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This sound library captures the authentic and vintage sounds of a Wilga 35H Floatplane export variant built in cooperation between Poland and Canada. The recordings were made in the 1980’s on a SONY beta recorder, a SONY AD/DA convertor using two Neumann KM184s in an XY pattern, recorded by the Fred, Manse and Geoff recording team and provided by RWM.
All recordings have been kept in their original form, without any major editing, to preserve the vintage character of the sounds. Even some voices from the recordists can be heard in some of the recordings.
The sound library includes a range of recordings from inside the cockpit, including the sounds of flaps, switches, levers, and other mechanical movements. In addition, the library features recordings of a starting engine, takeoffs, pass-bys, and landings on water, captured from different angles and positions both inside and outside the plane (check out the preview above to get an idea or take a look at the sound list).
These authentic and rare recordings cannot be found anywhere else, making them an invaluable resource for sound designers, audio professionals, and aviation enthusiasts alike.
Thanks a lot to the Fred, Manse and Geoff recording team and “RWM” for these diamonds!
53 recordings, 106 Files (L & R channel), 1.2 GB
Duration: ca. 134 Minutes
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High quality, WAV (48 Khz / 24 Bit)
Sound list included