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The Ferry House Noise Management Plan The management at The Ferry House take their responsibility to the environment very seriously. This includes noise pollution resulting from events held within the grounds. To minimise noise pollution, we have taken the following steps to meet conditions set by our local council. 1. The Ferry House has installed an in-house directional speaker system, called a Zone Array limited to 95dB LAeq t3min on the dance floor. 2. All entertainment music must finish by 00:00. 3. All amplified equipment must be directed through the in-house speaker system and frequency specific Symetrix Prism process-limiter. 4. Visiting acts can connect to the speaker system via an XLR patch point. Adaptors are available if required. 5. Bands must finish their sets no later than 23:00. 6. Bass Equipment - All bass equipment is to be DI’d (direct input/injection) into the main mix. 7. Digital drum kits are preferred. If you are not able to supply one then we will accept acoustic drums used with brushes with output kept to a minimum. 8. Monitoring - Bands are asked to use in-ear monitoring. 9. Guitars or additional equipment amplifiers - A line must be taken directly out and put into the main mix using POD type Amp Modeller/FX units. 10. No visiting amplification equipment is permitted. It is important that clients and visiting acts liaise with The Ferry House to ensure that their setup will be compliant and they fully understand how the system works.