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Trailer Houses


United States 

Aspect Ratio Inc., Los Angeles, CA 

AV Squad Inc., Los Angeles, CA 

Buddha Jones, Los Angeles, CA 

CARVE, Los Angeles, CA 

The Hit House, LLC, Torrance, CA

Ignition Creative, Los Angeles, CA 

Industry Creative, Los Angeles, CA 

Jump Cut Creative, New York, NY 

Mark Woollen & Associates, Santa Monica, CA 

Mob Scene, Beverly Hills, CA 

MOcean, Los Angeles, CA 

Trailer Park, Inc., Los Angeles, CA 

TRANSIT, Santa Monica, CA 

Vibe Creative, Los Angeles, CA 



Agency 71 Productions Inc., Toronto, ON 

Chopper Pictures Inc., Toronto, ON 

Goldtooth Creative, Vancouver, BC 

REZ, Montreal, QC 

Traction Creative, Vancouver, BC 




Music Production Houses


United States

Audio Machine, Santa Monica, CA 

Brand X Music, Los Angeles, CA 

The Cutting Edge Group, Los Angeles, CA 

Digital Assassin Music, Los Angeles, CA 

Evolution Music Partners, Canyon Lake, CA 

Extreme Music, Los Angeles, CA 

Immediate Music, Santa Monica, CA  

Megatrax Production Music, Los Angeles, CA 

Music Junkies, Inc., Los Angeles, CA

Nick Murray Music, Los Angeles, CA

Ninja Tracks, Los Angeles, CA

Universal Music Publishing, Santa Monica, CAX-Ray Dog Music, Los Angeles, CA 



X-It Music, Victoria, BC 

Dream Machine, Toronto, ON 

Audio Network Canada, Whitby, ON 

Third Side Music, Montreal, QC 



Eon Sounds, Berlin, Germany


Fan Websites, at, at http://uk.filmtrailer.comiTunes Movie Trailers, at  

Movie Trailers 101 - 

Movie Trailer Music, at, at 

Trailer Addict, at 

Trailer Music News, at, at 

Trailers – IMDB, at