Releases · June 30, 2020
Announcing the second commercial sound package to be released under our own banner; the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird. The performance of this aircraft is unparallelled and now it sounds good too :)

Releases · May 06, 2020
In this blog article we introduce our first commercial sound package "FMOD Experience: Cessna 172". Hopefully the first of many :)

Releases · December 18, 2019
We are proud to have been involved in the Milviz King Air 350i project. One of (if not) the most detailed turboprop aircraft available for Prepar3D.

Releases · November 30, 2019
After a long time in the making... the vFlyteAir Cessna 150 is now available for X-Plane 11. This project was a joy for us to work on and raises the bar for immersive sound environments. Please see the full article for more information and short promotional video.

Releases · May 02, 2019
With the release of the Northrop T-38C Talon by Milviz, our first commission build is now available for all to enjoy. In close cooperation with the developer we were able to create a highly realistic sound environment with all the bells and whistles customers expect and then some. From screaming General Electric J85-5Rs to Bitchin' Betty, it's all there!

Releases · February 05, 2019
SimAcoustics proudly presents its first release; the simulation of a Pratt & Whitney R-1830 radial engine as found on the Douglas C-47/DC-3! The release actually comprises two freeware packages, one for FSX/P3D and one for X-Plane 11. Truth be told... the FSX/P3D version has been around for a while, but both iterations are strongly related. More on this in the full article.


Born out of passion for aircraft engine noise, SimAcoustics was established in 2019 to cater to the needs of add-on developers for modern flight simulator software such as Flight Simulator X, Prepar3D and X-Plane. In 2020 we added ready made sound packages for end-users to our portfolio.


No matter the scenario, our goal is to immerse the end-user through highly authentic sound environments that push the limits of the respective sound system.


Want to have a listen? Check out our channel on YouTube!