You know the saying "slow cooked meals are the best"? Well, the Milviz King Air 350i was on the stove for 5 years straight. The result being a turboprop aircraft which features unprecendented fidelity in systems and engine simulation. This add-on also comes with a high quality custom sound package... by SimAcoustics :)
The engine sounds push the Prepar3D sound system to the max with multiple samples per engine and generous use of sound cone technology. All to recreate an authentic PT6A-60 sound image for your listening pleasure.
In close cooperation with the Milviz development team, many custom sound effects have been added that bring the flightdeck to life. From systems buzzing to aural warnings to EGPWS callouts, it's all there. Check out the video on the right for a quick listen and head on over to the Milviz product page for more information.
Hello and welcome to the home of SimAcoustics on the internet! At SimAcoustics we're all about quality audio. We design and build sound environments for modern flight simulation software and specialize in recreating authentic engine sounds. Have a look around our website and let us take you on a journey into sound...
Our sound environments aim to provide the best possible audio experience. For us this means we focus on quality above all else.
We use high sample rate recordings in all our works. During editing and production, samples are continuously scrutinized for unwanted anomalies.
And no sound package leaves the hangar without a proper test flight!
"Remember that impressive takeoff that shook the ground? And what about that incredibly noisy helicopter ride from last year?"
We want to enable that kind of immersion through our sound environments.
With every release, we strive to meet or exceed the current "state-of-the-art". We continuously improve the accuracy of the sound model for the engine type at hand and seek to add novelty sound effects.
In addition, we also make sure we're using the latest technology available to develop our sound packages.
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