A poster of Starz TV series "Outlander." Starring Caitriona Balfe as Claire and Sam Heughan as Jamie Fraser. Outlander/ Facebook

The soundtrack of “Outlander” season 3 will be released soon, composer Bear McCreary announced on Twitter. McCreary also shared some notes he made for the first season and the “vital” changes that executive producer Ronald D. Moore made at that time.

“You won’t need to travel forward through time very far to experience this!” McCreary wrote on Twitter along with a poster of the season 3 soundtrack (see below). The composer didn’t announce an exact release date.

Online retail giants like Amazon do not have the soundtrack on offer or preorder as of writing. The item may on sale as soon as an announcement of the release is made.

In another post, McCreary shared pictures of notes from the time he was working on the music of season 1 (see below). The original Sky Boat Song for the TV series had references to a male character, with words like lad instead of lass. Corrections were later made to these lyrics.

Along with the lyrics of the song is a sketch of a female warrior with a sword in hand. The sketch was apparently made by composer Raya Yarbrough, who has been tagged in the tweet.

While making a list of themes for different characters and situations, Moore had observations for the main track. The producer appears to have wanted Jamie’s (Sam Heughan) and Claire’s (Caitriona Balfe) respective melodies to combine as the main theme of the series.

While fans wait for the “Outlander” season 3 soundtrack to be released, the DVD is already available for purchase. The cast and crew are currently on a break, and they are expected to return soon to continue filming for season 4.

Credit: Bear McCreary/ Twitter