The folks over at Zelda Reorchestrated held another live Q&A today, in which they answered questions about Twilight Symphony, the Symphony of the Goddesses tour, and Zelda music in general.
The live webcast mainly tied up loose ends about where the Twilight Symphony project currently stands, namely that the choir recordings will be held in less than two weeks. The team still doesn’t have an official release date, but they will be using this summer to finalize the tracks.
But the most interesting bit of news, at least for those eagerly waiting to listen to the final product, was the information the team revealed concerning distribution.
According to ZREO:
Twilight Symphony will be a licensed album: We’re teaming up with Joypad Records to fully license this album. Joypad Records is an independent San Francisco–based label that provides copyright clearance, digital distribution, and royalty reporting for video game music covers. As a label, their goal is to make it as easy as possible for musicians to get their music out to the world without having to worry about the legal complications of selling and streaming their music. Joypad will be helping us make this album available in the iTunes store, as well as other not-yet-announced online distributors so that obtaining your copy of Twilight Symphony is as easy as possible.
While physical copies of the album will exist, they have been reserved by a select few who donated to the project through Kickstarter.
For a full run-down of the main details from the Q&A session, make sure to hit up the source link.