The Guardian Interviews the Makers of the Red Dead Redemption Soundtrack
Red Dead Redemption's dynamic score seamlessly evolves to mirror the events taking place in the world around you. But exactly how was over 14 hours of brand new music boiled down into the evocative arrangements you hear in-game?
Soundtrack composers Bill Elm and Woody Jackson explain it all in detail over at The Guardian, revealing the recording process and the unique lengths they went to find the right sounds: "I even used a heart beat," explains Woody Jackson. "We were having a baby girl and I recorded the heart beat and used that as a drum beat. I thought that would be kind of different. The people at the hospital thought I was crazy."
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