Music in video games is one of the most under-appreciated portions of gaming. The right song, the right sound effect, even the right utterance, can elevate a game to another level. Bethesda, in their upcoming The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, pulled out all the stops, ranging from seventy plus actors to a song that rhymes both in dragon and english to the Elder Scrolls theme song. Has your mind exploded yet? Check out Bethesda in their most recent developer diary explaining "The Sound of Skyrim." If the Skyrim music is to your liking then head over to DirectSong, who is currently taking pre-orders for Skyrim's four-disc soundtrack. The album will retail for $29.99 and, if you buy it from now until December 23, the CD will be autographed by creator, Jeremy Soule, who also has done compositions for Knights of the Old Republic, Guild Wars, Oblivion and Morrowind, and the Harry Potter video games series.The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will be hitting stores on November 11, 2011.