I'll tell you what gt3 is pretty close: the gtr.
Has that low powerful almost flat 6 sound of the real one
(There is an odd v8 rumble lower in the rpm, just stay above it and happy sailing )
The GT3 GTR uses at least two different (overlapping) samples for different rev ranges, the most prominent one (at high revs) is the one in question. It does have something sounding remotely 6 cylinder'ish down low, mixed with the old 4 cylinder sample.This is wrong. No car before gt5 used this sample, not even similar to it.
It does sound like a V12, just has a hint of a rather low pitched Gallardo to it. The rest of the sample is there and it's nice is my point, it just has that little annoying aspect of the sound. The entire selection of V12 Lambos that come after the Diablos are blatantly Gallardo like.If the Huayra sounds like a Gallardo then it must mean that it doesn't sound like a V12.
I insist, it does sound abit like a lower pitched Gallardo, but otherwise it's pretty good.
It does sound close, not perfect but close. But I don't want to start an argument...
The Lambo V12s aren't like the AMG V12s in the sound department, they would sound worse if they used the Zonda sample on them. The Lambo V12s have a really high pitch to them at the top ranges and sound more aggressive.I thought it was the same sample, but it is indeed a bit different. Still nothing like a V12. I think the Zonda C12 has the best V12 sample and they should've used it in the V12 Lambos.
The Lambo V12s aren't like the AMG V12s in the sound department, they would sound worse if they used the Zonda sample on them. The Lambo V12s have a really high pitch to them at the top ranges and sound more aggressive.
PD has quite the mess with the V12 powered cars. Very few of them sound accurate-ish, like the Huayra. And even the Huayra's too high pitched and almost sounds like a V10.It does sound closer than the sample they have now. I'm talking about the stock exhaust. There is something quite not right about that sound. It doesn't sound right on the Gallardo, and it doesn't sound right on it's modified version that the V12 Lambos have.
I don't know who takes care of these things in PD but it it obviously someone that has no clue about what they are doing. Proof is how they have ruined some cars that were right in GT4.
PD has quite the mess with the V12 powered cars. Very few of them sound accurate-ish, like the Huayra. And even the Huayra's too high pitched and almost sounds like a V10.
One of the major problems with GT's sounds and related physics is gear-shifting, in GT they're instantaneous on all cars, both hypercars and cars that are a half a century old. In fact in GT gear shift happen faster than even double clutch transmissions allow in the real world. In other games the various transmissions are modelled accurately so a Jaguar E-type sure as hell doesn't change gears as fast as an XKR-S.