The Fallout: New Vegas soundtrack is a collection of ambient and orchestrated tracks composed by Inon Zur for Fallout: New Vegas , as well as previous tracks composed by Mark Morgan from the first two Fallouts and both original songs produced by the developers and licensed songs preformed by various artists. On January 31st, , Bethesda released the Fallout: New Vegas Official Game Soundtrack on iTunes for purchase which contains the orchestrated and ambient tracks composed by Inon Zur and the tracks produced by the developers, but doesn't feature the tracks composed by Mark Morgan or any of the licensed songs. The track listings in the credits do not accurately reflect the playlist for those stations.
The Fallout: New Vegas soundtrack contains three main elements:. Inon Zur reprised his role for composing the orchestral score. In comparison to Fallout 3 , Fallout: New Vegas went for a smaller scale using sound design synthesizers, The Lyris Quartet providing the strings and a few guitars. The result is "quite a twangy, a little Western, but a very twisted western sound. Regarding the period tracks: "the score for New Vegas is basically portraying more of the psychological place that we want the player to be and the songs are giving them more of the adventure of the era. In addition to 80 minutes of new score, Bethesda and Obsidian got the rights to integrate the previous scores from earlier Fallout games. Developer Joshua Sawyer contrasted the music choice of Fallout 3 as having a "goofy upbeatness" of the '30s and '40s, while New Vegas focused the crooner-style Rat-Pack-late '50s, as well as bluegrass and country music from the '40s to the '50s.
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