sounds in fh for planes and some other things -1 reply

  • 1
  • 2

Please wait...

Lt.General.Rodkeif

.50 cal Thompson

50 XP

6th July 2005

0 Uploads

138 Posts

0 Threads

#1 13 years ago

I wanted to know if the stuka can get a new sound because its vanilla bf sound does not go with the siren that was made for it(siren for it is badass:smokin: :D ).also the Il-2 needs a new sound and mg34,sbd as well.:) I like the sounds some bg42 for the stuka,Il-2(that one is cool:D )and the sbd.




wjlaslo

I've defected to the Pies

50 XP

13th August 2004

0 Uploads

2,762 Posts

0 Threads

#2 13 years ago

There is a siren for the Stuka already. Turn up your sound quality and you will hear it. MG34, I am all for adopting FH Realism's MG34 sounds, but NOT the MG42. Their sound for it was too "soft" feeling. I want to have the feeling that I am behind a monster of an MG. I am fine with the engine sounds of the SBD and Il-2.




Karst

I chose an eternity of this

50 XP

6th January 2005

0 Uploads

4,505 Posts

0 Threads

#3 13 years ago

Well, all DICE sounds have to be removed for FH2 anyway, don't know how many are still in....




SciComHam

Now with more red

50 XP

28th November 2004

0 Uploads

935 Posts

0 Threads

#4 13 years ago

There is one of those japanese bunker things in songhua stalemate. So much for not using any old stuff. Maybe the siren can replace the flares?




wjlaslo

I've defected to the Pies

50 XP

13th August 2004

0 Uploads

2,762 Posts

0 Threads

#5 13 years ago

No, I don't think it was an activated system. In my reckoning it was just a giant whistle, and when the Stuka (or Sucka) gained speed up to a certain point (in its dive) the air in the whistle would be moving fast enough to "blow" on it, and make its sound.




Karst

I chose an eternity of this

50 XP

6th January 2005

0 Uploads

4,505 Posts

0 Threads

#6 13 years ago
wjlasloNo, I don't think it was an activated system. In my reckoning it was just a giant whistle, and when the Stuka (or Sucka) gained speed up to a certain point (in its dive) the air in the whistle would be moving fast enough to "blow" on it, and make its sound.

I think that's right, and that's just how it is right now. I like it a lot in FH actually...it strikes fear in the hearts of the enemy!




Neighbor Kid

Pro Sherman Tanker

50 XP

31st July 2004

0 Uploads

1,334 Posts

0 Threads

#7 13 years ago

i want tanks to have a new sound. along with cars and trucks! some guns doo need a new sound. also i wish but i think the engine halts it that that te sound should he heard frmo a good distance!




Lt.General.Rodkeif

.50 cal Thompson

50 XP

6th July 2005

0 Uploads

138 Posts

0 Threads

#8 13 years ago

i can hear the siren but i meant the enigne sound for the stuka,sbd,and Il-2.the sounds for the stuka and Il-2 are the best from bg42.also the siren was turned on by a small propeller on one of the spats,the siren was turned on by a locking thing on propeller that unlocked and propeller started spinning and siren then goes off.lol




Frederf

I take what n0e says way too seriously

50 XP

2nd March 2004

0 Uploads

2,156 Posts

0 Threads

#9 13 years ago

Correct me if I'm wrong but the siren was actually engaged before bombing strictly for that noise. Psycological warfare.




FactionRecon

11PzG Grunt

50 XP

4th August 2003

0 Uploads

3,889 Posts

0 Threads

#10 13 years ago

No, the air intake system was designed to make a very loud and frightening whistle when the air rushed through it fast enough. They made it in the name of Psycological Warfare as you said, but it did not have to be "engaged" so to speak. When the pilot started diving to make and attack the plane gained speed, set off the divehorn with the air-speed, and scared the shit out of anybody on the ground.




  • 1
  • 2