In this study, aero-acoustics in far-field is computed for the UH-1H rotor blade in hovering flight. A Chimera grid method is applied in this simulation to consider the blade motion and moving effects. Multi-permeable surfaces surrounding a blade are constructed to include the flow noise generated from the shock wave and the tip vortices. A computation is performed with three-dimensional Euler’s equations. An acoustic analogy code using the Kirchhoff approach to Ffowcs Williams and Hawkings equations is applied to efficient the noise prediction caused by volume noise sources in far-field. The high speed impulsive noise on the rotor blade is predicted and validated according to the permeable surface locations. It is confirmed that the noise source caused by the shock waves generated on the blade surface is a dominant factor in the far-field noise prediction.