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Infrastructure Recordings

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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 on our journeys, which will soon all be consigned to the history books.

  • Glass Domestic Glass Harp Play Track 116 sounds included $15.20

    Have you ever done that party trick where you can get a wine glass to “sing” by running your finger around the rim?

    Have you ever been curious about using multiple glasses to create music?

    This sound library contains several sets of sounds featuring glasses tuned to specific pitches, which can easily be dropped into your sampler on your digital audio workstation to create wonderful ethereal pads and effects.

    Features:

    • Numerous tuned sound sets demonstrating the pitch range of average household wine glasses.
    • “Singing” wine glass sounds recorded whilst circling the rim at both slow and fast speeds.
    • “Struck” sounds recorded by striking the glasses softly as well as hard.
    • Resonant sounds achieved by bowing across the rim, giving high-pitched crystal-like chime sounds.
    • Vibrato and other pitch-bending effects achieved by altering the water inside the glass during recording.
    • Bonus filling and spilling water sounds.

    This library also features FREE bonus Kalimba sounds recorded from a traditional hand-made mbira!

     

  • 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.
  • Environments Rolling Thunder Play Track 1 sounds included, 11 mins total $13.50

    This clean, stereo nature recording beautifully captures the tranquility of a typical British summer thunderstorm from the moment the birds stop singing as the first spots of rain roll in, to their re-emergence as the storm passes.

    Recorded in the heart of rural Norfolk, England.

    Features:

    • No sudden crashes: Ideal for relaxation and sleep aid.
    • Eleven minutes of pure natural ambience with no disturbance from passing traffic or other artificial disturbances.
    • A complete recording capturing the storm before the rain approaches, through until the rain eases after the storm.
  • This sound library boasts a comprehensive collection of sound recordings that capture the character of rural passenger trains throughout the United Kingdom.

    All of the recordings were taken at locations in and around Norfolk and feature trains that are typical of current rural train services in many parts of the country.

    Features:

    • Station arrivals and departures recorded from the station platform.
    • Pass-bys and other lineside recordings.
  • This sound library boasts a collection of sound recordings that capture the character of locomotive-hauled passenger trains in the East Anglia region of the United Kingdom. All of the recordings were taken at locations in and around Norfolk and feature trains hauled by Class 37 and Class 68 diesel locomotives.

    The Class 37 is a classic type of British-built diesel locomotive originally introduced in the early 1960s and features a 4-stroke V12 English Electric turbocharged diesel engine.

    The Class 68 locomotives are much more modern locomotives, being introduced in 2013 and feature a 16-cylinder Caterpillar diesel engine.

    Features:

    • Station arrivals and departures recorded from the station platform.
    • Pass-bys and other lineside recordings.
    • An on-board recording demonstrating the traditional “clickety-clack” sound of jointed track at speed.
  • Anybody familiar with travelling on the London Underground will be aware of the distinct soundscapes beneath the streets of London; from the clatter of the ticket hall barriers to the eerie rumbles from the tunnels, waiting in anticipation for the next train to come rushing past before stopping with the squeal of the brakes.

    Each type of train on the network has its own distinct characteristics such as the moaning of the electric traction motors or the peculiar sound of the 1996 Stock used on the Jubilee Line.

    All of these sounds have been beautifully captured in 24-bit 48KHz quality- recorded both with XY stereo microphones and binaurally- creating a highly realistic experience for headphone users.

    Note to users:
    As many of you will know, like many urban transit systems, the London Underground is littered with pre-recorded public announcements.
    These recordings have been extensively edited to the highest quality to ensure that these pre-recorded announcements have been removed where possible.
  • This soundpack is created for use primarily in video games and simulators to simulate the sonic characteristics of an Enviro400 double-deck bus built by Alexander-Dennis in the United Kingdom between 2010 and 2015.

    Features:

    • Dashboard/driving cab and passenger saloon foley.
    • Seamless sound loops of engine running at steady speeds throughout the entire RPM range from both exterior and interior perspective.
    • Tyre and transmission sounds to enhance the effect of speed.
  • This soundpack is created for use primarily in video games and simulators to simulate the sonic characteristics of a Volvo B7TL double-deck bus with Wright Gemini Eclipse bodywork in the United Kingdom from 2002.

    Features:

    • Dashboard/driving cab and passenger saloon foley.
    • Seamless sound loops of engine running at steady speeds throughout the entire RPM range from both exterior and interior perspective.
    • Tyre and transmission sounds to enhance the effect of speed.
  • 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.

    Features:

    • 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.

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