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Yuki Kajiura Live vol.#14 ~25th Anniversary Special~ (June 30 – July 22, 2018)

sora

I eat sleep and breathe Yuki
On the topic of the spacecraft drama, I do wonder how long Kajiura has been considering this career move. Obviously we'll never really know, but I'd like to see if the decision to leave had anything to do with that period between 2011-2015 where everything sounded so samey.
 

sora

I eat sleep and breathe Yuki
1 year? That's pretty crazy that a new executive could end a 25 year relationship with one of the top earners at her agency
 

tsubasa

I have reached Yuki nirvana
The new executives entered last year so it was probably from that time and onwards. The samey sound was probably a combo of weird director requests and Kajiura's laziness / lack of inspiration.
plus ADD that cancelled SAO LA concert....
probably that added to the fire
 
^ We dont know whose fault that was. Kajiura had never done a show-specific concert so i guess it was spacecraft and aniplex who wanted it, not knowing that SAO isnt that popular in US as is in Japan.
 

Kagaribi no Hanabira

Yuki is lord of heaven and earth
^ I think it was a lack of ticket sales. To save face they blame it on visas. Well... no problem getting visas to go to LA for the Anime Event... Or any Anime event they guested at.
I don't know the truth either, but I've seen some other cases about visa issues. The problem isn't they didn't get the visa, but it's because they applied for a wrong type of visa that didn't allow them to perform or work or doing any business things. Some artists (or likely, their management companies) tried to apply only the visa for tourists just because it's easier or cheaper, but in some cases, they got caught. IIRC, there is a case that the artists applied a tourist visa, but the teams are fully equipped with stuff for filming....- -". If your company is too stingy or unprofessional, this may be another possibility....
 
1 year? That's pretty crazy that a new executive could end a 25 year relationship with one of the top earners at her agency
And that female executive replaced Yuki to name as producer in the movie :blood:
Take my answer with a pillar of salt, but some websites allege that she's not just some executive, but is the Crown Princess trying to stamp her authority.

But if she's still not looking for a new job, either she's that or she has some dirt.