Los Angeles–based custom music and sound design company The Hit House has released two new albums, Re:Action Rise and Re:Action Drones, the latest releases from The Hit House’s Re:Action production library series. Both were created and produced by composers Scott Lee Miller, Dan Diaz, William Hunt and Martyn Corbet.
Re:Action Rise contains a collection of continuously building music cues designed for film, videogame, and commercial advertising. Re:Action Drones features richly creative and expansive sound beds, each one available in all musical keys. Track titles include “Propellant,” “Hyperbolic,” “Thruster,” “Propulsion,” Countdown,” “Combustion,” “Launch” and “Ejection.”
According to Sally House, executive producer and co-founder of The Hit House, numerous tracks from recent Re:Action albums have been successfully placed within high-profile action, comedy and animated movie trailers, as well as many commercials. These placements have included The Jungle Book, The Finest Hours, Gods of Egypt, Patient Zero, Grimsby, The Peanuts Movie, Fantastic Four, and The Road Chip, as well as commercials for Jaguar, Comcast and Lexus.
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