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FSW Cessna 441 Conquest ll - No touchdown sound in landing.

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Hi! Flysimware Team,

 

I am starting to fly with C441 and I noticed that when I landed this plane on runway there are no touchdown sound, could you give a tip for solve this issue?

 

Thanks,

 

JL

 

My system:

 

W10

P3D v3.4

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I just tried it: The sounds are there, just very quiet, and maybe I can only hear them because I already reduced the engine volume.

Your best chance for hearing them might be an engine-out landing (which I tried, too) :)

And I tried it once with an external view, with that I didn't hear any touchdown sounds.

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I'm asking this question again in a new post.  I can't believe the T/O and LND sounds are more or less absent.

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New external engine sounds for the 441: http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?CatID=fsxsnds&DLID=189658

And I have copied FSW441gearup.wav and FSW441geardown.wav from the MU-2B, and reduced the volume for all TPE331*.wav files using Audacity as described in http://www.avsim.com/topic/282671-tutorial-lowering-vc-engine-sounds/

 

For a more noisy tochdown sound you could edit your sound.cfg and use the settings from the MU-2B:

[CENTER_TOUCHDOWN]
filename=bmtouch4
flags=0 
viewpoint=1
minimum_volume=16000
maximum_volume=18000


[LEFT_TOUCHDOWN]
filename=bmtouch4
flags=0
viewpoint=1
minimum_volume=16000
maximum_volume=18000


[RIGHT_TOUCHDOWN]
filename=bmtouch4
flags=0
viewpoint=1
minimum_volume=16000
maximum_volume=18000
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New external engine sounds for the 441: http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?CatID=fsxsnds&DLID=189658

And I have copied FSW441gearup.wav and FSW441geardown.wav from the MU-2B, and reduced the volume for all TPE331*.wav files using Audacity as described in http://www.avsim.com/topic/282671-tutorial-lowering-vc-engine-sounds/

 

For a more noisy tochdown sound you could edit your sound.cfg and use the settings from the MU-2B:

 


[CENTER_TOUCHDOWN]
filename=bmtouch4
flags=0 
viewpoint=1
minimum_volume=16000
maximum_volume=18000


[LEFT_TOUCHDOWN]
filename=bmtouch4
flags=0
viewpoint=1
minimum_volume=16000
maximum_volume=18000


[RIGHT_TOUCHDOWN]
filename=bmtouch4
flags=0
viewpoint=1
minimum_volume=16000
maximum_volume=18000

 

yes thanks for that, have been trying a similar thing, could you have a look at the roll out sounds in the config file, not to sure if the link is correct.

 

Some of my sound files, flaps & landing gear didn't play any sound track on the wave files so had to swap those as well.(from the 402)

 

Apart from these minor points realy enjoying the c441,

bob

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The flaps and gear sounds are set to have no sounds because in the real aircraft you can't hear them. 

My tech guy insisted i do this. But i now realize what if the engine just cut off you might here them. So i plan to add them at a low volume.

 

And i am going to test the landing sounds as i noticed they were there but very quiet. I will try the code posted above.

 

By the way 10,000 is the max you can set maximum volume.

 

We have a new version coming soon with 2 GTN 750 units.

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The flaps and gear sounds are set to have no sounds because in the real aircraft you can't hear them. 

My tech guy insisted i do this. But i now realize what if the engine just cut off you might here them. So i plan to add them at a low volume.

 

And i am going to test the landing sounds as i noticed they were there but very quiet. I will try the code posted above.

 

We have a new version coming soon with 2 GTN 750 units.

Thanks for reply.

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