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LtShadow posted a topic in ARMA 3 - ADDONS & MODS: COMPLETEIt is finally here, ladies and gentleman! After several months of waiting, implementing and overhauling - the sound mod for Firewill's F-16C/D Fighting Falcon is now in v1.0! Whoo hoo! To celebrate, I made a short video showcasing a taste of what it's like in-game. Huge shout out to the Air Combat Command guys (Dogs, Haze, Fett and Bomb) for helping me out with filming and MP testing. Also a big shout out to Laxemann, who helped me understand a few things about the new audio system and answered all of my questions. Here it is! There's been a LOT done to this aircraft since the initial video I released in October, which showcased what I've been working on, but the end result is an improvement I never thought we could make. A changelog is available below, if you're into that sort of thing. One thing that I'm still trying to get working is the low-pass filters and new stereo processors for use with this and future aircraft sound mods, it's on the wishlist - hopefully I can add it in a patch later down the road if we ever figure it out. Oh yeah, this will also be available for download on the ArmA 3 Workshop! This is a huge milestone for me and Shazer, so why not give this mod the full treatment? ;) Major features overview: Implemented several new soundsets to the aircraft Much more realistic interior Clearer / better sound samples for exterior Finally; If you encounter any other bugs, issues or have feedback that I would find constructive - please share it below or send me a message. DOWNLOAD! Steam Workshop: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?edit=true&id=1193740840 ArmAHolic: Coming Soon Google Drive: Server 1 --NOTES--- * This mod requires Firewill's F-16C/D Fighting Falcon mod, available on ArmAholic and the Steam Workshop. --CHANGELOG / MOD STATUS:-- Known issues: - Sometimes the plane is silent when flying over, think this is an ArmA scripting issue. *Wishlist* - Change pitch of idle based on throttle inputs (not sure how to do this) - Get distance filters to work properly (buggy, issues with implementing) - Stereo processors implementation (same as ^) v1.0.1 TWEAKS: - Increase volume on nearly all exterior samples - Tweaked shutdown/startup volumes. FIXES: - Fixed exterior shutdown sequence not working properly (incorrect file format) - Exterior idle_distant sample was not correctly defined. v1.0 - Successfully implement all new Jets DLC soundSets and Shaders - New idle samples - All new interior samples - New close proximity rear forsage (afterburner) sound - Low throttle distance sound - Frontal approach sound - Custom ranges set for some samples - New customized filters for current and future releases - Cleaned up config, new separated shader/set files - Interior / exterior idle volume increase - Eliminate noticeable exterior idle loop int/ext (0.7.8) - Mid-throttle sound for close proximity - New full throttle sounds (distance and forsage) - Implement "D" variant into config. - A lot of tweaks and fixes I can't fully list v0.4 (10-2017) - Implement shaders / sets into aircraft config. - Initial sound adjustments v0.2 (02-2016) - Firewill's F-16C varient release - Overhaul of all sound files - Added actuator sound upon thrust (exterior) - Added several high/low pass filters to interior for more realism - Exterior start-up sequence changed - Idle sound replaced - Exterior throttle up a/b added - Eden compatibility (currently trying to remove Firewill's afterburner scripted sound file as it just ruins the realism, will be added in a hotfix) v0.1 (04-2015) - Initial release for USAF Mod.
Hey there guys; Working on the F-16C sound mod and was curios to know how I could go about adding in environmental reverb to the sound sets / shaders in the mod? So when the aircraft is moving around the environment there is more of a "surround" effect? I think something like this would be a huge improvement for jets/helicopter audio as it would definitely enhance the soundscape in general, providing a more realistic sense of direction as well as being able to hear the aircraft's effect on buildings, trees and even fields. Thanks all!