The Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress sound fx collection includes 190 clips in 10.81 gigabytes of audio. It showcases the sound of the Sally B, a 1945 American heavy bomber with four Wright R-1820 Cyclone engines.
A total of 26 synchronized field recordings share 9 onboard and 9 exterior perspectives. The onboard microphones were placed in the cockpit, the bomb bay, nose, and engine to capture multiple steady RPMs and engine swells. Exterior microphones were arranged around the bomber and air strip to record fly overs, take offs, landings, and taxiing. Also included are performed effects of switches, cawl flaps, alarms, switches and more.
The collection includes Reaper and Pro Tools sessions for easy mixing, as well as full Soundminer, BWAV, and MacOS Finder metadata in every clip.