Ramon Covalo

First Country

United Kingdom

First Date

August 18, 2007

Latest Country

Some Countries that had not been canceled yet.

Latest Date


Ramon Covalo is a composer whose music has been used on many variants of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, including the 2007 music from the British version, replacing the original Strachan cues, and the music used on most versions of Hot Seat.


  • It has been played in the UK for the Series 22-30.
    • But, the £500,000 and £1,000,000 questions of it were not played since nobody answered the £250,000 question right; the highest amount of money that any contestant has won since the adoption of the Covalo soundtrack is £150,000. However, they did played them in other countries.
  • There's two differences of the £2,000, £5,000, £10,000, and £20,000 questions.
  • It has not been played in the U.S., instead they has been playing Jeff Lippencott and Mark T. Williams cues in Seasons 9-present and Questions 1-5 music in Seasons 14-present.
  • It's cues have been played in the video game Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Special Editions.
    • The £500-£1,000 question music were played on the questions 1-5, but, only the £2,000 question music was played on questions 6-15. Also, the £1,000 win cue was played for winning 1,000 and for winning 32,000.
  • Unlike Keith & Matthew Strachan musics, Ramon Covalo had a Bonus question cue abonus question music played. It was only played for Australia’s $5,000,000 question, on Colombia’s $300.000.000 question, and sometimes on Poland’s 2,000 złoty question. Also for now, it was played on India (Hindi)’s 7 Crore rupee question in Season 9 revealed on October 3, 2017 on Anamika Majumdar’s 7 Crore question.