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Back To The Future: San Andreas Delorean Sound Pack

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Hello everyone!

I created a sound pack for BTTF: SA from various sounds. This might be useful in 0.2f?

Downloads in download section at the bottom of this post:

Version 1:

http://youtu.be/AGOCvAwwIX0

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New sounds used:
New Cutscene Time Travel Sound
New Mr. Fusion Sound
New Time Circuit Keypad Sounds
New Time Circuit Off Sound
New Delorean Accelerate Sound
New Delorean Engine Off Sound
Sounds taken from BTTF: The Game and the BTTF Trilogy Movies.
UPDATE: Version 2 has more accurate delorean acceleration in game.
UPDATE: Version 3 is out!
http://youtu.be/K4qy30ntUZc
V3 includes:
3 Door Opening Sounds
Engine Off Sound
Engine On Sound
2 Hover On Sounds
Hover Off Sound
Time Circuit Keypad Number Sounds
Time Circuit Keypad Enter Sound
Time Circuit On Sound
Time Circuit Off Sound
2 Mr. Fusion Open Sounds
Mr. Fusion Refuel Sound
Cutscene Reentry Sound
Delorean Engine Idle Sound taken from a real delorean (Thanks Mike)!
Delorean Acceleration Sound
Delorean Engine Rev Sound
Door Closing Sounds
Please read the readme file. Good luck!
All sounds were taken from the BTTF Movie, Telltale Games, or GTA SA itself (except for the delorean idle sound and part of one of the hover on sounds).
Credits go to uokka for his hover on sound, which I mixed in with the Telltale one.
UPDATE: Added Movie sound pack, with sounds extracted from the BTTF movies!
http://youtu.be/nf65K41Q8Ts
The movie sound pack includes the following:
1 Delorean Door Sound from each of the three BTTF movies
4 Engine Off Sounds
2 Engine On Sounds
GENRL Vehicle Sounds (Not changed from Delorean Sound Pack V3)
2 Hover Mode On Sounds
1 Hover Mode Off Sound
Time Circuit Keypad Sounds
Time Circuit On Sound
Time Circuit Off Sound
Time Circuit Enter Sound
2 Mr. Fusion Open Sounds
Mr. Fusion Refilling Sound
3 Cutscene Reentry Sounds
4 Time Travel Sparks Sounds
DOWNLOAD SECTION:
Download Version 1: http://goo.gl/InrNPR
Download Version 2: http://goo.gl/Dpv8TZ
Download Version 3: http://goo.gl/WzCWMH
Download Movie Sound Pack (Version 4): http://goo.gl/qCB4kW
See you in the future!
-BTTFModMachine
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Sorry, but I am unable to see your video. :/

EDIT: Nevermind, it appears I'm having a connection problem with the Youtube servers.

EDIT 2: I just was able to see the video. Nice work! :D

The ironic thing is that I used the same engine sound for my SA mod, but I edited it to incorporate the Porsche 928 engine sound as in the film.

Here is actually a showcase video which I was going to post on the forum, but never did because Uokka and I updated the model.

At the time, Uokka and I were modifying the Crysis DeLorean to look like the BTTF II version along with having some nice modifications. In particular, these were textures and the process of adding real working lights to the car (as you can see at night).

We both always found it a little odd how the rearlamps didn't work on the Crysis conversions.

You can also hear the door and engine sound modifications which I've made in the video. ;)

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That model looks great!

There's some crackling in your video. Maybe that's just my computer.

I'm glad you liked the sounds!

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There's some crackling in your video. Maybe that's just my computer.

Indeed there is. :c

It has something to do with the file compression when it was uploaded to youtube. I wish I could fix it, but it was still bugged after multiple uploads at the time.

Your computer is just fine. ;)

I also have to give Uokka most of the credit for the model. At the time, I didn't know as much about Zmodeler as I do now, so I was more of the texture guy and he was more focused on the modeling.

Any thoughts on the sound effects I made (engine and door)? :P

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Your engine sound is interesting. I've never heard a delorean sound like it.

Funny, it's the same as yours, just with an added Porsche 928 rev at the end.

As you recall, the 928 was used for sound effects on the movie cars. ;)

EDIT: Perhaps it's the fact that I lowered the pitch a little. I did that such that it starts sounding as it did in the film rather than slightly higher pitched because SA tends to start engine sounds from a higher pitch and gradually lowers down to the original pitch of the sound file as you speed up.

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Sounds pretty nice, BTTFModMachine.

Do I hear some 'sliding wheels' sound at the end of each gear?

The bassy wormhole sound is nice. I wonder how it would sound if played with 3D audio opcode (feeling the distance).

RobertBlox, we have a nice pII crysis DeLo.

:D

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When you change gears ,that sound keeps replaying and replaying, is there like way to combined 2 sounds? Its just annoying :/

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For those who have an idea of what a delorean engine idle sounds like, I need your help. I'm trying to find an accurate delorean engine idle sound to include in my next Delorean sound pack. All Telltale sound experiments failed. I found this:

http://www.freesound.org/people/HazMattt/sounds/146186/

Can someone tell me if this engine sound is accurate enough?

Thanks.

-BTTFModMachine

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It must have a custom exhaust on it as that's a bit too heavy on the bass to be a stock delorean.

Here is mine, although I think you'd want better quality than a camera phone video. But it will give you an idea of what a stock delorean should sound like at idle.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=Glh_TaTSP1A

http://youtube.com/watch?v=Glh_TaTSP1A

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Are these any good to you? Recorded today with a proper microphone.

Engine idle with microphone placed just above the rear louver:

http://bttfhillvalley.co.uk/delorean/R09_0001.wav

Engine idle with microphone placed down between the exhaust tips (slight noise at the start as I moved the microphone into position - I would chop off the first 5 seconds):

http://bttfhillvalley.co.uk/delorean/R09_0002.wav

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Nice sounds!

Basically they seem to be really good but here comes my usual moaning..

What buggs me is that the transition between some sounds Is interrupted by a short period of silence and/or you hear the 'cut'.

Some sounds are too loud / much louder than others.

The boost sounds as if it will die soon. O.o

As always, this is meant to be constructive criticism. Good job so far.

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I should have mentioned I meant the engine sounds. Didn't you replaced the sound banks via SAAT?

If you attach audio to a vehicle or location via CLEO, it won't be so super loud as like when just played mono.

Well, in CLEO I didn't noticed much of a difference when setting a sounds volume.. Maybe all sounds should be adjusted manually then.

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The new sounds seem pretty good. :)

The DeLorean idle seems a bit loud and high pitched though. Try to lower the pitch and volume, I think this would improve it a bit.

Also, would that happen to be the model of the Toyota SR5 wheel I gave you on Marty's 4x4 in the video? :P

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I adjusted the volume of the engine idle sound to match another engine idle sound's volume from another sound pack. The engine idle clip's pitch needs to be increased by 17% in order to sound normal in game. Compare the in game engine pitch with the second clip Mike posted of his delorean engine. They sound about the same. :thumbs:

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Hey clever work. :thumbup:

how do you make the Uokka hover with Delorean wheels. can you tell me?

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