Japan Train Sound Effects & Subway Sounds
Royalty Free Sound LibraryJapan Subway Ambience
Specs: 25 files • 24 bit / 96 kHz • 2.0 GB
Duration: Approx. 35 Minutes
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License type: Royalty-Free
Recording train and subway sound effects in Japan
In this sound library, you will find train sounds and subway sounds from Osaka, Tokyo, the Shinkansen, several beeping sounds with passing trains on a railway cross. I kept all beeping sounds and announcements in the recording for the purpose of archiving these sounds. When technology changes so does the sound ambience.
For example, while recording traffic sounds in Tokyo, I noticed that the engine noise wasn’t often present. I mostly heard tires coming from electric cars. This makes a huge impact on the soundscape! Same in Hiroshima or Osaka! There are thousands of cars but if you close your eyes, you think you are almost alone in a ghost town. Everything feels very silent.
You can say the same inside the trains. Packed with hundreds of people but nobody talks. I love that. Everything is so clean and in order.
The world’s busiest train station
I think it’s really cool to know that I could make a recording of the world busiest train station at Shinjuku Station. 3. 5 million people coming to this station every day but is surprisingly quiet! Umeda in Osaka is the fourth busiest station (which you can also hear in this library!)
As you know all my sounds are royalty-free but in this album are third party sounds recorded. Make sure if you download the sounds that you cut out certain sounds like automated announcements for example if it’s for commercial purposes. This is all up to you!
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Our recordings are provided as wav files and can be used with Logic Pro, Cubase, Nuendo, Ableton, Pro Tools, Reaper, Audacity, Adobe or any other audio/video editing software!
The library tracks are recorded in 96 kHz 24 bit which gives you all the flexibility you need.
Since we embedded these files with rich metadata like file description & keywords you are able to quickly find the sounds. We suggest using professional audio management tools like Soundly, Soundminer, Basehead or Sound Grinder.