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The boom operator is responsible for controlling the boom microphone. Boom microphone placement is a key part in a successful shot. A boom operator must take into account the location and projection of any dialogue, frame position of the camera, lighting source and any unwanted noise sources.
The sound mixer is considered the department head, and is completely responsible for all aspects of production sound. This includes hiring boom operators and utility sound technicians, planning the technical setup, anticipating and discussing sound-related problems with the rest of the crew, and ordering and preparing the sound equipment to be used on the set.
The sound operator, or sound technician, is the person responsible for the overall production of all sound-related aspects in a theatrical performance. Duties include operating a mixing console, sound reinforcement system, coordinating sound effects and mixing microphones. The sound operator reports to the sound designer, stage manager, and technical director.
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