Misc Cockpit Tyre Scrub Sound (Volume Reduction) 1.01

A choice of volume reduction .wav files for the tyre scrub sound when in cockpit

  1. Graham Laing

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    Graham Laing submitted a new resource:

    Cockpit Tyre Scrub Sound (Volume Reduction) (version 1.0) - A choice of volume reduction .wav files for the tyre scrub sound when in cockpit

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  2. Cedric Germain

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    Thank you Graham, very good ressource (I though personnaly, that the tyres effects are on a too high volume in the Cockpit)
     
  3. Warren Dawes

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    Yep, thanks Graham.
    I'm currently using the -15db file and finding it more to my liking.
     
  4. Graham Laing

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    Cheers guys ...... I just takes the edge off the sound for my delicate ears, but without losing out on notification that your tyres are scrubbing :)

    I am using -20db
     
  5. Ian Anderson

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    I would like to try this but not sure where I put the file or if I need to delete something?
     
  6. Graham Laing

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    Graham Laing updated Cockpit Tyre Scrub Sound (Volume Reduction) with a new update entry:

    Just an update to the install text file - No need to re-download

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  7. Graham Laing

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    I have updated the install.txt file (which is in the archive) to make it a little clearer
     
  8. Ian Anderson

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    Thanks Graham much appreciated.

    I'm guessing I will have to keep putting the file in whenever I verify files in Steam yes?