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  1. Hello esteemed fellow sound peeps, I have a question about tradition. That question is: Who's supposed to ring the bell? Just like how it's supposed to be the key PA who quiets the set, yet nowadays it's us who have to work with locations - is this another thing production is supposed to deal with? The mentality is that I show up to record sound, and nowhere in my job description is quieting the set, so it would seem ringing the bell would be a courtesy, a favor, and not actually part of the job. I feel like I asked this same question years ago so if that's true, apologies! Dan Izen
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