Sound Sample Clauses

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. (a) Performers will not exceed a maximum sound pressure level of 90db indoors during the hours of 8:00am – 5:00pm MondayFriday, 100db indoors during the hours of 5:00pm-Midnight SundaySaturday, and 104db outdoors at the front of House mix location with a professional decibel meter set on fast response. Level check will be made throughout the performance including sound checks. Performers must be prepared to lower the level of stage amps in order to ascertain a good mix and stay within the limits set.
Sound. No voice amplifiers of any kind are permitted. Sound level of TV, radio, or stereo must be kept to the confines of the exhibit space.
Sound. Pronounce the character in Mandarin or Cantonese immediately after recognition in Mandarin or Cantonese.
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. 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sound which is audible off the premises shall be permitted except with the consent of County, which consent may be withdrawn at any time.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. The decibel level cannot exceed 90 dbi “A weight” on stage. See technical guidelines for use.
Sound. No activity, whether live music, DJ, or voices, shall be so loud as to be reasonably disruptive to the surrounding areas. LESSEE shall monitor the level of the noise to ensure it does not disrupt the residents nearby. After 10:00 p.m., any reasonable complaints regarding noise levels will be grounds for an immediate – without prior warning – shutting down of the event and demand to vacate the premises.
Sound. The audio system is excellent for playing background music, CD’s with sound and background vocals. Additional equipment may be supplied by a third party vendor, for musicals, concerts, or other similar activities.
Sound. Recommended choice, 6 cordless hand held mics. 1 mic on piano. 3 onstage sound monitors (one down left, one down-right, one upstage of Piano) We will work with what you can supply, but please understand that results vary greatly according to the quantity and quality of the equipment provided. This show cannot be performed with wired mics. NYGASP DOES NOT TRAVEL WITH ANY SOUND EQUIPMENT.