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strude11

Annoying Engine Spool Up

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Hi everyone

 

Just purchased the latest Voxatc and installed it with FSX and find it very good indeed.

However, can anyone help me with this one. Once VoxAtc is enabled and I am going through the initial start checks, a mysterious jet engine close to me starts spooling up, even though no aircraft are near my present position. It appears to be on a loop and starts up every few minutes - very annoying. On one occasion, whilst taking off, this annoying engine started again!!!!  When clear of the airports, it stops happening.

To find out if this was coming from Voxatc, I waited for the annoying engine to start and then immediately disabled voxatc and it stopped, so it is definitely from within this program.

Can anybody tell me how to disable this annoying problem.

Many thanks

 

Strude11

 

 

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probably AI traffic starting up - not sure how that can be changed

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Thanks for your reply Tony. It is definitely linked to voxatc because the second I disable voxatc all is quiet around the plane as I am the only plane on the ground. It really is annoying!!!

Thanks

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Vox creates its own AI traffic, even with AI traffic in FSX set to zero.

 

Vox has its own traffic slider, though, "VoxATC Settings", where you can configure Vox traffic between 0% and 100% (default is 50%).

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SOLVED Spent time trawling thro sound files in fsx and found ts_turbo.wav. Shut it down by renaming it. Now no more annoying spooling. Voxatc was using this file in a macro of sound files when on the ground.

Thanks to everyone who replied.

Cheers

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