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Discussion in 'Land' started by Born 2 Drive, Nov 8, 2020.
Nothing here until I feel the need to upload a newer version. Stay tuned though
the lower rpms could use some work, but the higher rpms sound really damn good.
Thanks! Which vehicle are you experiencing the lower rpms not sounding as good? just so I can work on it
i really like the covet-
Marvellous. Can you provide a list of the games where you got the audio files from?
Well, I got the exhaust sounds from Street Legal Racing Redline (SLRR) and the rest were either ones I recorded myself or from a brilliant website called freesound.org
The sounds sound so good!
they sound kinda muddy and vague under around 4000 on both pessimas at least, maybe trying some different samples for that range would fix it
high rpms sound almost perfect though!
Yeah, I've noticed this as well. Not quite sure what's causing this. I could try using a different EQ filter on the lower rpm sound files and see if that fixes it
Right so I'm currently working on an update that adds full support for the Miramar
i can provide some engine samples i don't know how to get it work as a mod but ik the diffrent rpm audio samples
Ok, is it possible for you to post them in a zip on this thread?
Ok, so now for the first update of this mod which adds full support for the Miramar and 200BX.
REMOVE OLD VERSION BEFORE INSTALLING THIS ONE
Now I'm working on adding V6 sounds to the modern Pessima and am completely re-thinking the Sunburst sounds.
do the sounds still work if i remove the exhaust or put header stacks on?
the 200bx souds like flat out 1 pepper
I actually agree lol. I'm planning on updating the 200BX sounds to give a more realistic sound. But for now, enjoy the 1 pepper!
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Yes they will. A big update is coming, if I can juggle this plus life a bit more efficiently!
Just a quick note - sound of the Pessima could use some improvement. Sounds more like the Vivace i3 than a typical 4-banger at low RPM, and sounds like a higher -revving engine than it actually is, almost like a Honda D-series VTEC.