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Page 16 of 51 15 POST MARCH 2016 SOUND DOGS RELEASES 17 NEW COLLECTIONS MARINA DEL REY, CA — The team from has released 17 new sound effects collections. The company's new The Combo Collection contains 10,000 gener- al SFX and sets, featuring sound design, sports, military, fire, sci-fi, audience reactions, weather, back- grounds, and three series of cars that include rare models. In late 2014, acquired the massive Todd-AO and Soundelux libraries, consisting of a comprehensive level of audio exper- tise and service in sound editorial, sound supervision, and sound design for more than 60 years. Having worked with Hollywood's leading motion picture and TV studios, Soundelux and Todd-AO earned 23 Academy Awards, five BAFTAs, 35 Emmys and numerous CAS wins. "The Soundelux library has been the core of Soundelux's success with many years of de- tailed effort going into building it from countless recordings made globally," says Soundelux co-founder Lon Bender. "We are very proud to have built such a wonderful resource." The Todd-AO/Soundelux SFX library is now available via hard drive or on the new Sounddogs Website THE HIT HOUSE CELEBRATES 10TH ANNIVERSARY LOS ANGELES — Ten years ago, South African Sally House, and her husband, South Hampton- born Scott Miller, joined forces in Los Angeles to establish a new custom music house. Today, The Hit House ( has firmly established itself as one of Los Angeles's preeminent suppliers of original music for major motion picture trailers, TV advertising com- mercials, and videogame marketing campaigns for the top movie studios, brands, and gaming publishers in the US. Among the most recent, high-profile projects featuring original music created and pro- duced by The Hit House are the upcoming Jungle Book 2016 as well as recent hits Creed, Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip, and Big Hero 6. Recent TV spots include work for HBO, Google, Netflix, PlayStation, Ubisoft, and Lexus. And videogame marketing campaigns in- clude Taichi Panda, starring UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey, and Sony PlayStation4's Bloodborne. MANHATTAN PRODUCTION MUSIC ESTABLISHES L.A. OFFICE NEW YORK CITY/LOS ANGELES — Based in New York City, Manhattan Production Music (www.mpmmusic. com), a provider of music for entertainment, broad- casting, advertising and multi-media clients, has estab- lished its first-ever Los Angeles office. Concurrently, the company has named Andrew Robbins as its new senior director of film/TV music. Based in MPM's new Los Angeles office, Robbins (pictured) will be responsible for utilizing his long-standing relationships within the entertainment, broadcasting and media industries to present and place MPM's extensive music and song catalogs within feature films, movie trailers, TV shows, TV promos, videogames, commercials and multi-media projects. "Andrew is a highly regarded and well-respected executive within our specialized universe of pro- duction music," says Norman Chesky, CEO/founder, Manhattan Production Music. "He has established hundreds of strong relationships with key producers, editors and music supervisors, and will surely become a key representative of our music catalog across all media platforms. We welcome him to the team." SOUND LIBRARIES

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