When you think about books on Porsche it probably brings to mind grainy black and white pictures from the Porsche archives coupled with high gloss artistic shots and pages upon pages of facts and stories. Well, Dieter Landenberger (head of Porsche’s archives) does just that and more in his latest book, Porsche Sounds.
Published by earBooks and available on Amazon or David Bull Publishing Porsche Sounds combines over 200 exquisitely designed and produced pages of information, pictures and stories from the Porsche archives with three CDs.
Porsche Sounds CD1 Technology
Two of the CDs contain compilations of driving music featuring everything from Deep Purple’s “Rapture of the Deep” to Mozart’s “Flötenkonzert”. However it’s the other disk, CD1 Technology that will interest most Porsche fans. Featuring exhaust notes from 30 different Porsches, these high quality recordings will transport you track-side as these Porsches roar past you in your living room (the video above is just one of the tracks you’ll find in Porsche Sounds). Turn up the volume and enjoy!
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