So, unless you’re one of those types of people who get a window seat next to the wing and simply close the blinds, you probably must’ve noticed that when the spoilers are deployed to slow down during approach, there is this deep sound which fills the cabin and the cockpit, often accompanied by a slightly turbulent ride. This sound is caused because of disturbed airflow over the wings when these spoilers are deployed.
I think it would be a neat feature to have in Infinite Flight as it adds to the realism of the audio aspects to the simulator.
In order to simulate this sound effect, I’ve made a little video of ILS 34R approach to YSSY, demonstrating the sound of the induced drag. The use of headphones is highly recommended as the sound effect is bass intensive, to which justice cannot be done by playing it with regular phone/tablet speakers.
Take a close look when I deploy the spoilers to help me slow down from 220 knots to 180 knots.
The way this would work is that the sound is activated when the in-flight spoilers are deployed only during flight. However, this sound is only audible in all the HUD views, the cockpit view and the cockpit-2 view and not in the outside views, similar to the way the flaps sounds currently work.