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Cory Kaseman

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  • Birthday 09/02/1984

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  1. There is no one local to Green Bay, but there are a handful of people, including myself, who work out of Milwaukee, which is about 1.5-2 hours away, and Madison, which is about 2.5 hours. Unfortunately, I'm not available on the 10th, but if you have your contact get in touch with me, I can recommend some people. cory@kasemanproductions.com
  2. Like most similar sites, it depends entirely on your market. I get an average of 8-10 days a year from my free productionhub listing.
  3. So, I bought a set of Soshine 600MAh batteries about a year ago and forgot to review them for you guys. Out of 8 batteries I ordered, 2 were DOA, and 1 only held about 50% charge. The other 5 power my UM400s for about 6:30-6:45, and have done so consistently for as long as I've had them. I like their look and their run time, but their quality control makes me nervous. If only 70% of the batteries you buy even work, then you may as well go with an established brand. Maybe I just have bad luck.
  4. I purchased and downloaded it from the App Store 2 days ago, so I doubt I have an old version...
  5. Just finished my first day using the iOS version of this app on an indie feature. I like it a lot, but I left my phone sit for about an hour between set ups and when I came back, I'd lost about 2-3 hours worth of info. I managed to fix it over lunch, but it was definitely a pain. It's an issue I hope can be addressed.
  6. I'm available if the rate is right. Based in waukesha. Cory Kaseman 480-734-6405
  7. Thank you for the kind words, and thank you as well to everyone who has contacted me privately. It's nice to know that, even though our business can be cutthroat at times, we can still take measures to support each other.
  8. Hello, fellow sound people. I know that we all have our issues with work in these tough economic times, and I hate to be one more hat thrown in to the ring, but my family has fallen on hard times and I am hoping that some of my peers may be able to help me find work. My fiance has been out of work for the past several months due to health issues, and because of a technicality does not qualify either for unemployment or disability. Work is slow, we have exhausted our savings, medical bills are mounting, and I am at the point where I simply can no longer support my family. For the moment, I'm looking for a steady job outside of our industry, but I am hoping to find a way to avoid giving up the career that I love. I am unable to relocate, but I can and will travel anywhere in the world for work, aside from countries where people are actively trying to kill US citizens... I am an ENG/bag guy, with experience in documentary, corporate, run and gun, and some reality. I'm experienced with Sound Devices gear, including 788T, but I've never used anything Zaxcom. I'm willing to learn. I currently have a 552 package with Lectro 400 series and Schoeps boom mic. I am willing to use provided gear if the pay is fair. I am willing to take work as a mixer, boom op, or utility tech. My "film" experience is limited mostly to extremely low budget indie stuff, but I am familiar with set protocol and know my way around a shoot. I mainly do local corporate/commercial stuff, but I've worked on shows for SPEED, Discovery/Science, OWN, CSPAN and PBS. I am a member of IATSE Local 18. I'm based in SE Wisconsin and will travel anywhere for the right gig, even if it's on my own dime. Please don't take this the wrong way. The LAST thing I want to do is step on any toes. I don't want to take any work away from a local, and I will only accept gigs that pay fair, standard rates. I may be literally desperate, but I refuse to hurt anyone else's business in order to help myself. I'd rather work at Walmart than compromise like that. If anyone can help, please contact me via PM here, or email me at cory@oegmusic.com. I can be reached by phone at 480-734-6405. Thank you for reading.
  9. If anyone else is interested in these Soshine 600mAh batteries, I've found some for considerably cheaper than any of the eBay sellers, with free shipping to the US. $23.75 per set of 2 batteries + charger, instead of upwards of $30. http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Fast-Shipping-2pcs-Soshine-9V-600mAh-Lithium-ion-Li-ion-Rechargeable-Battery-Charger/113800_668591736.html I'm about to order 4 sets and I'll let everyone know my experience with the seller/website.
  10. The worst possible thing is when you make a mistake without realizing you've made a mistake, and no one bothers to tell you! I had this happen to me several times when I was just starting out and still learning the trade. I think it severely hindered my early development as a mixer. I nearly always ask for feedback after a gig, now. I like to know when I fuck something up, so I can quit doing it.
  11. Hi all I live in and work in the Milwaukee/Madison area but over the winter will be spending a significant amount of time in Minneapolis for family reasons. I'd like to try and find some work while I'm there, if possible. So if any locals know of something that they aren't able to take on for whatever reason, please do let me know. I don't want to horn in on anyone's business or anything, but I'd love to pick up the (fairly-paid) scraps so long as I'm in town anyhow. Loads of corporate, sit-down, doc/run and gun experience. 552, Lectros, Schoeps and Sennheiser booms. PM me here, or email or call Cory Kaseman: cory@oegmusic.com 480.734.6405 Thanks for reading!
  12. Yep, seems like a transmitter power problem. Today it turned off for about a minute an I couldn't power it back on. Using an energizer advanced lithium disposable battery. Going to try an energizer max and see how that works, but it seems like it might be an issue with the tx. Thanks, everyone!
  13. The left channel was my boom. I don't have any audio editor installed on this computer, so I couldn't split the channels. I've had this issue with both a brand new cos11 and a brand new b6, so I don't think it's the mic, especially considering that I spent quite a bit of time tugging the cables and connectors in an attempt to repeat the noise, but didn't have any luck. And I don't think it's the mixer, since I've had the problem on different channels, while the mixer was plugged in, on battery, with and without a boom plugged in, etc. I guess I have to call Lectro? Thanks for the advice, so far. If anyone else has any ideas, I'd love to know!
  14. Okay, so, all I get is "Error No file was selected for upload" after trying about 8 times. So, here's a dropbox link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/36438169/12Y06M05-001.WAV
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