For sound enthusiasts of the railways of Victoria, Australia...

Meet the team...

Mike Walters from Victoria, Australia is a qualified engineer who works with importers of Australian RTR brass and plastic models to develop their models for the best sound performance possible. This is achieved most effectively at the concept/design stage and Mike's experience in CAD and product design helps this become a reality. Over 50 sound projects of Australian prototypes have been completed to date and modellers can expect to see more in the future. When done well, sound really does bring a model to life!

Phil Dunlop from Texas, USA is a retired engineer experienced in systems analysis and business modeling.  An avid train enthusiast Phil gravitated to Diesel locomotive sound modeling when he discovered LokSound DCC decoders 10 years ago.  Phil has edited, designed, and developed dozens of sound projects from live recordings since then, for both LokSound V3.5 and V4.0.  With a focus on LokSound V4 decoders, Phil's motto is; if the locomotive can do it, it can be modelled, both in regards to sound, and in operation.

Ted Najzer from Indiana, USA iis a musician with over 20 years experience in recording/sound editing. He's a railfan, an early era CSX HO scale model railroader.  Ted believes in ESU decoders saying; "if you can dream it... you can model it".

Mission & vision:

Our mission is to be leaders at delivering 'authentic' sound projects for your model trains, using the best decoder technology available. Our vision is to see modellers go "wow" when they start up a model equipped with our sounds. 

 

So here's what we do:

We provide sound projects containing authentic sound files of Australian and North American motive power. Sounds are recorded in 16 bit, 44 kbps wav format (CD quality) using the latest hi-tech sound recording equipment. Sound files are then edited using professional editing software.

 

Current and future projects are listed under the 'Sound projects' page. Feel free to submit an enquiry via the 'Contact us' page.

 

Mike, Phil & Ted