Comments: 858 • Responses: 41 • Date: 2013-07-16 19:07:35 UTC
jeremyzuckerman1231 karma2013-07-16 19:35:16 UTC
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jeremyzuckerman882 karma2013-07-16 19:43:10 UTC
i totally cried
jeremyzuckerman874 karma2013-07-16 19:29:25 UTC
yes, if the LOK soundtrack sells well there is a much better chance of the A:TLA soundtrack being released. but everyone will have to patient as it will take a ton of work. we'll have to resurrect all the old sessions which were composed on old computers with obsolete software! would want to re-record some things, too. it will be a big project but i REALLY hope it happens.
jeremyzuckerman300 karma2013-07-16 19:16:58 UTC
I'm kinda partial to 'hardboiled...afraid'. it's very simple but hits me in the feels. lots of room for the erhu in that one. also fond of the end credits and korra's theme
jeremyzuckerman232 karma2013-07-16 19:34:56 UTC
wow that's hard. i'll stick to A:TLA since i sort of answered this re LOK above. i really am proud of the whole finale score. that was my best work IMO though i'm sure many of you guys have other faves (which is so interesting). 'peace' is probably the most cohesive piece of music (it's been performed a couple times by HS orchestras). really like the blue spirit and tsungi horn stuff, too. but i know there are cues i'm forgetting about now. so much music has been written since then.
jeremyzuckerman201 karma2013-07-16 19:43:52 UTC
i get about 4-5 days. i always want more!
jeremyzuckerman166 karma2013-07-16 20:31:25 UTC
hey guys! so good to talk to you. it's been a blast. gotta go back to work now. sorry i couldn't answer everyone but i'll check in a bit over the next day or two and try to answer as time allows.
now, um...go buy this!
http://www.amazon.com/The-Legend-Korra-Original-Music/dp/B00D6I7EMU/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1374006615&sr=8-1&keywords=the+legend+of+korra+original or on iTunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/legend-korra-original-music/id666000012
jeremyzuckerman117 karma2013-07-16 19:22:00 UTC
first, thanks for the kind words! ...to be honest, i'm finally getting into film composers. i listen more to weird, esoteric stuff (takemitsu - who did also do film - berio, trevor wishart) and ravel is one of my faves. i really enjoy composers who look at more than pitches and rhythm. people who approach composition from a sonic POV. thinking about texture, gesture, etc. i think that informs me. in the beginning, it was harder to not be coming from the scoring world but i think it has become sort of an advantage.
jeremyzuckerman113 karma2013-07-16 20:12:53 UTC
thanks! the piece you're talking about is 'the last agni kai'. we knew we wanted to support the sadness in that fight rather than the action. at the mix, as an experiment we filtered down the sound design and put it way behind the music. that was really effective and i think a big part of why the cue works so well in that context.
jeremyzuckerman91 karma2013-07-16 19:27:16 UTC
i sort of answered this earlier but i should add so i don't paint myself as a total nerd. i like sigur ros, bjork, the national, acey alone, meshuggah, miles davis, coltrane, antibalas, radiohead, james brown, etc... new composers i like: nico muhly, john luther adams, bear mccreary, austin wintry... hard to remember them all right now. unfortunately i don't get a lot of time to listen to music. :(
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