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Old 06-01-2012, 09:06 PM
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I'm not sure what those would do for us. They dealt with the sound of the model cutting through the air, not the motor sounds.

At any rate, we could provide the ability to artificially pitch the motor sounds up or down to fit a certain RPM range. But that's the same thing gibson is talking about doing by manually adjusting the file name so that a recording of RPM A is being used to represent RPM B, where RPM A != RPM B. It wouldn't actually solve any of the problems I described above. Basically, you just get to choose between them: either the samples get stretched and sound bad for that reason, or they sound like the unmodified recording but the pitch is incorrect.

The real answer is to avoid using motor sound profiles beyond their intended RPM range.
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