"ALPHA" - He's cool, rugged, moody, cold-hearted and likes to work alone. He really is 'The Ai With No Name'. It's because he's a huge fan of Wild West movies which is a stand out feature in this voice pack. Alpha's persona is very much western-themed, and you'll sometimes hear him quote his favourite legend, the real man with no name, Clint Eastwood, as well as a few quotes from other famous characters from classic westerns and western-themed Sci-Fi.
This is a restart of potential tools for Star Citizen considering CIG is likely finally and fairly close to having a standard and stable list of commands with 3.0. In this case, Voice Attack and HCS voice packs. Currently, Voice Attack and HCS voice packs are optimized for Elite for obvious reasons. (pssst, it's a Game)
I am not a shill. I do, however, use both Voice Attack with an HCS voice pack or two. They are very useful if you want to put in the time, which, considering that we're still in Alpha, we've got plenty of time. Current, Voice attack can be had for Free and for $10 for the full-featured version. Buy it. regardless if you think, right now, that you'll never use it. You needn't purchase a voice pack from HCS if you don't want to, the standard voices for windows 10 work just fine. You'll have to play with it more if you don't get a pre-made voice pack. Several well knowns have provided voice talent to HCS: John DeLancie, Bill Shatner, Bret Spiner, Kate Russell, Brian Blessed, Tom Baker (yes, THAT Tom Baker)
To assign them, you state "Crew Command Roster" wait for the whistle, then state "crewman [voicepack name here, like "Eden"]", you'll hear an acknowledgement from that voice, then you state the position you want that crewman in. You'll get an ack from that character. Rinse - repeat until you have the positions you want filled. (Noobifier1337's Event Horizon video demonstrates this)
OR, you state "Crew Command Roster" then state "assign me a new crew" and it will assign who you have to a position, some twice or more if you only have a few voicepacks. This can be random and won't use all of your available voicepacks.
(On the voiceattack gui, you'll see the word "Profile" with a space to its right, then you'll see a box with a pencil and then an icon with the "x" "+" and reply arrow. Click that last icon and select "import profile". Navigate to program files (x86)/VoiceAttack/Sounds and go to the desired voicepack. Look for the "profile" folder, you should see "SC: Event Horizon.vap", if not, drill down another level. double click it when you find it. BTW, if you select the box with the pencil icon, a window will present that has commands, sounds, etc for that profile that you can actually edit.)
HCS claims that installing as "Run as Administrator" is unnecessary. Also, I used IObit System care, guess what, it deleted registry entries which required me to reinstall VA and the voicepacks. Watch out for this sort of "help" from your registry cleaners.
I used to think I had to create a new profile in order to have a single voice for a given ship. Huzzah! I didn't need to. (my attempting this actually screwed up my voice attack, I had to reload the whole shebang - both VA and the voicepacks. Your experience may be different when importing/creating.)
The L3Harris Multiband Networking Manpack Radio is software defined, supporting in-field upgrades as new capabilities emerge. Equipped with MUOS-ready hardware, the 117G extends communications Beyond-Line-Of-Sight (BLOS) with abilities for simultaneous SATCOM voice and data transmission. When paired with L3Harris RF-7800B Broadband Global Area Network terminals, the manpack delivers automatic range extension of SATCOM BLOS communications along with Internet and remote private network access.
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