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PostSubject: IBU2 & Pro   Fri Mar 24, 2017 1:33 pm

Looking at MikeC because of his exposure, but does the IBU/2/2Pro/3 have reloading sounds? I was looking at the IBU2/Pro versions and note the highly customizable sound files and such, but did not see anything regarding "reloading" or do you have that as part of the gun firing sound effect?

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Heavy tank shoots every 9 seconds.
Do you have the short Cannon wav file, and a separate reload file? Or a 9 second Combined file?
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PostSubject: Re: IBU2 & Pro   Fri Mar 24, 2017 4:52 pm

Mike, I didn't really pay attention to it and just use whatever that is on the SD card, however, I did make a new file by combining sound files as I needed a 38cm rocket launcher sound for my StrumTiger, so I combined two files together which includes the flight sound of the rocket. The sound file is actually longer than the reload time.

Here is the result: (Trying doing this on a Clark board......  :-)

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