Here's a sound example of my trusty old Transalp "Faxe Biturbo" equipped with
a street legal Sebring Enduro muffler.
What you will hear:
It begins with starting the Transalp roughly 10m behind the microphone in front of my garage.
I pass the microphone on the left side and go out on the street. I come back after a short while
passing on the street with low revs and accelerating. After a short while again I come back
with higher revs (and yes, I mis-shifted ... ;-) ), followed then by a Suzuki Burgman scooter.
Again I come back, then I enter my property, stop on the left side of the microphone, then ride
back to the garage. I switch off the engine, lift off my helmet, and go to the microphone.
- Some bird noise ;-)
- Some cage noise
- Some scooter noise
- Some Transalp sound ;-D
Technically, the recording was done with a Soundman OKM II professional microphone,
mounted on a Dummy Head,
connected via a Terratec Aureon 5.1 USB soundcart to a Dell Latitude notebook.
The recording was done and mastered with the software CoolEdit96.
Since this is a Dummy Head recording, you better put on your headphones ...
And on we go: Transalp with street legal Sebring Enduro muffler (mp3, 800 KByte)
And here you can hear my BMW F650GS Dakar (mp3, 760 KByte)
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