Get to know the right boom and work processes. He is responsible for the entire sound recording, he designs the miking for each scene and adapts it from situation to situation. The sound engineer also oversees the technology and ensures a clean recording. Its challenge is also to identify and (more importantly) eliminate background noise as quickly as possible. He is also responsible for recording atmosphere and ambient noise. During sound recording on set, the sound engineer makes notes for post-production, noting whether the sound is original, noise, or atmosphere. In addition, the time code is noted to facilitate later synchronization of image and sound. Choosing the optimal acoustic environment for the recording is also the responsibility of the sound engineer. This means that he has to signal the rest of the film crew if, for example, the noise level on a street is too loud and you don't understand the language. Sometimes a bit of assertiveness will be required to find a good compromise. The angler holds the boom pole (rod) to which the microphone is attached. His challenge is to point the rod or the microphone at the protagonist in such a way that he can be heard clearly without the rod being visible in the picture. He must be familiar with the image section and know how the light was set so that no disturbing shadows appear in the image. Eye contact with the cameraman allows the latter to symbolize when the fishing rod is in the frame.