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Now You're talking!
VoxATC is a huge advance in Flight Simulation that adds a whole new dimension to the experience. VoxATC is the first ATC add-on for FSX, FSX SE & Prepar3D (versions 2, 3, 4 and 5) that has been developed with integrated voice recognition. Talk to the controllers using standard ATC phraseology and what you say will be heard. Just like in the real world, requests must be properly constructed, instructions complied with and read back correctly. VoxATC is the only ATC add-on that generates its own traffic, what you hear matches the actual environment for proper situational awareness. No meaningless recorded chatter. Some FS add-ons let you talk to the computer, with VoxATC you talk to Air Traffic Control. Download and try VoxATC for yourself, free for 30 days.
VoxATC in Action
This simulated instrument flight between Montgomery and Birmingham demonstrates GoFlight modules and VoxATC software. It was produced by Martin Arant of Vmax Aero Systems International
VoxATC X (V6) was awarded a platinum award in the December 2011 edition of PC pilot and an excellence award in a May 2012 review at Mutley's Hangar
Properly Integrated Voice Recognition
VoxATC is the only ATC add-on for FSX which was designed for voice recognition. When you press to talk and speak, the ATC environment is listening to what you say so you won't be interrupted as in other environments that attempt to fit voice recognition on top of the built in FSX ATC or other ATC add-ons. What you say is also checked so that incorrect read backs are picked up and corrected.
A Complete ATC Environment
VoxATC generates its own AI traffic and controllers. The phraseology and procedures more closely reflect those in the real world as VoxATC is not tied to the ATC or AI built into FSX.
Communicate with ATC the way real pilots do.
VoxATC supports all aspects of Instrument Rules flight.
VoxATC supports all aspects of Visual Rules flight.
Any SAPI voice available on your system can be used as a controller or pilot voice. The volume and speed of each can be set individually. VoxATC can also use the open source VoxPop Voices. As many voices as the resources of the system can support may be used with VoxATC.