Collections of Scotty’s Work
These are examples of Scotty’s work as a record producer.
Scotty’s Film, TV & Game music examples that are on the smaller, lighter side.
These excerpts are examples of Scotty’s FIlm, TV, and Video Game scoring with more of a modern vibe.
This collection includes examples of Scotty’s Film, TV, and Video Game scoring with a more traditional orchestral approach.
Examples of Scotty’s music created for Children’s Films, TV Shows, or Video Games
This is a collection of misc. music, originals, etc.
The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) recently announced it’s list of Notable Children’s Recording for 2018. Among the list was a Scholastic film who’s musical score was composed and produced by Scotty – “Leo: A Ghost Story”. Here’s what the ALSC had to say: Leo: A Ghost Story. By Mac Barnett. Weston Woods, […]
Nanette’s Baguette, the animated short film by Mo Willems, is the most recent to have Scotty’s musical score and is his 49th Scholastic film to compose for.
It’s been a while since I posted to the website. Truthfully, it’s been a busy year. The Jake Owen tour was super fun, the schedule was quite full, and then there was Vegas. The Hell Yeah Horns were pretty busy outside of the Jake tour, recording and performing with artists like Ce Ce Winans, Smithfield, […]
This charming story about a ghost boy who is forces from his home and explores the world is Scotty’s 48th project for Scholastic.
A little something about Scotty… in case you were wondering…
To refer to Scotty Huff as “Maestro” would not be out of character. He is a respected and in-demand multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, music director, record producer, film composer, songwriter, arranger, and artist development consultant. A “musicians musician” if you will. Based in Nashville, Scotty’s breadth of experience and talent make him a force to be reckoned with in all genres of the music industry. Born the son of professional musicians, Scotty’s entire life has been immersed in music. He draws on that lifetime of experience and skill and injects it all into his various projects.
His early career shaped his diverse skill set via various jazz ensembles, salsa bands, orchestras, brass quintets, rock bands, country bands, and other groups. After moving to Nashville in 1997, Scotty found himself touring, performing, and recording with artists including Keith Urban, Natalie Cole, The Mavericks, Jake Owen, and Toby Keith. His abilities are further highlighted in his film score compositions, including the over 40 films scores he has composed and produced for Scholastic. As a producer, Scotty uses his broad skill set to break his projects out of the cookie-cutter mold so often found in the music industry. And Scotty is passionate about using his skills and experience toward helping artists with their creative efforts as a mentor.