korranews:

Welcome to Republic City and A Leaf in the Wind premiered on TV two years ago today, starting the era of The Legend of Korra. Happy anniversary Team Avatar!

victoriavitti:

The Audire Soundtrack Choir, along with a guest recording by Dante Basco, recorded this arrangement of Avatar: The Last Airbender and Legend of Korra music!

korranews:

Nickelodeon has just made The Boy in the Iceberg available for free on iTunes in Canada, download here: http://oak.ctx.ly/r/wm0l.

Enjoy, Canadian benders!

bryankonietzko:

In color correction suites they have these cool scopes and mini monitors that look like something you’d find in a vintage submarine. Usually the patterns that appear on them are indiscernible, but if an image of a face is particularly clear and contrasty a ghostly visage will emerge. Here is such an image appearing in the RGB parade on the waveform monitor of the Book 3 villain.

bryankonietzko:

In color correction suites they have these cool scopes and mini monitors that look like something you’d find in a vintage submarine. Usually the patterns that appear on them are indiscernible, but if an image of a face is particularly clear and contrasty a ghostly visage will emerge. Here is such an image appearing in the RGB parade on the waveform monitor of the Book 3 villain.

avatarlegends:

In collaboration with Korracast and TLOKonline, we are launching a podcast series called KorraScope to interview individuals involved in the production of the Legend of Korra.  Our first interviewee is the insanely talented Jeremy Zuckerman, composer of both LoK and AtLA.
We will be asking questions submitted by you guys, so feel free to reply with one below.  The deadline for questions is Friday, so no need to rush.  
Korracast and TLOKonline will also be accepting questions this week so if you like you can submit your questions to them as well.
Thanks in advance!
P.S. You can follow KorraScope on our brand new (very much still under construction) Tumblr page where we will be posting future episodes.  

Last day to submit a question.  Between the three of us we have received over 100 questions from our various social media outlets, but don’t think that hurts your chances if you still want to post a question.  To clarify all individuals will be given credit for their questions at the interview, we ain’t just gonna steal them ;).

avatarlegends:

In collaboration with Korracast and TLOKonline, we are launching a podcast series called KorraScope to interview individuals involved in the production of the Legend of Korra.  Our first interviewee is the insanely talented Jeremy Zuckerman, composer of both LoK and AtLA.

We will be asking questions submitted by you guys, so feel free to reply with one below.  The deadline for questions is Friday, so no need to rush.  

Korracast and TLOKonline will also be accepting questions this week so if you like you can submit your questions to them as well.

Thanks in advance!

P.S. You can follow KorraScope on our brand new (very much still under constructionTumblr page where we will be posting future episodes.  

Last day to submit a question.  Between the three of us we have received over 100 questions from our various social media outlets, but don’t think that hurts your chances if you still want to post a question.  To clarify all individuals will be given credit for their questions at the interview, we ain’t just gonna steal them ;).

Composer Jeremy Zuckerman just posted this gem from Book 2 on his Facebook page.

Remember we are interviewing Jeremy the end of next week so leave any questions you have as a reply below, and you might just hear it asked on KorraScope’s premiere episode.