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    Here is a tweaked version, with less volume for the AI, should make your own car sounds a little bit louder. http://www.mediafire.com/download/ih...+AI+volume.rar

    As for making a GUI to make it customizable for each individual, I do not use this kind of skill unfortunately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M4MKey View Post
    Here is a tweaked version, with less volume for the AI, should make your own car sounds a little bit louder. http://www.mediafire.com/download/ih...+AI+volume.rar
    Ah great! Thank you! I will give it a go as soon as I fire up my computer at home.
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    This version works a bit better for me.
    The AI made it a bit hard to hear my own car but now seems ok.

    Thanks for the quick response mate.
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    Ah, sorry, forgot to respond after testing the new setting. It's great now, I still can hear the Ai very clearly, but also can hear my own engine, even during the start! Thanks a lot for your effort M4MKey!
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    I concur, a lot better.
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    Is there any problem with this mod since patch 8?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TassyDevil View Post
    Is there any problem with this mod since patch 8?
    Looks like there is...
    Goes back to desktop after starting JSGME and activating sound mod.

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    No problem for me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TassyDevil View Post
    Looks like there is...
    Goes back to desktop after starting JSGME and activating sound mod.

    Hi there. This must be on your side. As I don't have any issues, like others ^^
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    Thanks for the mod M4MKey. I would just like to know what parameter in the xml files would decrease road noise ? Many thanks

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