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F16 Startup Shutdown Sound – SFX Demonstration

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F16 Startup Shutdown sound from F-16 Falcon SFX

Demonstration of the F16 Startup and Shutdown sounds from the F-16 Falcon SFX sound library.

The library includes 33 audio files and the detailed PDF-instruction for developers on how to use it. Total duration: 15 min.

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The F-16 Fighting Falcon entered service with the Pratt & Whitney F100 afterburning turbofan. The F110 currently powers 86% of the USAF F-16C/Ds.

The F110-GE-100 provides around 4,000 lbf more thrust than the F100-PW-200 and requires more air, which led to the increase in the area of the engine intake. The F-16C/D Block 30/32s were the first to be built with a common engine bay, able to accept both engines, with block 30s having the bigger intake and block 32s retaining the standard intake.

Initial orders were for the F110-GE-100 rated at 28,000 lbf (125 kN). Later versions of the F110 include the F110-GE-129 delivering 29,400 lbf (131 kN) thrust and the F110-GE-132 delivering 32,000 lbf.

Some Interesting Facts About The F-16 Fighting Falcon:

  • The F-16’s first flight was in 1974.
  • Most military pilots refer to the F-16 Falcon as the “Viper”, because of its similarities to the head of the snake.

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F16 WarmUp Sound – SFX Demonstration

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SFX for Games – Aviation

F16 WarmUp Sound from F-16 Falcon SFX

Demonstration of the F16 WarmUp, changing RPM from Idle to Afterburner using the F-16 Falcon SFX sound library.

The library includes 33 audio files and the detailed PDF-instruction for developers on how to use it. Total duration: 15 min.

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The F-16 Fighting Falcon entered service with the Pratt & Whitney F100 afterburning turbofan. The F110 currently powers 86% of the USAF F-16C/Ds.

The F110-GE-100 provides around 4,000 lbf more thrust than the F100-PW-200 and requires more air, which led to the increase in the area of the engine intake. The F-16C/D Block 30/32s were the first to be built with a common engine bay, able to accept both engines, with block 30s having the bigger intake and block 32s retaining the standard intake.

Initial orders were for the F110-GE-100 rated at 28,000 lbf (125 kN). Later versions of the F110 include the F110-GE-129 delivering 29,400 lbf (131 kN) thrust and the F110-GE-132 delivering 32,000 lbf.

Some Interesting Facts About The F-16 Fighting Falcon:

  • The F-15 was in production, but the Air Force knew it was too expensive to fill all their roles. The smaller, less expensive F-16 was the answer.
  • The F-16 was the first fighter jet to use a side-mounted control stick.

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F16 Flybys Sound – SFX Demonstration

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SFX for Games – Aviation

F16 Flybys Sound from F-16 Falcon SFX

Demonstration of the F16 Flybys sound using the F-16 Falcon SFX sound library.

The library includes 33 audio files and the detailed PDF-instruction for developers on how to use it. Total duration: 15 min.

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The F-16 Fighting Falcon entered service with the Pratt & Whitney F100 afterburning turbofan. The F110 currently powers 86% of the USAF F-16C/Ds.

The F110-GE-100 provides around 4,000 lbf more thrust than the F100-PW-200 and requires more air, which led to the increase in the area of the engine intake. The F-16C/D Block 30/32s were the first to be built with a common engine bay, able to accept both engines, with block 30s having the bigger intake and block 32s retaining the standard intake.

Initial orders were for the F110-GE-100 rated at 28,000 lbf (125 kN). Later versions of the F110 include the F110-GE-129 delivering 29,400 lbf (131 kN) thrust and the F110-GE-132 delivering 32,000 lbf.

Some Interesting Facts About The F-16 Fighting Falcon:

  • The F-16 was the first fighter jet to have a frameless bubble canopy, giving pilots a 40 degree look-down angle over the sides, and a 15 degree look-down angle over the nose.
  • The F-16 also was the first fighter jet to use a side-mounted control stick.

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F16 Cockpit WarmUp – SFX Demonstration

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F16 Cockpit WarmUp from F-16 Falcon SFX

Demonstration of the F16 Cockpit WarmUp using the F-16 Falcon SFX sound library.

The library includes 33 audio files and the detailed PDF-instruction for developers on how to use it. Total duration: 15 min.

Listen to the F-16 Falcon SFX entirely


 

The F-16 Fighting Falcon entered service with the Pratt & Whitney F100 afterburning turbofan. The F110 currently powers 86% of the USAF F-16C/Ds.

The F110-GE-100 provides around 4,000 lbf more thrust than the F100-PW-200 and requires more air, which led to the increase in the area of the engine intake. The F-16C/D Block 30/32s were the first to be built with a common engine bay, able to accept both engines, with block 30s having the bigger intake and block 32s retaining the standard intake.

Initial orders were for the F110-GE-100 rated at 28,000 lbf (125 kN). Later versions of the F110 include the F110-GE-129 delivering 29,400 lbf (131 kN) thrust and the F110-GE-132 delivering 32,000 lbf.

Some Interesting Facts About The F-16 Fighting Falcon:

  • The F-16’s fly-by-wire flight control system was the first of its kind.
  • The F-16 is relatively easy to service as well. 80% of the access panels pilot can open without using a ladder or stand.

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F16 Idle sound – F-16 Falcon SFX Library

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F16 Idle sound from F-16 Falcon SFX

The F16 Idle sound from the F-16 Falcon SFX sound library.

The library includes 33 audio files and the detailed PDF-instruction for developers on how to use it. Total duration: 15 min.

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The F-16 Fighting Falcon entered service with the Pratt & Whitney F100 afterburning turbofan. The F110 currently powers 86% of the USAF F-16C/Ds.

The F110-GE-100 provides around 4,000 lbf more thrust than the F100-PW-200 and requires more air, which led to the increase in the area of the engine intake. The F-16C/D Block 30/32s were the first to be built with a common engine bay, able to accept both engines, with block 30s having the bigger intake and block 32s retaining the standard intake.

Initial orders were for the F110-GE-100 rated at 28,000 lbf (125 kN). Later versions of the F110 include the F110-GE-129 delivering 29,400 lbf (131 kN) thrust and the F110-GE-132 delivering 32,000 lbf.

Some Interesting Facts About The F-16 Fighting Falcon:

    The F-16 was one of the first aircraft to utilize vortex lift at high angles-of-attack. The fuselage flares out ahead of the wing root, creating a small lifting surface.

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F16 Idle RPM Sound Front View – SFX

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SFX for Games – Aviation

F16 Idle RPM Sound Front View.

The F16 Idle RPM sound Front View from the F-16 Falcon SFX sound library.

The library includes 33 audio files and the detailed PDF-instruction for developers on how to use it. Total duration: 15 min.

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The F-16 Fighting Falcon entered service with the Pratt & Whitney F100 afterburning turbofan. The F110 currently powers 86% of the USAF F-16C/Ds.

The F110-GE-100 provides around 4,000 lbf more thrust than the F100-PW-200 and requires more air, which led to the increase in the area of the engine intake. The F-16C/D Block 30/32s were the first to be built with a common engine bay, able to accept both engines, with block 30s having the bigger intake and block 32s retaining the standard intake.

Initial orders were for the F110-GE-100 rated at 28,000 lbf (125 kN). Later versions of the F110 include the F110-GE-129 delivering 29,400 lbf (131 kN) thrust and the F110-GE-132 delivering 32,000 lbf.

Some Interesting Facts About The F-16 Fighting Falcon:

    The wing has a variable camber that is automatically controlled by the fly-by-wire system, significantly increasing maneuverability in highly-variable flight conditions.

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