Adding ATC Chatter and Ambience Sound Files
FDC Live Cockpit! 2011 comes equipped with a large set of am- bience sound files that you can start using directly. There are, however, many good sources for ambience sound files on the Internet, and you will most likely feel the desire to add your own sound files to the ambience in Flight Simulator. You might want to add ATC chatter originating from your own geographical area, to make your local flights as realistic as possible! FDC Live Cockpit! 2011 even allows you to associate ATC chatter with COM Radio frequencies, enabling you to hear ATC chatter associated with the controllers with whom you are actually communicating.
Note! Adding your own sound files to FDC Live Cockpit! 2011 requires you to manually copy files into the folder structure of FDC Live Cockpit! 2011. You can read more on how to copy files using Windows Explorer by searching for copying files in Windows Help System (which you will find on the Start button).
To add sound files to FDC Live Cockpit! 2011
Since the various ambience sound files for the various ambience types and categories reside in different folders, you should only copy one type of file at the time.
Note! To be able to return to a „clean“ installation of FDC Live Cockpit! 2011, we would recommend you to take a backup copy of the AtcChatter and Ambience folders (and all of their content) prior to copying your own files into the folders.
Open Windows Explorer, and browse to the location of your
new sound files.
Copy the files you wish to import in FDC Live Cockpit! 2011.
Browse to the folder where you installed FDC Live Cockpit!
2011 (by default this will be C:\Program Files\Aerosoft\FDC).