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    Boeing PM Sounds Add on "Nbump"

    The nbump for pm sounds is pretty good for a freebie - it realy does add more realism to your sim dont you agree guys?

    Hope to see more like it, sound is a major priority in any sim for maximum realism!

    Geremy

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    P.S if you havn't downloaded it from the download page yet definately worth doing!!!

    Thanks for uploading NicD

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    I found that the file 'as-is' is a bit loud, but I realize I can reduce it's sound. Thanks again Nic for making it available!
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    Reason its a bit loud is because its coming out of a spare speaker hidden under the floor. Eventually it will be pumped through the subwoofer and shakers too ... one day !
    Nic D'Alessandro
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    More explanation.

    I won't be home for a few, what is an nbump? What sound does it represent? I can't download for mysself right now. And also, Tomlin, how do you adjust the volume?

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    Hi, Ak49er

    basically "nbump" is an addon for the free PM sounds software you can download from Proj. Magentha site on the downloads page. You will first need to download PM sounds from there and install it on your computer then "Nbump" can be downloaded from our download page as an extra. Just install this into the already installed pmsounds/sounds folder in your computer, then your done. You can adjust the volume in PM sounds sofware via an icon on your computer from intallation.

    Hope this helps -

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    Simpler

    No, man I mean what is the sound a turbulence bump? A bump on the taxiway? A bump form breaking the sound barrier? J/J

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    Its the sound a heavy jet makes when its nosewheel goes over a light embedded in a taxiway or runway. It's suprisingly very loud in many aircraft.
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