Re: Tram simulator
  Richard Youl

I have up to an hour of X2 676 on tour recorded on tape. Luckily the passengers knew I was recording so there is not a lot of chatter.

Maybe some of this may be of use, but you would have to make do with mono, not stereo.


On 9 Jan 2019, at 12:38 pm, Ronald Besdansky shrdlu.junction@...> wrote:

I'm creating a tram-driving simulator. The photo shows the controller type RB-1 in an early stage of construction. It uses an Arduino microcontroller board to communicate with my PC. I'm sure somebody has already done this (e..g. Microsoft Train driving simulator) but I like doing my own thing. (I've been writing programs for 51 years this year!)

What I would like to get is a good recording of the gear noise during notching-up - especially from a spur-gear (as opposed to helical-gear) tram - e..g. a Melbourne W2. I've tried creating the sound with a synthesiser but couldn't get it right.

Any suggestions welcome!