Realism Series - Muscle Car Sound GTA 4 Mod
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Title: Realism Series - Muscle Car Sound
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Category: /Mods/Sounds

Author: ces

Date: 18.07.2012 | 8807 Downloads
Filesize: 0.614 MB

Rating:
6.44 based on 174 votes

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7/17/2012 v1.0

Author: ces

Video preview here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOaXLc4Y7UY

Important info:
- To install this sound mod you will need SparkIV
- Don't forget to back up your files
- Sound mods work with all GTA4 & EFLC patches

About this mod:
The muscle car sound plays differently with each vehicle that uses MUSCLE_CAR_3.ivaud, for the best muscle sound, use the Sabre 2 (rusted), Sabre GT, Vigero, or Ruiner.

Features:
- New muscle car sound
- vehicles.ide gives new muscle car sounds to Ruiner, Buccaneer, and Sabre

Installation:

1. Place MUSCLE_CAR_3.ivaud in this directory using SparkIV

Directory for GTA IV:
- "Grand Theft Auto IV > pc > audio > sfx > streamed_vehicles.rpf > MUSCLE_CAR_3.ivaud"

Directory for Episodes from Liberty City:
- "EFLC > pc > audio > sfx > streamed_vehicles.rpf > MUSCLE_CAR_3.ivaud"

2. Place vehicles.ide in this directory

Directory for GTA IV:
- "Grand Theft Auto IV > common > data > vehicles.ide"

Directory for Episodes from Liberty City:
- "EFLC > common > data > vehicles.ide"

3. Close SparkIV and start up GTA4
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badm3n
"Vic"
Vic
Comments: 2
17.08.2012, 23:15

I have a General Question about sound mods. How do you convert the wave files to the right format? when i do it, it always says wrong PCM or not 16 bit, but it is the right format. what audio programs are you using