EditVoicepack

EditVoicepack offers a simple interface to edit the file containing the ATC communication used in Microsoft Flight Simulator. It is possible to change the phraseology as well as add airline callsigns, airports, and aircraft types. EditVoicepack already contains thousands of ready made entries and it allows you to accelerate the existing voices for a more realistic experience and better handling of traffic dense environments.

Downloading EditVoicepack

Users of Microsoft Flight Simulator X should use the following version:
Download: EditVoicepack X 4.0 (2.8MB)

Users of Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004: A Century of Flight should use the following version (this version is no longer actively developed or supported):
Download: EditVoicepack 3.1 (1.8MB)

Users of Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 should use the following version (this version is no longer actively developed or supported):
Download: EditVoicepack 2.2 (697 KB)

Using EditVoicepack

Please use the following resources to find information on how to use EditVoicepack.

EditVoicepack X

Please visit the EditVoicepack wiki page.

EditVoicepack 3.1

EditVoicepack 2.2

Refer to the readme file included in the download.

Support

Please use the following prioritized resources for support:

  1. The links available in the Using EditVoicepack section above.
    The EditVoicepack Support Forum
    Hosted by FSOnline.dk.
  2. Send me an email
    Please follow the following guidelines when sending me email:
    • Only send an email if you are unable to use the support forum.
      "Unable" and "Can't be bothered" are not synonyms in case you wonder. :)
    • Only send an email if you have an active and updated virus scanner
    • Include "EditVoicepack" in the subject line
      Failure to do this can easily result in your email being deleted as spam. Preferable use a descriptive header - do not simply use EditVoicepack alone.

The EditVoicepack X API

The EditVoicepack X API allows developers of Flight Simulator addons to include voicepack modifications in their products.

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