Ever wonder what it took to make the music for Red Dead Redemption? Well Rockstar has released a video for those of you that might have that burning question. Below you will find the video and beyond that you will see a little about the authenticity the composers added to the music by using traditional period instruments.
Today we’re happy to offer a behind the scenes look into the making of the music of Red Dead Redemption. Using traditional period instruments, a wide range of talented artists set about to make the dynamic and beautiful score behind this year’s most ambitious title. Composers Bill Elm and Woody Jackson divulge their secrets for bringing the Western flavor to the 21st century and unveil their extensive research to hit the perfect note. Tommy Morgan, a 60 year veteran of Western movies and television shows, showcased his legendary harmonica talents to bring another level of authenticity to the score. With the right combination of the latest technology and musical talents, the Red Dead Redemption score perfectly complements the action of the game.
Nice job on letting us in on the one part of the game that not many people think about.