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Aviation Sound Effects

F18 Flybys Sound – SFX Demonstration

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SFX for Games – Aviation

F18 Flybys sound from F-18 Hornet SFX

Demonstration of the F18 Flybys sound from the F-18 Hornet SFX sound library.

The library includes 33 audio files and the detailed PDF-instruction for developers on how to use it. Total duration: 16 min.

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The McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet is a twin-engine fighter and attack aircraft, supersonic, all-weather, carrier-capable, multirole combat jet.

The General Electric developed the F404 for the F/A-18 Hornet, shortly after losing the competition for the F-15 Eagle’s engine to Pratt & Whitney, and losing the Lightweight Fighter competition to the Pratt & Whitney F100 powered YF-16. For the F/A-18, GE based the F404 on the YJ101 engine they had developed for the Northrop YF-17, enlarging the bypass ratio from .20 to .34 to enable higher fuel economy. The engine was designed with a higher priority on reliability than performance. Cost was the main goal in the design of the engine.
The General Electric F404 engine connects to the airframe at only 10 points and can be replaced without special equipment. A four-person team can remove the engine within 20 minutes.

Some Interesting Facts About The McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet:

  • The jet was designed to be both a fighter and an attack aircraft. This plane was a way for the Navy to replace multiple single-mission aircraft with a jet that could do it all.
  • McDonnell Douglas introduced the F/A-18C and two-seat D in 1987.

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Aviation Sound Effects

F18 Startup Shutdown Sound – SFX Demonstration

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SFX for Games – Aviation

F18 Startup Shutdown sound from F-18 Hornet SFX

Demonstration of the F18 Startup and Shutdown sounds from the F-18 Hornet SFX sound library.

The library includes 33 audio files and the detailed PDF-instruction for developers on how to use it. Total duration: 16 min.

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The McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet is a twin-engine fighter and attack aircraft, supersonic, all-weather, carrier-capable, multirole combat jet.

The General Electric developed the F404 for the F/A-18 Hornet, shortly after losing the competition for the F-15 Eagle’s engine to Pratt & Whitney, and losing the Lightweight Fighter competition to the Pratt & Whitney F100 powered YF-16. For the F/A-18, GE based the F404 on the YJ101 engine they had developed for the Northrop YF-17, enlarging the bypass ratio from .20 to .34 to enable higher fuel economy. The engine was designed with a higher priority on reliability than performance. Cost was the main goal in the design of the engine.
The General Electric F404 engine connects to the airframe at only 10 points and can be replaced without special equipment. A four-person team can remove the engine within 20 minutes.

Some Interesting Facts About The McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet:

  • It first flew in 1978 and was introduced in 1983.
  • It can take off from aircraft carriers because of its special design.

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Aviation Sound Effects

F18 WarmUp Sound – SFX Demonstration

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SFX for Games – Aviation

F18 WarmUp sound from F-18 Hornet SFX

Demonstration of the F/A-18 WarmUp, changing RPM from Idle to Afterburner using the F-18 Hornet SFX sound library.

The library includes 33 audio files and the detailed PDF-instruction for developers on how to use it. Total duration: 16 min.

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The McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet is a twin-engine fighter and attack aircraft, supersonic, all-weather, carrier-capable, multirole combat jet.

The General Electric developed the F404 for the F/A-18 Hornet, shortly after losing the competition for the F-15 Eagle’s engine to Pratt & Whitney, and losing the Lightweight Fighter competition to the Pratt & Whitney F100 powered YF-16. For the F/A-18, GE based the F404 on the YJ101 engine they had developed for the Northrop YF-17, enlarging the bypass ratio from .20 to .34 to enable higher fuel economy. The engine was designed with a higher priority on reliability than performance. Cost was the main goal in the design of the engine.
The General Electric F404 engine connects to the airframe at only 10 points and can be replaced without special equipment. A four-person team can remove the engine within 20 minutes.

Some Interesting Facts About The McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet:

  • The F/A-18 can attack land and air targets.
  • The Hornet is flown by the Blue Angels.

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