Airbus 321 Neo Interior Sound Library
Royalty Free Sound LibraryAirbus 321 NEO
Specs: 12 files • 24 bit / 96 kHz • 1.2 GB
Duration: Approx. 37 Minutes
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New aircraft interior sound effects Airbus NEO 321
Our visa in Turkey was about to expire and we had to find a new temporary home. Malta is just a 2.5-hour flight from Turkey and a country we’ve both never been to.
Malta requires a negative Covid-19 test and after we got our negative results we booked the tickets, the hotel, and Airbnb.
The flight was scheduled for 8:30 a.m. and it started snowing the day before.
After checking in and boarding the plane, the pilot informed us that the wings needed to be de-iced. This is the only way to guarantee a safe flight.
How much it costs to de-ice an airplane?
It’s not cheap and if you fly with an almost empty plane there is no profit left. We flew in a new Airbus 321 Neo and depending on how many gallons it takes, it could cost around $6,000. The de-icing process took between 10-15 minutes.
After recording this process and other interior sound effects, it was time to leave Istanbul.
It was still snowing outside and very windy. We could already anticipate that this start would be difficult.
Have you ever flown Southwest out of Orange County’s John Wayne Airport? If so, then you probably know the feeling of sitting in a rocket ship ready to launch into the sky. It was that feeling, but with more wind and snow.
It was definitely a new experience and I recorded the entire process. During the flight, I recorded several interior sections including when breakfast was served.
During Covid, some airlines may not give you food on short flights. On this flight, all passengers received a sealed paper lunch box. I recorded the sound of those rustling noises.
I later recorded the sound of descending and the entire landing process, including turning, wings out, wheels out. The touchdown was tough too. After reaching the landing site, the pilot immediately stepped hard on the brakes and the aircraft swung from left to right and back.
The stewardess immediately turned on the music and I stopped recording. We got off the plane and went to the health check and baggage claim.
I added these two recordings to the album as bonus tracks.
The field recorder I used
I recorded everything on the Zoom H1n and used the Soundman OKM Rockstudio microphones.
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