Gerrits Tagebuch Vol. 64

Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Räikkönen would be in for a surprise and definitely would go for a spin.

In the 44th episode of Gerrit's diary the sensational breakthrough is finally achieved!

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The miniature Formula 1 cars drive a lap, brake before the corner and change lane for the very first time. The two chaotic programmers, Axel and Gerrit, test according to the "trial-and-error principle”, with low voltage and high current, passing maneuver, cornering and accelerating and braking on the test track.

Gerrit and Sven have been working on the topic of acceleration sounds for weeks. The engine sounds could be generated on the computer. However, the sounds generated by the software sound very synthetic. With the help of YouTube, Gerrit finally finds out how to produce natural sounding engine noises with simple analog devices.

In an office chair race with tin cans, the Wunderländer test how accelerating vehicles with different engines could create an acoustic atmosphere as the basic sound for the Formula 1 circuit.