Entertainment noise surveys help to ensure that due consideration is being given to those who may be negatively impacted outside of the venue or event. Some common examples of nuisance noise sources within the entertainment sector can include excessively loud music and amplified speech.
What is an entertainment noise survey?
The primary aim of an entertainment noise survey is to ensure that your temporary event, entertainment premises or place of worship does not impact negatively on surrounding or residents through excessive noise emissions. What differentiates an entertainment noise survey from a general noise impact assessment is the parts of the sound (or frequencies) that are analysed by our engineers. This is because most clients will probably be at risk of being troubled by the low frequency sounds. Low frequencies (or ‘low pitches’) these are usually found within music and amplified noises that are typical of venues requiring an entertainment noise survey.
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