Sound Fixes Pack v 12.5


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Pack provides improvements to common sounds in the game, making the sounds feel more immersive and real.

[ETS2 edition] Reduced volume of insects/birds in forest areas in Poland in ProMods map to ambient level.

Realistic asphalt tire sounds that resonate depending on how fast you are accelerating and what speed you are in, giving a feel for your sense of speed.
Heavier gravel sounds when driving on dirt or gravel roads.

Increases range of suspension sounds from just tire suspension sounds to cabin, trailer and tire suspension sounds.
Light impacts trigger speed bump or irregular road surface suspension sounds.
Medium impacts trigger squeaking of cabin.
Very hard impacts may trigger the sound of a key swinging.

“Late music” replaced with Nokia phone ringtone sound (Volume of this sound depends on Music volume in Audio settings in-game).

“Bing bong” chime for train loading screen sound and ferry loading screen sound.
Reworked garage door sound and corrected its volume to a lower level.
Reduced volume of adviser message sound.
Reduced volume of yawn slightly for fatigue simulation.

Classic/historic ding sound for while the fuel is pumping (circa 1960s to 1970s). The number of dings give you an idea on how much you refueled.
Real fuel pump, fuel lid sounds, door close and key insertion sound effect for after refueling to a full tank.

Mix of stock amplified gear grinding sounds and new gear grinding sounds. Can be heard when you have damaged the transmission and gearbox.

Increased volume for interior stick sounds: parking brake stick, blinker stick lever.
Real stick/switch/button sounds for: parking brake, hazard light, blinker / indicator / turn signal, light switch.

Retarder sound changed to real retarder sound.
Lift axle sound now includes button press sound effect.
Real sound effect for trailer coupling. Also includes the sound of the trailer brakes connecting straight after the fifth wheel coupling.

Driver Alert Support system sound installed on all trucks (ETS2 exclusive feature).

AI traffic vehicles given new horn sounds. Depending on the patience of the driver, a short or long honk may be used.
AI traffic trucks/buses given more variations of sounds (turbo, engines, gear changes).
You can hear the slight sound of vehicles overtaking you or passing by you in the oncoming lane.

Wind will sound slightly faster from cabin when you drive at a high speed.
Pattering of rain on windshield audible inside the truck during heavy rain.
Louder volume and reworked audio for biplanes, trains (included train horn), helicopters, cable cars and Boeing planes

Compatible for and tested on ETS2 version 1.22.8 + ATS version 1.1.1.
No errors in game log.
Fully stable mod.

Compatible with all trucks including mod trucks.
Does not replace individual truck sounds, so can be used with an unlimited amount of truck sound mods of your choice.

Compatible with all maps.

Supports compatibility with Realistic Weather Sound 1.7.4 (provides realistic thunder and exterior rain sounds).
Both mods can be enabled at the same time. Check load order image for more details.

ETS2: Disable Driver Alert Support sound

ETS2/ATS: Frosty Winter Weather Sound addon
ETS2/ATS: Enable police siren sound for pursuit simulation
ETS2/ATS: Open truck window

May be found in the Options folder when you download the pack.
If using these options, make sure to enable the option with higher priority than the Sound Fixes Pack for the sound to take effect!

– SCS Software for base sounds
– Drive Safely for pitch, reverberation and sound edits, some sound samples and compiling mod
– antonvezdehod, Ludmilla and Katixa/Irreo for some tire sounds
– Balamut for some key swing and light suspension sounds
– AlexeyP for some trailer coupling and fuel pump sounds
– Stewen for some improved AI truck sounds
– nIGhT-SoN for raindrop definitions

Mod requires higher priority than mods with a game_data.sii file.
Otherwise, correct operation of pack not guaranteed.

SCS Software, Drive Safely, antonvezdehod, Ludmilla, Katixa/Irreo, Balamut, AlexeyP, Stewen, nIGhT-SoN

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14 thoughts on “Sound Fixes Pack v 12.5

  1. Guten Morgen und vielen dank für ihre Mod =)

    Ich benutze die promods-map-v201 welche datei von ihnen muss ich benutzen ?

    1. Drive Safely

      Wählen Sie diese ein

      “Sound Fixes Pack – v12.5 ETS2”

  2. Nice job!

  3. No damage in Promods def file does not work with this mod?
    But nice mod!

    1. Load the ProMods after this mod. 😉

      1. Oh thanks.. 😉

  4. Downloading thanks.

  5. LionBuster

    Wait… a new update everyday… why? For a “minor update” I have to download the mod again? make longer and promising updates please!

    1. every day? are u sure?

    2. Drive Safely

      I try to keep the mod updates weekly. This has been more of a fixing sounds week. There will be more new content next week.

  6. si todos los días hay una versión que los sonidos son mas reales que la anterior llegara un dia que los sonidos serán mas reales que la real realidad de los reales sonidos de realidad, yo también puedo hacer un camión y actualizarlo todos los días, 1 dia una rueda, 2 dia otra rueda, 3 días una puerta, 4 dia un faro asi tengo para publicar 100 años seamos serios con las actualizaciones, no somo un concurso haber cuantos mas visitan mi paguina, o esque hay dinero por que te visitemos la pagina

  7. Sorry, it was a very good mod. Indeed. But meanwhile there are too many sounds at too many places with incredible loudness over to large areas ( e.g. airports!, birds singing kilometers over the highway) … and are you sure, there must be more and more and more sounds every week? Make the good one’s better, thats enough. Sometimes less is the better more!

    1. Drive Safely

      Feel free to specify the location on the map of where you are hearing these loud sounds. If I can’t find these loud sounds on the places you are driving I can’t fix it.

  8. Q-Ball3577

    If you make a generic name for it… ie… sound_fixes pack.scs… download the new version to your desktop, extract, rename to the name above (which should be the same in the mods folder), then drag to the mods folder and overwrite. No need to keep messing with the mod manager and dealing with log errors related to missing mods. Simple.

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