Products

Our products are currently listed on Bamazoo and A Sound Effect.

Latest Releases:

Sounds of the London Underground

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.

Please note:

This library is only available exclusively from the widely-acclaimed ASoundEffect.com.

Older Releases:

Mixed Traffic: Trains at Speed Volume 1

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.
Incorporated metadata included in the sound files shows the direction and microphone position helping you align the perfect audio for your video clips.

Licences from £9.99

Rural Passenger Trains Volume 2:
The East Anglia Short Sets
A selection of high-quality railway recordings capturing the quaint, timeless character of low-density rural branch lines still in operation across the UK.
This selection focuses on the short locomotive-hauled services currently operating in East Anglia.
The stars of the show are the mighty, historic Class 37 diesel locomotives with their distinct, growling V12 English Electric engine and their more modern counterparts, the Class 68s.

Rural Passenger Trains Volume 1

A selection of high-quality railway recordings capturing the quaint, timeless character of low-density rural branch lines still in operation across the UK.
Recorded mainly around Norfolk, the stars of the show are the diesel-powered "Sprinter" trains (pictured) which roar into life as they depart the quiet, rural stations and whizz across the landscape on their way to the cities.
Featuring recordings of Class 101, 153, 156, 158 and 170 diesel multiple unit trains.

Commercial use licence: 19:99

Non-commercial use licence: £4.99



VirtualBus: Volvo B7TL Wright Gemini Eclipse Soundpack

A fully comprehensive collection of sounds aimed at game developers showcasing the vast array of sounds that make up the complete sonic environment of the Volvo-powered Wright Gemini Eclipse double-deck bus introduced in 1999.
At the heart of the pack is a complete set of sound loops devoted to the vehicle's Volvo D7 seven-litre turbo-diesel engine recorded both inside and outside the vehicle.

Commercial use licence: £19.99

Non-commercial use licence: £4.99


VirtualBus: ADL Enviro400 Soundpack

A fully comprehensive collection of sounds aimed at game developers showcasing the vast array of sounds that make up the complete sonic environment of the Alexander Dennis Enviro400 double-deck bus.
At the heart of the pack is a complete set of sound loops devoted to the vehicle's Cummins ISB6.7 turbo-diesel engine recorded both inside and outside the vehicle.

Commercial use licence: £19.99

Non-commercial use licence: £4.99

Important Information

To download our products, please click on the links, which will direct you to our online store hosted by Bamazoo.
Each product consists of a compressed ZIP folder, which contains our high-quality WAV files, as well as a copy of the licence agreement and a helpful README text document.
Our WAV files all contain relevant metadata which should be recognised by most professional editing software products.
All sounds are of at least 16-bit quality and recorded in full stereo unless otherwise specified.

Disclaimer

Infrastructure Recordings provides users with comprehensive collections of sound files.
While our VirtualBus Soundpacks are designed for use with software such as bus simulators, we cannot be held responsible if the sounds do not work as desired when directly applied to existing projects such as buses in OMSI der Omnibussimulator.
It is down to the user to ensure the sounds are programmed according to the script in order to achieve the desired effects.