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    Default This sound needs to be put in a sim!!

    No other words are necessary.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by seagoon View Post
    No other words are necessary.......
    In my opinion, the Open Rails NAVS Sound pack captures the sounds of a normally asperated 567 extremely well.

    Still, that's a great vid.
    Last edited by SD40-2; 03-30-2021 at 10:30 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SD40-2 View Post
    ..... that's a great vid.
    It is, isn't it?
    Possibly unique as I haven't seen another that has been recorded from the same position.
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    Absolute music to the ears, fantastic, turn your speakers right up at 0:50 and just listen to that, outrageously magnificent.
    Could do with the loco, enginesound and horn in the game and a proper Aussie route to run it on, that would be mindblowing.....

    Thanks for the video link, Bruce, could listen to this every day.

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