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sound·man

 (sound′măn′)
n.
One in charge of recording, transmitting, or amplifying sound or of producing sound effects, as for a television or radio broadcast.

soundman

(ˈsaʊndmən)
n, pl -men
a sound recorder in a television crew
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Noun1.soundman - a technician in charge of amplifying sound or producing sound effects (as for a TV or radio broadcast)
technician - someone whose occupation involves training in a specific technical process
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