No motor sounds in Drone Simulator
I recently bought the RealFlight Drone Simulator and installed it on my PC. The issue is that there is no sound of the motors (I tried all the drones). No motor sounds when I lift off or move forward or backward. The motor sounds do come on intermittently when I push the aileron stick left or right (the sounds do not come on immediately when I move the aileron stick, but with a lag of 1-2 seconds, and are not continuous, they come and go). 

It is worth noting that the sound of the Drone hitting the ground always comes on. 

I uninstalled and reinstalled but no luck. My PC has decent specs (4770K 3.5Ghz, Nvidia 780T, 16GB Ram). Sound card drivers are up to date. 

Any clue, thanks for the help.
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Elliot Spike  https://diceus.com/outsourcing-romania-vs-ukraine/ :
I recently bought the RealFlight Drone Simulator and installed it on my PC. The issue is that there is no sound of the motors (I tried all the drones). No motor sounds when I lift off or move forward or backward. The motor sounds do come on intermittently when I push the aileron stick left or right (the sounds do not come on immediately when I move the aileron stick, but with a lag of 1-2 seconds, and are not continuous, they come and go). 

It is worth noting that the sound of the Drone hitting the ground always comes on. 

I uninstalled and reinstalled but no luck. My PC has decent specs (4770K 3.5Ghz, Nvidia 780T, 16GB Ram). Sound card drivers are up to date. 

Any clue, thanks for the help.

Any updates?
You might get a little more traction in a thread/on a site like this one:

https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?2967077-RealFlight-8%21-RF8-is-coming%21
Not necessarily, there's much more traffic on this forum, which means that it'll be easier for the request not to be noticed and to be buried under tons of new content...
I've been flying RC for well over 25 years.  The first thing i do when utilizing a flight simulator is turn down the volume. It becomes an annoying high pitched sound, and in the case of drones an annoying buzz.  They do not faithfully reproduce the sound.  Bill's suggestion of asking the same question in another forum is well based. As much as AOPA wants to welcome drone pilots, those guys on the other forum are light-years ahead on experience.  We here fly the real thing and "dabble" with drones and radio control.  Those guys sleep, eat a dream with RC.  I should know; I was one of them until i got my pilot's license. I still go out to the flying field once in a while but not near the frequency i used to.

Rafael