Over 100 Different Sounds to Customize Your Model Railroad!
Sounds Files that end in ULT are Ultimate Series Sounds!
Our Ultimate Series Sounds are truly an exceptional improvement in model
railroad sound technology!
Sounds Frequently Asked Questions Note: If there is a sound on this list and playtime is 0:00
seconds, then the PC sound
sample has not been completed but the RailPro sound is ready to
Diesel Prime Movers
Alco C425 - Alco 251 ULT
Alco C636 - Alco 251 ULT
Alco DL-105 - Alco 539T
Alco DL-108 - Alco 539T
Alco HR616 - Alco 251 ULT
Alco LRC-3 - Alco 251 ULT
Alco M640 - Alco 251 ULT
Alco RSC-13 - Alco 539T
Alco S-2 - Alco 539T
EMD DDM45 - EMD 645-20
EMD E4 - EMD 567-16 ULT
EMD E6 - EMD 567-16 ULT
EMD F40 - EMD 645 Turbo ULT
EMD F45 - EMD 645-20
EMD G22 - EMD 645-12 ULT
EMD GP15AC - EMD 645-12 ULT
EMD GP26 - EMD 645 Blower ULT
EMD GP35 - EMD 567-16 ULT
EMD GP38-2 - EMD 645 Blower ULT
EMD GP39-2 - EMD 645-12 ULT
EMD GP40-2 - EMD 645 Turbo ULT
EMD GP49 - EMD 645-12 ULT
EMD GP60 - EMD 710 ULT
EMD JT22 - EMD 645-12 ULT
EMD MP15DC - EMD 645-12 ULT
EMD SD35 - EMD 567-16 ULT
EMD SD38 - EMD 645 Blower ULT
EMD SD39 - EMD 645-12 ULT
EMD SD40 - EMD 645 Turbo ULT
EMD SD40-T - EMD 645 Turbo ULT
EMD SD45-2 - EMD 645-20
EMD SD50 - EMD 645 Turbo ULT
EMD SD60MAC - EMD 710 ULT
EMD SD70ACe - GE 710ACe ULT
EMD SDP40 - EMD 645 Turbo ULT
EMD SW1504 - EMD 645-12 ULT
GE AC4400 - GE 7FDL-16 ULT
GE C30 - GE 7FDL-16 Early ULT
GE C38 - GE 7FDL-16 ULT
GE Dash 8 - GE 7FDL-16 ULT
GE ES40 - GE Gevo-12 ULT
GE ES44 - GE Gevo-12 Tier 4 ULT
GE U25 - GE 7FDL-16 Early ULT
GE U30 - GE 7FDL-16 Early ULT
GE U36 - GE 7FDL-16 Early ULT
Leslie A-200 ULT
Nathan K-3HA-R2 ULT
Nathan K5-CA-LS 5 Ch
Nathan K-5LA ULT
Nathan M3 ULT
Wabco E2 ULT
Diesel Other Sounds
Brake Automatic Release
Brake SafeSet Release
Start Up Warning
Steam Chuff / Boiler
Heavy Steam ULT
Aermore 4 Chime ULT
Beckmann 4 Chime
Canadian Special 3 Chime
Frisco 6 Chime
Lunkenheimer 1 Chime
NW Hooter ULT
Rio Grande 3 Chm
Bell NP 765
Bell Steam 1
Bell Steam 2
Narrow Gauge 12 Inch
Steam Other Sounds
Rail Vehicle Sounds
Farm Animal Sounds
Medium Dog Barking
Small Dog Barking
Sounds Frequently Asked Questions
What is special
about RailPro's Ultimate Series sound files?
The main difference in an Ultimate (or ULT) sound file is the fact
that when a locomotive is continuously playing in a notch it sounds
continuous and flowing. The typical DCC module has a recording
of a second or so of sound for each notch and they just play the same
second of sound again and again. It does not sound realistic
even sound annoying. RailPro ULT technology sounds
natural! ULT sounds of primemovers are from excellent source recordings
including locomotives operating under load. When coupled with our patent
pending Load Feature Technology it really sounds authentic! Since it is common
for your locomotive to spend most of its time at idle or running in one constant
notch the RailPro ULT technology really makes a difference!
Do I have to buy a special module for Diesel or
special module for Steam sounds?
sound modules can be loaded with diesel or steam sounds.
Can a locomotive with a RailPro module with ULT
sounds be controlled by my DCC layout?
