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Douglas DC-4/C-54 HD-Audio
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Douglas DC-4/C-54 HD-Audio

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Engines:4
Pratt & Whitney R-2000 Twin Wasp Radials (1,300-1,450 HP) Depending on Fuel Octane.

{Interior & 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}.
Tech Notes:Engines 1-4 are independently controllable.
*I have included a separate set of engine cockpit sounds with less bass as an option depending on your sound equipment*

Compiled from real world recordings for a truly immersive sound experience inside and outside the aircraft.
Sound Features Include:
Long Coughing Start Up
Shut-down
Roll
Wind
Airframe Vibrations
Prop Trill
Prop Flutters
Fuel Pump
Stall/Airframe Stress
Flaps
Exit/Open/Close
Gear/Up/Down
Touch-down
Heavy Bass Flyby/Distance Doppler--> (Drone Heard Miles From The Airport).

After the DC-4E proved to be complicated to maintain and uneconomical, Douglas responded to the Eastern and United requests for a smaller and simpler replacement. Before the definitive DC-4 could enter service, the outbreak of World War II caused production to be channeled to the United States Army Air Forces whose aircraft were designated C-54 Sky-master, with US Navy aircraft designated Douglas R5D. The first, a C-54, flew from Clover Field in Santa Monica, California on 14 February 1942.

The DC-4's tricycle landing gear allowed its fuselage to have a constant cross-section for most of its length, so it could easily be stretched into the later DC-6 and DC-7. 1,163 C-54/R5Ds were built for the United States military between 1942 and January 1946; 79 DC-4s were built postwar.

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