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My fixes for Carenado Beech 18 sounds and FDE (how to video)

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Ok so I can't post these files as they are copyrighted but I can tell you how to do it.

Made a video hope this helps

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Bravo, well done! I like your results. She's much much better

I had to use AirWrench, which was different than inyour video, but it allowed me to discovered all manner of silliness in the AIR file. Looks like a lot of it was copied from another aircraft.

Being no expert I wasn't sure what I could change without ruining everything.

Just back from three TO and landings at gross weight from KEKA and I'm a happy boy. It's not perfect, perhaps a bit too heavy feeling, but sure seems more like the Twin Beech I remember.

To be clear, I haven't checked her against performance charts, with an engine out, up high, etc. But she feels right, now. And with Shupe's soun d files she sounds good. If Carfenado doesn't perform, at least we have a usable aircraft using one of these two methods.

Different strokes for different folks, your mileage may vary, take it or leave it, use it or not ... here's what I liked



I have a need for speed? Not. First aircraft I flew in, in the Navy!

Edited by Jim Young
Removed modified .air and .cfg file at request of OP.

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Looking at linked video i think sensitivity 0,7 is too low, as with such plane is a bit too heavy.

I would leave it at 0.9 or 1.0, but it is up to personal preference.



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