ROAD NOISE SOUND MOD V1.0
This mod replaces the default road, grass, and gravel tire sounds. Hear the unmistakable tire whine as you rumble along the highway at speed!Authentically volume balanced so that it does not overpower the engine sounds.Compatible with ATS v1.39 & v1.40.x
ROAD NOISE SOUND MOD V1.0
This mod is the ultimate enhancement to complete your soundscape, containing realistic road noises for asphalt and gravel with typical tire whine sounds, rumble strip sounds and tire bump sounds.It also contains interior wind and cabin ambience sounds. When your truck speed increases, the sound of the wind hitting the windshield will become more obvious, especially with the windows closed. Crack open the window and hear the rush of air blowing around the entire cabin.
This mod replaces the default road, grass, and gravel tire sounds. Hear the unmistakable tire whine as you rumble along the highway at speed!Authentically volume balanced so that it does not overpower the engine sounds.
Introducing the ultimate sound enhancement for your trucking experience, the Road & Wind Noise Mod. With this mod, you'll experience the most realistic road noises, including asphalt and gravel surfaces, tire whine, rumble strip sounds, and tire bump sounds.Not only will you hear the sounds of the road, but you'll also feel like you're inside the truck cabin. As you increase your truck's speed, the sound of wind hitting the windshield will become more pronounced, especially with the windows closed. And if you open the windows, you'll be treated to the rush of air flowing around the entire cabin.This sound mod is carefully balanced to reflect real-life volumes, making it the perfect complement to any of our Sound & Engine Packs. Elevate your trucking experience with the Road & Wind Noise Mod.
The buds have a continuous battery life of over nine hours, and their carrying case holds roughly 3.4 additional charges. Unfortunately, they lack active noise cancelling (ANC) and do a mediocre job blocking background noise, like the low rumble of bus and plane engines. If you value a better noise isolation performance, check out the Skullcandy Indy ANC True Wireless instead. They're the best noise cancelling Skullcandy earbuds, as they do a good overall job of cutting down ambient sound, especially when it comes to bass-range noise like traffic. However, their continuous battery life is shorter.
This ATS sound mod greatly enhances immersion through dynamic and realistic sounds, including suspension and tire bump sounds, fuel and filling station sounds, and unique railroad crossing bell sounds, among others. It has been continually updated for over 7 years and is highly regarded for its attention to detail and compatibility with various maps, trucks, and mods.
Hello, my name is Kerry. I am moving into a new house and I am looking for ways to reduce noise in my bedroom. I have a very rare movement disorder where I have a type of seizure to loud noise. I am looking for some cost effective solutions to reduce sounds. The room is carpeted,the room has blown in insulation in the walls (not sure on the type) it has a drop ceiling with ceiling panels. The room has 3 smaller windows as well as a sliding glass door. The sliding glass door will be our primary way to get in and out of the house. One of the noises I am trying to reduce would be train horns, fireworks and police, fire and ambulance sirens. Thanks
I live in an apartment complex. The exterior metal door amplifies sound/noise from outside in the hallway including a barking Yorkie and loud voices.I have seen the 12 inch panels on Amazon. Would attaching the panels or foam to the door work? I need sound blocking not sound absorbing.
Put the foam panels on the back of the door would help, as would putting them on the wall / walls directly across from the main door. That wall is where the sound enters and then bounces all around your home. If you can stop the sound from bouncing you can reduce the noise.
Searching for the best product (and least costly) to absorb sound which comes from a hallway air conditioner. It is in a closet, about 12 inches above the floor. Underneath is concrete where the vents allow air to enter. What should I put underneath? The area beneath the AC unit is about 36X26 inches. The hallway is wood, so not carpet to help absorb noise to adjacent bedrooms. Would it be possible to draw and send a sketch to you? If you have an email address or would allow me to call, I would appreciate your experience and recommendations. Your help with this will be very much appreciated.
We have foam panels to block sound, TV, voices, from a bedroom. I assume we place them on the wall of the bedroom that shares a wall with the 2nd bedroom where the noise is coming from? Do panels need to be placed tightly together, with no gaps?
The best you could do would be to put as many sound absorbing materials between you and the noise. In this case, since most of the noise is coming from the street, you ideally would just put most of your sound materials on the wall closest to the street.
How can I reduce the noise coming from below, I can hear my neighbour tv when trying to sleep. If I got a curtain rail and put soundproof curtains all around my bed, would this help? Also is there anything I can put on my bedroom door to stop noise coming through
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The only thing who's a bit annoying is that sort of air noise when you get to On_mid and On_high. It feels it's a Turbocharged sound and it kills the great roary sound. It's the only fault I've got about your sound. 041b061a72