what dj are you following? love your Hard Driver video
I would add that, even on a small crew, the sound man can assist with tons of set-related stuff. I have no problem lugging sand bags, helping the electricians, moving a prop out of the way, anything that will allow the shoot to move faster provided I'm not stepping on any toes or crossing any union/job description boundaries. And provided I'm not overwhelmed with audio duties.
As far as I'm concerned, we're all fighting the same battles and on the same side. As I've often advised clients: just having an extra crewmember who's only concerned with audio will save you time and money in post. Making the poor camera operator responsible for sound is one more headache they don't need, and will often result in substandard audio.
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