korrascope:

korrasane:

Hi guys! So a couple of Avatar/Korra-related sites teamed up and recently did an interview with the insanely-talented Jeremy Zuckerman. 

He even mentioned a couple of tidbits about Book 3 and the possibility of an ATLA/LoK (Book 2) soundtrack. 

It’s definitely worth the listen! Check it out here

Keval even asked the question we’re all dying to know: When will Book 3 come out? 

Noteworthy tidbits: 

  • The possibility of an ATLA soundtrack is still up in the air. Viacom (Nick) hasn’t rejected the idea yet, so it’s still possible. The same goes for a Book 2 soundtrack. (The the Book 1 soundtrack didn’t sell as well as the Nick executives had hoped, so I wouldn’t get my hopes up. Jeremy said the online petitions help, but they’re not enough.) 
  • Bolin will get an official theme song in Book 3. There’s something interesting the creators have in store for him. 
  • The music gets more intense in Book 3 (this definitely goes along with what Mike and Bryan said about the book being more “gritty” and “emotional”). Jeremy said there’s somewhat of a “harmonic” tinge to it.
  • With regards to the release date… Jeremy said they have a lot of material ready to go and that they’re in “good shape”. He said they’re shouldn’t be “any long gaps or anything”… unless Viacom decides to do “something weird”. They have NOT decided on a release date as of yet.
  • Mike, Bryan, Jeremy, and the production team plan on moving RIGHT INTO Book 4 after they finish the last stages of production for Book 3! They just have a couple of things left to tweak! 

    What does this mean for us? Less of a wait time for Book 4! Yippee!

There are some other interesting pieces of information but I definitely recommend a listen! My own best guess for the release date would be late summer, early fall (August/September at the latest). 

Thanks for the synopsis!  

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korrascope:

So we’ve started out this series by interviewing composer Jeremy Zuckerman, the insanely talented musician behind The Legend of Korra’s score. Having composed the music for Nickelodeon’s Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness and infamously Avatar: The Last Airbender, Jeremy has received great praise for his inventive and dynamic integration of Asian-style instruments with more traditional cinematic scores and of course a sprinkling of dixieland!

In this interview we pose questions submitted by you guys to Jeremy, who gives detailed answers on topics such as Book 2, the possibility of future album releases, and even what to expect from Book 3. In addition he provides great insights on the joys and hurtles of composing for TV and some wonderful stories that shine light on the production process and his other work.


Important Links:

“A Leading Man” upcoming screenings - http://bit.ly/1lrjwTx
Jeremy’s crazy guitar skills - http://bit.ly/1jqSlTj
Jeremy’s Reddit AMA (Q&A) - http://bit.ly/1mpGEiq

Hosts: 

Andrew from the forum/fan community - Avatar Legends 
Sean from the YouTube web series - Korracast
Keval from the news site/blog - TLOKonline 

Additional thanks to Madeleine(Ms9222) and Zephyr for recording and editing this episode.

KorraScope is a collaborative project between Avatar Legends, Korracast, and TLOKonline aimed at interviewing the talented folks behind the Legend of Korra. Questions are gathered from each of our followings and posed to the interviewees in a podcast styled series.

Follow us on Tumblr to hear about upcoming episodes and check out any of our sites/communities where you can submit questions for future interviews.

korrascope:

So we’ve started out this series by interviewing composer Jeremy Zuckerman, the insanely talented musician behind The Legend of Korra’s score. Having composed the music for Nickelodeon’s Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness and infamously Avatar: The Last Airbender, Jeremy has received great praise for his inventive and dynamic integration of Asian-style instruments with more traditional cinematic scores and of course a sprinkling of dixieland!

In this interview we pose questions submitted by you guys to Jeremy, who gives detailed answers on topics such as Book 2, the possibility of future album releases, and even what to expect from Book 3. In addition he provides great insights on the joys and hurtles of composing for TV and some wonderful stories that shine light on the production process and his other work.


Important Links:

“A Leading Man” upcoming screenings - http://bit.ly/1lrjwTx
Jeremy’s crazy guitar skills - http://bit.ly/1jqSlTj
Jeremy’s Reddit AMA (Q&A) - http://bit.ly/1mpGEiq

Hosts: 

Andrew from the forum/fan community - Avatar Legends 
Sean from the YouTube web series - Korracast
Keval from the news site/blog - TLOKonline 

Additional thanks to Madeleine(Ms9222) and Zephyr for recording and editing this episode.

KorraScope is a collaborative project between Avatar Legends, Korracast, and TLOKonline aimed at interviewing the talented folks behind the Legend of Korra. Questions are gathered from each of our followings and posed to the interviewees in a podcast styled series.

Follow us on Tumblr to hear about upcoming episodes and check out any of our sites/communities where you can submit questions for future interviews.

korracast:

It’s egg day guys! We did it! 

korracast:

It’s egg day guys! We did it! 

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!