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Fly The Maddog update 1.1b123 released.

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Ok looking change log 😏. I was figuring there would be more after 5 months. Still nothing on sound fixes. Why is it so difficult to fix the sounds? 

******1.1b123 - 27/11/2022******
MSFS2020 edition

>>>>[NEW]
- GSX Pro integration;
- Simbrief integration for automatic download of latest OFP from EFB;

>>>>[FIXED]
SYSTEMS

- fixed issue with autoland align mode;
- fixed issue that caused FMS in descent to slow down to 250kt below FL100 even if restriction was cancelled;
- fixed issue in Load Manager where in some cases routes created with the LM where not availables as coroute in the FMS;
- fixed issue with cockpit flood light;
- fixed issue in fms not loading approaches in certain airports;
- cabin pax light now dimmed also when seat belt switch on, reduced lights when dimmed (when off ground);
- improved holdings;
- added all missing ACARS pages;
- added weather clients for METAR/ATIS (VATSIM/IVAO) and CPDLC;
- added printing of ACARS message to physical printer or Pushover app;
- OFP selection in EFB is now from a sorted list of files;
EFFECTS
- fixed issue with effects with latest MSFS version;
- reworked contrails effect;
3D MODEL
- fixed hole in the upper left vc window border;
- fixed issue with missing reflections in instruments glass;
DOCUMENTATION
- updated User Manual, Quick Guide and EFB Manual;
OTHER
- added tray application MDClient to overcome limitation of the sandboxed environment;
- removed routes folder from the aircraft folder, the common routes folder under Maddog X Files it is now used;
- moved PM calls and attendant voices to the 'VOICES' slider in MSFS;
- improved first-load MSFS compile time.

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Just tried to download the update but apparently SimMarket is down for maintenance. 

Dear Customer,
due to maintenance work, the shop is closed. We are back as soon as possible!
The simMarket-Team.

SimMarket is back up. 

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Seems like a healthy list of fixes to me.  If you want better sounds I highly recommend FTsim.  It’ll cost you a couple bucks, but well worth it.  I use his sound packs for the King Air and Caravan too.

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any one know if theyre working on the -83? 


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47 minutes ago, Gilandred said:

 If you want better sounds I highly recommend FTsim.

I don't see any sound packages for the Maddog on the FTsim site.


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1 hour ago, Wise87 said:

I don't see any sound packages for the Maddog on the FTsim site.

You might need to be their patreon subscriber first before you can see it.


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12 minutes ago, Gilandred said:

You might need to be their patreon subscriber first before you can see it.

Nope, not there and not on their upcoming list. Not sure why you suggested it if it doesn't exist. I'm sure if they had one available the community would have spread the word as the interior sounds of the 2020 Maddog need some love. 

Thanks anyway. 

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14 minutes ago, Wise87 said:

Nope, not there and not on their upcoming list. Not sure why you suggested it if it doesn't exist. I'm sure if they had one available the community would have spread the word as the interior sounds of the 2020 Maddog need some love. 

Thanks anyway. 

Patreon isn't too user friendly to non members. Some owners completely lock product listings so you can't see details/descriptions and pictures unless you are subbed to their Patreon.

As Gilandred has already stated.

This is to prevent scamming and stolen fraudulent listings. 

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6 minutes ago, Wise87 said:

Nope, not there and not on their upcoming list. Not sure why you suggested it if it doesn't exist. I'm sure if they had one available the community would have spread the word as the interior sounds of the 2020 Maddog need some love. 

Thanks anyway. 

Well, I just downloaded and installed it about an hour ago, so it most certainly exists.  Here’s what it is from their website.
 

# INFO :

  • MD-80 Sound Addon for MSFS 2020 

 

# What's inside :

  • PW JT8D Engine sounds
  • Battery , Avionics and AC sounds (Cockpit/Cabin)
  • Exterior_Env : Wind , Rain , Drag , Gear_Door , Touchdown , Roll

 

# What's New :

v1.14 (07/Nov/2022)

  • Minor Tweaks on the Pitch settings of the Engines Sounds
  • Louder interior idle noises
  • Older Fix added for the Warning sounds Position .
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When I get back home I’ll look for the Patron link. It least on my end I saw no reference in becoming one. Thanks

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4 hours ago, Gilandred said:

Seems like a healthy list of fixes to me.  If you want better sounds I highly recommend FTsim.  It’ll cost you a couple bucks, but well worth it.  I use his sound packs for the King Air and Caravan too.

Well for an add-one that costs 90€, I would expect it not to need an "additional" sound package. 

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1 hour ago, omarsmak30 said:

Well for an add-one that costs 90€, I would expect it not to need an "additional" sound package. 

Your point is valid. However if one really likes flying the md-80 it’s a no brainer to spend another couple bucks and go all in. Yeah I get it. They over priced it and it is basically a port. But I still love the plane 


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To be fair to Leonardo, the real Maddog sounds like a closet from the flight deck. You BARELY hear the engines, and that's during take-off. My first time up front I remember thinking "This is like a dead-stick take-off."

The exterior soundset on the product is pretty lackluster, so Leonardo doesn't have any excuse there, but their cockpit sounds are far more realistic than all these payware soundpacks that make it sound like you're flying the 737 Advanced. Just my 2 cents about the soundset.

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31 minutes ago, WestAir said:

To be fair to Leonardo, the real Maddog sounds like a closet from the flight deck. You BARELY hear the engines, and that's during take-off. My first time up front I remember thinking "This is like a dead-stick take-off."

The exterior soundset on the product is pretty lackluster, so Leonardo doesn't have any excuse there, but their cockpit sounds are far more realistic than all these payware soundpacks that make it sound like you're flying the 737 Advanced. Just my 2 cents about the soundset.

While true I prefer to hear the engines. Using a computer we do not get to experience the full experience and vibrations. So I’d rather hear them. 

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What I have done with the FTSim soundpack is edit the sound.xml as the flightdeck sounds are far too loud and unrealistic. All you need to do is fine the MD80 SP mod in the sound.xml file and edit the CombR=false CombL=false. Do the same for IntakeL & R and Shut and Start. Doing this will remove the sounds of the engines from the flightdeck making for a more realistic experience, atleast I prefer it over it sounding like the engines are right behind you.

Pair with FSRealistic and you have yourself I good soundset for the Maddog.

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