Sound Sample Clauses

Sound. No device producing sound which is audible off the premises shall be permitted except with the consent of County, which consent may be withdrawn at any time.
Sound. OPERATOR shall design, construct and operate the Facility in a reasonable manner such that sound emanating from the Facility, parking or related improvements shall not create a nuisance or annoyance to nearby homes. In this regard the CITY and OPERATOR realize that the placement of the Facility on the site is of primary importance. CITY reserves the right to impose by resolution of the City Council specific reasonable operational and/or sound level limitations on the operation of the Facility, including, but not limited to, restricting hours of operation of the Facility should any decibel sound emanating from the Facility exceed an average performance reading of 50 decibels as established by the current code of CITY, at the property line of any homeowner's property.
Sound. Community living requires that individuals and groups monitor their sound levels at all times out of courtesy and respect for other students and to promote an environment that is conducive to student success. During times not designated as quiet hours, residents and their guests must limit noise so as to reasonably avoid disturbing other residents. Residents are expected to comply with the requests of others to reduce noise levels at all times. During Quiet Hours, it is each resident’s responsibility to be certain that no noise can be heard outside of their room/suite or in neighboring rooms, halls, shared common spaces, or outside of the building.
Sound. ARTIST carries no sound equipment. PRESENTER must provide a first class sound system that includes:
Sound. Amplifiers and other sound generating equipment must be operated at levels that will not interfere with other exhibitors nor add unduly to the general acoustic discomfort.
Sound. Any audio devices must be used with reasonable levels that do not disturb people in the gallery and museum areas.
Sound. Each Snapshot can contain up to twelve Sound settings each represented by one of the twelve slots. To edit the Sound settings generated by the sound generators, click one of the twelve slots. For more information on editing Sound settings read chapter ↑8, Sound Page.
Sound. Good sound is so important for a good show!1. Paul runs the sound from his laptop, so it is CRITICAL that he be able to connect to your sound system from up on the stage. Please have a female XLR connection on the stage for Paul to plug his laptop into.2. Please provide a monitor speaker so that the volunteers can clearly hear Paul’s voice during the show.3. A hand-held wireless microphone is preferred. Please make sure it has a fresh battery.
Sound. It is specifically understood and agreed that Landlord has made no representation or warranty to Tenant respecting the sound levels in the Premises. Tenant acknowledges that Landlord may construct, install or permit a gymnasium or work-out facility in the Building (the “Gym”) and that such Gym may result in excess levels of noise in the Premises. Tenant hereby agrees that such Gym and Landlord’s actions in connection with such Gym shall in no way constitute a constructive eviction of Tenant nor entitle Tenant to any abatement of Rent. Tenant hereby waives any and all rent offsets or claims of constructive eviction which may arise in connection with such Gym. Landlord shall have no responsibility or for any reason be liable to Tenant for any direct or indirect injury to or interference with Tenant’s business arising from the Gym, nor shall Tenant be entitled to any compensation or damages from Landlord for loss of the use of the whole or any part of the Premises or of Tenant’s personal property or improvements resulting from the Gym or Landlord’s actions in connection with the Gym, or for any inconvenience or annoyance occasioned by the Gym or Landlord’s actions. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if, within eighteen (18) months after the installation of the Gym, or within eighteen (18) months of a reconfiguration of existing equipment or installation of new equipment in the Gym, Tenant provides Notice to Landlord that the Gym is causing unreasonable levels of noise or vibration that materially and adversely affect Tenant’s use of the Premises, then Landlord shall use commercially reasonable efforts to minimize such unreasonable levels of noise and/or vibration; provided, however, Landlord’s commercially reasonable efforts do not require Landlord to spend more than Twenty Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) in the aggregate. In order to control adverse sound from free weights being dropped on the floor of the Gym, Landlord agrees not to provide or make available free weights in the Gym over the Lease Term.
Sound. Licensee agrees that the sound level (at all times) of any amplified sound from Licensee’s equipment in the Facility may not exceed the maximum sound level permitted by Licensor. If the sound level exceeds this maximum, Licensee shall lower the volume and stop the sound upon request.