Includes sounds for four Twin-row, 14-cylinder Pratt & Whitney R-1830 “Twin Wasp” radial engines as found on the B-24 Liberator.
Tech Notes: If used in conjunction with the Virtavia B-24 aircraft each engine is independently controllable. Interior and exterior audio samples were recorded from their respective positions. Fine tuned so each stage of the RPM power band is accurately represented. No Cross Channel Phasing.
Compiled from real world recordings for a truly immersive sound experience inside and outside the aircraft. Fine tuned so each stage of the RPM power band is accurately represented.
Sound Features Include:
- Long Coughing Start Up
- Prop Trill
- Prop Flutters
- Fuel Pump
- Stall/Airframe Stress
- Heavy Bass Flyby/Distance Doppler–> (Drone Heard Miles From The Airport).
The Consolidated B-24 Liberator was an American heavy bomber, designed by Consolidated Aircraft of San Diego, California. It was known within the company as the Model 32, and a small number of early models were sold under the name LB-30, for Land Bomber. The B-24 was used in World War II by several Allied air forces and navies, and by every branch of the American armed forces during the war, attaining a distinguished war record with its operations in the Western European, Pacific, Mediterranean, and China-Burma-Indi Theaters.