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  1. First of all; I AM against the way StarGT uses his ads. No, I do not want to HAVE to click to "How to get your thing bigger in no time" ads to download a mod. I am NOT against ads used the conventional way (Placed on the sidebar, menu, toolbar, etc), though. If starGT, however, wants to use his ads this way, I shall do nothing to stop him. It's his website, and his content. If I don't like them, I won't use it. If nobody likes them, nobody shall use it. But stop complaining.
  2. That\s not that bad, I've seen worse! The pitch-matching is perfect! In fact, I'd love to know how you did it! If only I could match samples like that! However, I have to disagree about the samples themselves being good. First they're too short, and due to the way they've been cut, you can hear about 2 or 3 ticks per second. My mod has the exact same issue, however the samples are quite long... Secondly, they have a very high compression rate (aka. Low kbp/s). I can hear the lack of any sound above 6k - 6.2k, and I know this isn't a LPF (Low Pass Filter) since it's a too harsh (usually when humans apply a LPF they keep it smooth, computers don't care ^.^), and it lacks bass. Did you, by any chance, download the samples off a youtube video with no HD option? Cameras usually have small electret microphones. These can deliver excellent results (They are even being used in Professional Measurement microphones), however, they have a small circuit attached to them, which needs 48 Volts to function. In cheap cameras though, all they get is 12 or 24. So the quality is dramatically lowered. The mic starts distorting, and doesn't pick up bass or highs. Not only that, but Youtube compresses audio a lot on non-HD videos to save bandwidth, totally ruining the quality.
  3. I'm probably going to do that one, thanks for the suggestion :)
  4. Glad you like it :) If you have any suggestions on future mods, please let me know ;)
  5. The mod has been released here forum.turboduck.net/threads/31277-Lamborghini-Gallardo-LP570-4-Sound-Mod?p=532659#post532659 :)
  6. Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 SL/SP - Soundmod (Make sure you back up all the files before replacing them with the modded ones!) Many thanks to Nobby for extracting the Forza samples! :) Sounds Replaced: Ferrari F430 Scuderia Spider M16 / Audi R8 Spyder V10 Current Version: v2.0 If you find any bugs or would like to suggest any improvements, feel free to comment below! :) TDU2-Ready (Sounds working and correctly pitched) High Quality Samples (From Forza, thank Nobby for that!) Adjusted Volume Levels No transition bugs Video: Download: http://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/27829088/LP570%20Sound%20Mod.rar And lastly: You may NOT modify and/or share this without my permission. Commercial use of this is Prohibited unless you buy me a lambo (lol) ...And enjoy ;) P.S. I will not allow me to post links, so if a Mod/Admin sees this, please fix the URLs. Thank you!
  7. The samples are from Forza 4 (Nobby got them for me, they're the same ones I used in my previous mod), but I have modified them (I'd say heavily). What makes it heavy sounding is a low-pass filter I used at about 8kHz... Everything above that was just fan/wind noise... - XENGS :)
  8. TDU2 SoundMod for the Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Spyder Performante and LP570-4 Superleggera. This is still WIP (Work In Progress)! Video:
  9. So Does anyone have a proper download link for this? Please? Nothing works...
  10. Does anyone have a proper download link for this? Please? Nothing works...
  11. Will this be released? And if it does, will it be able to change backfire settings (size, time, etc)
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