My name is Corey
Nolet and I perform sound engineering and music composition
services for various multimedia applications under the name of Kaleidoscopic
Audio Solutions. I began in the industry writing music for films
and video games and have since spread to a plethora of different
skills and specialties.
of my life I have been fascinated with sound and music. Having talented
parents that raised me around the art forms and always instilled
in me the values associated with it, I have really come to know
the timeless impact that both sound and music have in cultures of
Aside from just playing multiple instruments and recording every
chance I could, I also made a full-fledged learning course for myself
in audio production and music composition. I would (and still do)
read as much as I could and practice the preachings of some the
most innovative musicians and engineers of our time. This has helped
set me apart from competitors as I know the underlying aspects,
principles, and properties of analog/digital audio and the means
by which music is constructed. To me, a clean precise sound isn't
just important, it's necessary.
This is me running the Open Mic Night at Anne Arundel
My core goals are to make sure the work is done to your standards
and to make sure it is done in a timely manner. Through solid e-mail
/ telephone communication and the ability to upload both rough and
finished products onto a private server for easy access 24/7 downloading,
working overseas or long distances has become ever easier.
try and work with budgets both large and small!
July 2007 - Second place in Hidden Agenda stealth learning video
Five finalists were chosen (around the whole nation) to
compete in Austin, TX for $25,000. My team competed as finalists
and received second place. The contest was judged by the CEO of
NCSoft (a large video game manufacturer in the United States). I
did the sound design, sound effects, and music for this project.
I work with digital audio gear on both the mobile and stationary
rigs. I sport multiple keyboards and guitars as well as soft synthesizers
to get the perfect sound and accent for any use. I use drum machines,
live drums, and various percussions. My DAW multitrack sequencers
of choice are Cubase SX, Logic, and Protools but I have extensive
knowledge of just about every one on the current market. I use various
audio editors so I can get into the sound on the micro-level and
perform a little surgery when necessary. I've got monitors of various
shapes, sizes, and qualities to ensure that the sound I mix is accurate
and will not show any surprises or flaws.
I mix in both stereo and 5.1 channel surround sound!