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Chase Yeremian

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About Chase Yeremian

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  • Birthday April 25

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    http://www.SkaldAudio.com

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    Los Angeles
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    I am a California Native (Bay Area) that has been around the Pro Audio industry my entire life. My Grandfather Owned and operated a music store called "Tempo Music" In Alameda, CA. for decades. My Dad worked(s) in the Pro Audio component industry. I have basically been around Sound recording and reinforcement gear my whole life. I Decided I wanted to pursue a career basically recording sounds - I didn't care if it was anything from people talking, to gunshots and explosions. I went to school to learn the technical aspects of recording, acoustics, etc... And continue to learn everyday through real-world experiences while doing what I love.

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  1. I've posted my setup a number of times in the past. But I feel it's worth sharing for those who haven't seen it. IT is not the smallest, or lightest battery solution, I admit. But I'll be damned if you find a better price/performance ratio for this setup. I have been using it for over 2 years with 0 issues. Paul C buff vagabond lithium ion battery, 130 wh http://www.paulcbuff.com/vmb88a.php $90! Charger is under $30! http://www.paulcbuff.com/vmc3a.php Fits well in the back pocket of my orca or-32 with my nomad. Will run nomad, 2 qrx100's continuously for over 12 hours. If you power up/down responsibly I've gone 2 full days on one charge. Charges to 16.4v and runs nomad until about 11.5. I run it through a bdsv4u. And you can still take them onto the plane! Have fun, Chase Yeremian
  2. All i can say is my Powerex batteries after a year of use or so, no longer can boot my trx900LA unless i take them directly off the charger (sometimes they still wont) I use the Powerex in the ERX2 now, easily last 10+ hours on continuous use. In my TRX I now use the black Eneloops. They are substantially better then the powerex in my experience for this purpose.
  3. I was looking for more opinions for headphones and thought this video made a pretty good case for the MDR 7506's. Do you think he gave them an pretty accurate description?
  4. Hello everyone! I need to rent an additional Zaxcom ERX in Oaklahoma City for the next 3 weeks. If you know of anyone locally who wants to rent one please let me know! Thank you, Chase Yeremian
  5. Good evening! I have had the pleasure of beta testing a new microphone from Hasbro. Attached is the first look at this exceptional new microphone.
  6. Hey everyone, thanks for your input! I had talked to production about it and I am going to have it replaced with a new one regardless if it seems to work or not. Its not worth the potential time bomb ticking within. And i'm pretty sure the rule "if you don't use it, you lose it" applies to insurance, and we all must follow the rules! Either way, I will update you Monday when I attempt to power it on as to what happens. Thanks, Chase
  7. Greetings! So one of my TRX900LA transmitters fell into the toilet. It went full submersion for 5 seconds or so (according to the story). It was powered off when it happened, had battteries removed immediately after, and was placed in a tupperwear filled with rice shortly after. A few questions for the more experienced in this situation. I have had a G2 take a full dunk and the rice fix ended up fixing the issue. In this case, it is still in the rice and will be for at least 48 hours until Monday when I return to set. In the case it turns on and seems to work, should I ask production to cover the cost to send it in to have it looked at by the mothership? Or should I fight to have it replaced? My worry is down the road something was damaged that is not immediately apparent and the unit will breakdown sooner than it otherwise would have had it not taken a dunk. obviously if it doesn't work come Monday, I will ask to have it replaced. Just looking for personal experiences and opinions. Have a great weekend! Chase
  8. Thanks for the input. Just to clarify, the purpose of the live show is for filming and not for the actual performance, so sound quality of the PA is only important to the point of being playback, but the recording will be the important part. So acoustics and the sound of the band to the attendees is not of any real importance.
  9. Hi all, I have a project coming up that is similar to a late night show with a live band. We are in need of a dedicated Live Sound engineer w/ PA equipment for a up to two days in LA (January 30/31 2015). The show will take place in a Loft in Los Angeles. There will need to be appropriate equipment to mic/mix/playback a (up to) 5 person rock band 2 GTR, Bass, Drums, Vocalist. Ability to either send a stereo mix for recording, or record a stereo mix yourself is required. The rock bands live performance will be recorded and used in the show, I will be handling the production sound equipment and services. Please send me a PM with questions/rates. Thanks, Chase Y
  10. Hey everyone! I'm tired of Turbo Tax and I am looking for a CPA or tax professional that specializes in working with people in our industry. If you don't want to keep them a secret, do share! LA area is preferred! Thanks, Chase
  11. For reference if i output tone at -20 from Nomad, I set my ERX to 4dB fixed gain on the red epic, and the epic level is at -30 (Which is the lowest). That gives me proper levels on the red.
  12. Thanks, haven't been in years! It's too close to miss it this year, no excuses!
  13. You can actually use a threaded 1/8" jack on the ERX and it will screw on, I do it all the time!
  14. If it was me, based on the information you gave. I would bring a DAW (Pro tools, audacity, or just about any NLE DAW) and have a TC audio track at the proper framerate (you will need to request this). Line up 01:00:00:00 with the beginning of the song so that any time you playback the song, the relative TC will playback on a seperate track. I would send the TC track to a transmitter (Or via cable preferably) to the motion control system. You may want to ask for a earlier call to do workflow tests. You probably don't know, what exactly that motion control device needs to see from a TC output to work properly i.e. what level the TC needs to be at. This also allows you to chop up the song into verse chorus etc (while cutting up the TC track in the same spots) to allow you to easily cue up certain segments of the song. Usually you would get these points ahead of time, but it is very fast and easy to do it in a DAW on the spot. Good luck.
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