Yes! A locomotive with
a RailPro module installed is dual mode meaning it can be run by RailPro Radio
Control or by standard DCC (through the track) systems. If you have a DCC
system you would want to buy a low cost Computer Interface, CI-1, to setup the module
for DCC and load the sounds that you want.
How do I actually
sound to a RailPro locomotive?
Select the sound file that you want to load on the RailPro
into the RailPro Assistant Download List.
Connect the USB cable to the RailPro Handheld Controller and load
the sound file to the handheld controller.
Copy the file to the locomotive module using Direct Radio+NET (Use
Radio Frequency to transfer the sound file from the RailPro Handheld
Controller to the locomotive module). 4) Go in the Locomotive Adjustments Page on the RailPro Handheld
Controller and select the sound you want to use!
The exact steps are described in detail, with many pictures, in the
RailPro Assistant User Manual. RailPro Assistant
User Manual is a
downloadable PDF that is on the RailPro Assist internet page.
Click here to go to the
Is there limitations like I only get this bell
or that horn for this primemover?
No. You pick any
primemover you want and load any bell or horn or any auxiliary sounds (like
coupler clank etc.) that you want! You can even load multiple bells and
horns to the same locomotive! RailPro is really capable and flexible so
you can setup you locomotive like you want!
do I find the proper primemover sound file name for my particular
the Diesel Primemover Section the locomotives are listed first in
alphabetical order (Alco before EMD etc.). Next to the locomotive type is the file name for the
most appropriate primemover sound file. See below:
I do not hear all
eight notches in the primemover samples. Do the real RailPro
sound files have all eight notches?
YES! These are only short samples to let you get an idea
the sound is generally like.
I do not hear compressor and let-off sounds in the primemover
samples. Do the real RailPro sound files have these sounds?
YES! There are appropriate automatic compressor, let-off, and
brake sounds with each primemover sound file.
Why do some sounds
not play and have a play time of 0:00?
The PC sample sound has not been completed so far. If
the sound is in this list then the RailPro format of the sound is
ready to load into your RailPro model railroad and we plan to put
a sample sound up as soon as it is finished. We plan to offer
all primemovers, horns, and whistles as ULT sounds and we plan to make an
appropriate PC sound sample at that time.
Why does more than
one locomotives have the same primemover file name specified?
The majority of the sound that a locomotive makes comes from the
exhaust of the diesel fuel burning primemover engine.
Sometimes different locomotives use the same diesel fuel burning
primemover engine and therefore can sound the same.
Can I load my own custom sounds?
YES! Any sound
that you can save in a proper wave file can be converted into RailPro format and
loaded into locomotive modules or accessory modules.
What type of custom sounds can I load into
You can load
simple single play sounds (i.e. you press a button and your sound plays once).
You can also make your own custom looping sounds. These are comprised of
three different sound files. A Looping Sound has a beginning sound, a looping sound,
and an ending sound. When a button is pressed the beginning sound is
played then a looping sound is played again, and again, until the button is turned
off. When the button is turned off, an ending sound is played. With
looping sounds you can make custom Bell sounds and much more!
I see farm animal sounds. That is odd for a locomotive....so...why are
you can add automation for the entire layout and control the lights, actions,
and sounds from a RailPro Handheld controller! You can add our accessory
modules such as AM-1S and add projects to control Farms,
buildings and so much more. For example, you can touch a picture of the
farm on your layout and play farm animal sounds. Locomotive modules like on
LM-3S can be changed to accessory modules and added to a
caboose or passenger car. You can then touch the picture of the caboose or
passenger car turn on lights or play the sounds that you want!
Will my model sound just like these samples?
Yes and No.
Yes in that the PC samples are taken directly from the RailPro sound files that
you load into your models. The samples are compressed for the internet so the
RailPro sounds can sound better from that perspective. You should keep in
mind that your PCs speakers may be much larger than your model speakers and that
can have a significant impact on overall sound. However, in G Scale
locos, you can put speakers in that are similar in size to common PC speakers
and since the LM-3S-G has up to 13 Watts of power it
can sound very much like your PC playing these samples and possibly even sound better!
If you preview the sounds on a smart phone, tablet, or laptop with smaller
speakers, the sound form even HO models with good speakers can sound better.
Do you plan to add more sounds?
continue, and plan to continue to improve and add more sounds.
All sounds and sound availability are subject to change without