The Liverpool Ringing Simulator project is based on work undertaken at Liverpool Cathedral to provide a 12-bell simulator for demonstration and training purposes.
The use of simulators has great potential in the training of new ringers, and therefore the Liverpool Ringing Simulator Project seeks to promote the installation and take-up of simulators as a teaching aid in other towers. The project presents the work undertaken at the Cathedral, and other towers, and makes it freely available for ringers to build and install simulators at relatively low cost.
Most of the useful content is hosted in repositories on GitHub.
All original manuals and other documentation (including PCB layout CAD files and schematics) released as part of the Liverpool Ringing Simulator project are released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-SA). All original software released as part of the Liverpool Ringing Simulator project is released under the GNU General Public Licence (GPL), Version 3.