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6 results - UCS Category "VEHInt" - Most at least downloaded

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- Car interior, 80 km/h
Sound recording in the passenger compartment of a car during a short journey on a road limited to 80 km/h. It is a Citroën C3 petrol. UCS Category: VEHInt. Duration: 01:16.
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- Car (interior, 80km/h)
Interior of a small car (Peugeot 106) at a speed of 80-90 km/h. UCS Category: VEHInt, VEHCar. Duration: 01:00.
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- Gendarmerie, indoor siren
Two-tone siren of the French Gendarmerie, recorded inside the vehicle. UCS Category: VEHInt, VEHSirn. Duration: 00:18.
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- Car interior, 90 km/h
Sound recording in the passenger compartment of a car during a short journey on a road limited to 90 km/h. It is a Citroën C3 petrol. UCS Category: VEHInt. Duration: 03:13.
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- Cars (interior. off)
Inside a car stopped. Motor starting and stopping. UCS Category: VEHInt, VEHCar. Duration: 00:33.
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- Parisian ring road, cockpit
Noise of the Parisian ring road when the traffic is dense and difficult. Sound from the cockpit of my car, rolling. UCS Category: VEHInt, AMBUrbn. Duration: 01:20.
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