FDC Live Cockpit! 2011
Adding your own voice set to FDC Live Cockpit! 2011
Here are guidelines to assist you in creating your own voice set. The guidelines assume that you are familiar with recording sound files. If not, you can find some simple instructions here (although these instructions are for recording flight deck announcements, the recording technique is the same). The guidelines also assume that you are familiar with working with files and folders in Windows Explorer. Although the steps might seem simple below, don’t expect the task to be finished in an evening. To allow the recordings to be as natural as possible, you should take some breaks and rest your voice for a couple of hours during the recording process. Good luck!
All the different voice messages are available here. You will find two listings; one listing only the calls made by the captain, and one containing all messages available in FDC Live Cockpit! 2011.
Print out the list of voice recordings to be made.
Record the messages one by one, and save them under the
name given in the list of calls. The sound files must be recorded in 11025 Mhz, 8 bit mono format. Note! Make sure that you get the file names correct, or otherwise FDC Live Cockpit! 2011 will not be able to locate the messages when they are required!
In the installation folder of FDC Live Cockpit! 2011, you will
find a folder named Wav, and inside this you will find 16 voice set folders. Locate the folder named Voice16. Copy all the files you have recorded into this folder.
Start FDC Live Cockpit! 2011, go to the Voice Sets panel under
Main Options, and select voice set # 16.
Start Flight Simulator, connect to FDC Live Cockpit! 2011, and
prepare to perform your first flight with your own voice recordings.
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