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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:38pm 29/07/10 | 2 Comments
"A lot of sessions are trying to serve a song," says percussionist Davey Chegwidden of working on the Red Dead Redemption soundtrack. "Whereas this is trying to come up with an emotion."

Rockstar today let loose even more post-release Red Dead propaganda, though this developer diary is likely going to get music aficionados very excited as we go behind the scenes for the music composed for Rockstar San Diego's epic Western opus, with an in-depth look at the myriad crazy instruments brought on board (some truly bizarre) along with the uber-talented peeps.

The best parts are watching harmonica legend Tommy Morgan. Check it out embedded below.




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BassMan
Posted 01:35pm 29/7/10
Awesome watch. The music was one of the best parts of the game IMO.
Hyperslide
Posted 09:41am 30/7/10
I'd so buy the soundtrack this is what made the game for me.
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