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Home Sound Effects Mixed Traffic: Trains at Speed Volume 1

Mixed Traffic: Trains at Speed Volume 1

$20

A collection of high-quality stereo audio recordings capturing trains at speed in the United Kingdom.

Features:

  • Lineside recordings of both freight and passenger trains in operation on the main line.
  • Station arrivals and departures recorded from the station platform.
  • Sounds of the typical automated crossing barriers in operation at level crossings throughout the UK.
  • Incorporated metadata included within the sound files shows the direction and microphone position helping you align the perfect audio for your video clips.
Licensor: Infrastructure Recordings
Categories: .
Type: Train sound effects / recordings
Specs: 48 files • 37 sounds • 16 bit, 44.1 kHz • 283MB • Includes metadata
Delivery:
Instant - blazingly-fast - digital download
License type:
Single user, royalty-free - for a multi-user license, click here
 

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Infrastructure Recordings is a small enterprise founded by Chris Richmond, whose life-long interests in sound and music have developed into an up and coming brand of high-quality audio recordings.

Chris’ links with the public transport industry means he has a great deal of experience with buses, refining an ear for detail, which, combined with his own curiosity has enabled him to produce a number of high-quality sound libraries defining each vehicle’s unique sonic characteristics.

A railway enthusiast at heart, Chris is also passionate about railway recordings- particularly the sounds of fast-disappearing heritage vehicles, attempting to preserve those characteristic soundtracks we all take for granted, which will soon all be consigned to the history books.