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Home Sound Effects VirtualTruck: ERF E14 Soundpack

VirtualTruck: ERF E14 Soundpack


This soundpack contains all you need to recreate the sonic environment of the ERF E14 tractor unit.

This particular vehicle is owned by John Mayle, who has preserved it following its withdrawal from the UK Mines Rescue Service. John's father has restored a number of heritage trucks at his workshop near Newark, Nottinghamshire.


  • Dashboard/driving cab foley.
  • Long-play on-board recordings demonstrating real life driving scenarios (including a rather testing incline) from both exterior and interior perspective.
  • Seamless sound loops of engine running at steady speeds throughout the entire RPM range from both exterior and interior perspective.
  • Exterior pass-bys and other roadside recordings.
  • Trailer foley including uncoupling procedure.
Licensor: Infrastructure Recordings
Categories: , .
Type: Truck sound effects / recordings
Specs: 219 files • 219 sounds • 16 bit / 44.1 kHz • 506 MB • Includes metadata
Approx. 47 minutes total
Instant - blazingly-fast - digital download
License type:
Royalty-free - you can select the number of users on checkout

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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.