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Beta Old V8 Sound for the Burnside 1.0

An old rumbly V8, what could fit the Burnside better?

  1. TheRustyRagdoll
    You can now have an old, worn out V8 as your Burnside sound!!
    I made this sound mod because the Burnside reminds me of a Roadkill built Bel Air (at least the "Custom" config :p)
    To report problems, use the Discussion tab above!!
    BEWARE: This mod will most likely not work if you have a sound pack installed.
    TO FIX THIS: (Open the Sound pack's zip and backup/delete the "burnside" folder)



    Preview
    Came out a little weird, but it's done (and the sound's always low ffs);

    To Do »»»»»»
    -Rework the rev to idle transition;
    -Improve Rev sample;


    The sound itself, is of my own authorship.
    (Conversion and recording)


    I still have more sounds in the works which will be posted in the future.
    If you have anything to ask in particular, go ahead and throw me a PM :D
    Any comments or suggestions? Share them below!!:D

Recent Reviews

  1. xBeTox
    xBeTox
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Excellent! It gives even more atmosphere to Fernando's stripped car in F8 in the pack I'm making. Thanks!
  2. BonnieSFMXD
    BonnieSFMXD
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    This sound give a new life for burnside.Good job!
    1. TheRustyRagdoll
      Author's Response
      Thanks!
      Enjoy!
  3. matpol98
    matpol98
    3/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Realy like how this sounds mate, it does indeed fit the car very well. But as you mentioned yourself in the post, the transition between the idle and rev needs some work, but when that's sorted this will be a 5 star sound from me mate ;)
    1. TheRustyRagdoll
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the feedback.
      I appreciate that you read the description, you're awesome. :P
  4. Matiss
    Matiss
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Excellent mod again Rusty!! Another one I have been hoping for! Just a little problem, at 1000rpm, it sounds like it is revving severely at 2000rpm. Please fix this, it would make this a perfect mod for Beam.ng!!
    1. TheRustyRagdoll
      Author's Response
      Thanks!
      You say that at 1000 RPM it sounds like it's at double the RPM? How's that possible as the transition between the Idle and Rev sample occurs at said RPM making so you cannot hear any sounds between that transition period.
  5. on3cherryshake
    on3cherryshake
    3/5,
    Version: 1.0
    I give this an "average" rating.

    The sound quality itself is good, it's a good sample. Very clear, no pops. Good! But there's a gap at the 1,000 RPM mark, and it sounds like it's revving to about 2,000 RPM at max. Unfortunately this knocks the rating down.
    1. TheRustyRagdoll
      Author's Response
      If you wish to make professional like reviews, please read the description to avoid making yourself look like a fool.

      I clearly stated that the Rev sample needs a rework on the transition you talked about.

      Also, you say it sounds like it's revving at 2000 RPM at the engine's max, but it's actually accurate for the time period of the car, as V8's back then wouldn't go higher than 5500rpm (very rarely they'd cross 6000 on a sport/special model).

      Thanks for reviewing tho!
  6. WolfGT
    WolfGT
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Fits the burnside perfectly.
    1. TheRustyRagdoll
      Author's Response
      I also thought so myself!
      Thanks for the continuous support of my Sound Mods!
  7. Gnarlex™
    Gnarlex™
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Sounds amazing! You could work on the higher rpm's though, that is just my opininion, though. Still, it is a very good mod!
    1. TheRustyRagdoll
      Author's Response
      Thanks!
      I think the higher RPMs are the ones that sound better, so, what kind of "rework" are you referring to? More pitch? More Volume?
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