Boris Audio Works Releases Cirrus SR-22 Sound Set for MSFS
Known for their work on the freeware FlyByWire A32NX, and the Cirrus Sound Set for X-Plane, Boris Audio Works has released their Cirrus SR-22 sound set for Microsoft Flight Simulator, after 9 months of development and 50 hours of high fidelity recordings from a real airplane with an industry-standard microphone. It’s only compatible with the Deluxe Edition of MSFS, which has the SR-22 among the extra aircraft lineup.
The feature list follows down below:
-Interior and exterior engine sounds,
-Avionics and ventilation fans,
-Levers, buttons, and switches,
-Wind and cabin air vent whistle sounds,
-Differences of sound when on ground vs. in air,
-and much more.
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