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❤️️ Choppergirl's Edgy Sound Pack ❤️️ for Open-TX transmitters

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I just released a new "Edgy" Sound Pack for Open TX transmitters.


❤️️ Some neat things about my Sound Pack: ❤️
--Drop in replacement for other English Sound Packs
--750 new audio files, more than any other sound pack
--Unlike other Sound Packs, you can browse in Windows Explorer and see the phrase said in the file, and sort by Album / Category. Yes! Godsend!
See it here: http://air-war.org/graphics/edgy_dir_listing.jpg
--No more 4 different voices on your radio, finally your radio will talk to you in one voice.
--I down sampled everything to 16kbs, with no loss in sound quality, which should work on even the oldest transmitters, but I only have TX-16s so no way to test.
Anyone with older or different radios who could confirm my sound files play on it, and let me know, that would be gang bangers.
--Actively maintained (I hope!)


Short Demo Video:

Mentioned on RC Video Reviews Livecast:


Project Home Page: CHOPPERGIRL's AIRWAR

On Rotor Builds: Choppergirl's Edgy Sound Pack for Open-TX English

Direct Download Link (for the lazy): http://air-war.org/edgy/Choppergirls Edgy SoundPack English for OpenTX.zip

Download Dir: Index of /edgy

Read Me File: http://air-war.org/edgy/_ReadMe.txt


Find me on Youtube: http://youtube.com/choppergirl




Rock a New Girl on your Radio :)
Email me with comments, suggestions, bug reports, etc
[email protected]
 
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Hey ChopperGirl! Great work on this sound pack. I have a few suggestions I'd like to share. PM me if you're interested. Thanks!
 

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For those who's eyes prefer Dark Theme backgrounds better...
I now have it up on Rotor Builds: Choppergirl's Edgy Sound Pack for Open-TX English


Thanks for the shout out ! Love to hear any feedback and suggestions, good and bad, or even see videos of it eventually in use in other ways by other people than me.

It's easier if you email me, [email protected]

This is kind of a version 1.0 release of the foundation base files.

I wanted to get it out in front of some people to field test in real use. The rubber hits the road, so to speak...!

And also get it out before the Spring Flying Season and Valentines Day :)

Sorry for the aweful demo video, I just slapped some footage up as a placeholder. My own radio is actually tricked out to say all sorts of things, alarms... and all my trims repurposed to report Crossfire telemetry values, I don't know why I just ran through some 3 positions switches and that was it. Maybe I'll get around to making a how to video on how to use a sound pack to trick out your transmitter and have a transmitter of the gods... It's not hard programming, you just have to explicitly tell Open-TX to do... almost everything... just the way you want it to behave, your way.
 

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Direct Download Link ⫸⫸↯ http://air-war.org/edgy/Choppergirls Edgy SoundPack English for OpenTX.zip

Download Dir (if the above does not work for you): Index of /edgy

Project Home Page: CHOPPERGIRL's AIRWAR

Read Me File: http://air-war.org/edgy/_ReadMe.txt

On Rotor Builds: Choppergirl's Edgy Sound Pack for Open-TX English

--- Quick install instructions ---
-- basically, you'll just be replacing /SOUNDS/en folder on your TX's microSD card with mine. That's it!
-- unzip the Zip archive to your desktop. You'll get a "SOUNDS" folder with another "en" folder in it
-- connect to your transmitter with a USB cable (or put your microSD in a card reader)
-- in My Computer, backup your old microSD cards /SOUNDS/en folder if you wish, or rename it to /SOUNDS/en_original , or... just delete it
-- drag and drop my new replacement /SOUNDS/en folder that you just unzipped
..... onto your microSD card drive using Windows Explorer
..... to simply replace your old /SOUNDS/en folder. (say yes to replace queries)
-- when done copying,,, disconnect safely from USB. you're done!
-- if you don't hear new sounds when power cycling your radio, make sure your radio "Voice language" is set to "English" in SYS: Settings:(gear icon)
-- Caveat: Note that if you don't use the other language sound packs, if you are pressed for space on your microSD card, you can delete them.
 

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