Bus Sounds

ZackaryH

New Member
Oct 28, 2016
10
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Hello, I have couple of bus interior engine recordings that I wish to make public in order to help assist others in their projects. Please feel free to use any sounds that are included below and be sure to credit me if you release them in anything. The pack of sounds will be updated with new recordings as and when I can.

Current Recordings:

Operator​
Registration Plate​
Bus​
Special Notes​
Fleet Number​
First Greater Manchester​
MX56 AEL​
Volvo B7 RLE Wright Urban Eclipse​
69121​
First Greater Manchester​
MX56 ACY​
Volvo B7 RLE Wright Urban Eclipse​
69186​
First Greater Manchester​
SN14 TSO​
Alexander Dennis Enviro 400​
33835​
Stagecoach East​
SN64 OLO​
Alexander Dennis Enviro 200​
Voith Gearbox​
37233​
 

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BritishRail60062

A Friendly Rail & Transport Fan.
Jan 10, 2017
314
Great sound pack there. I think I rode SN64OLO to Werrington from Peterborough when I filmed trains at Marholm in 2016. It had a loud whining Voith gearbox which was similar sounding to London United's TLA28/SN53KJJ that I used to ride a lot when I was living in London when it was working my local route 94 until I left London in 2015. Not sure where SN53KJJ is now but if you can find it. I recommend doing a recording on that one and if you get a good driver. You could capture some nice thrash on that bus if you are lucky and I am assuming that this Dennis Trident Alexander ALX400 is still around? :)..
 

ZackaryH

New Member
Oct 28, 2016
10
Great sound pack there. I think I rode SN64OLO to Werrington from Peterborough when I filmed trains at Marholm in 2016. It had a loud whining Voith gearbox which was similar sounding to London United's TLA28/SN53KJJ that I used to ride a lot when I was living in London when it was working my local route 94 until I left London in 2015. Not sure where SN53KJJ is now but if you can find it. I recommend doing a recording on that one and if you get a good driver. You could capture some nice thrash on that bus if you are lucky and I am assuming that this Dennis Trident Alexander ALX400 is still around? :)..
The E200 was recording on the 5 Between Fletton and Stanground