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    ...preparing to close the doors and button the ship up.


    ...We've leveled at our cruise altitude.

    Do you need a full dictation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRJ_simpilot View Post
    Do you need a full dictation?
    Yes, please.


    Quote Originally Posted by CRJ_simpilot View Post
    ...preparing to close the doors and button the ship up.
    Please explain it further. Where is the ship up button located?

    Thanks

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    Do you actually need each word typed out or do you really need an interpretation of what is being said?

    To button up the ship means to close all doors, overhead storage containers, galley drawers and cabinets and make the plane ready for takeoff.

    #14 Captain says the aircraft is at cruise altitude, so the seatbelt sign is off and you can move about the cabin.

    What is your native language and I'll see if any foreign language recordings are available?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrzippy View Post
    Do you actually need each word typed out or do you really need an interpretation of what is being said?

    To button up the ship means to close all doors, overhead storage containers, galley drawers and cabinets and make the plane ready for takeoff.
    Regarding buttoning up it was both, very interesting! Thanks! Never heard it used this way. It's my understanding it means something like give up moorings for a boat, right?

    As to what else is being said please correct me if I'm wrong and what is said in the [square brackets]:

    And we should be pushing back [???????] very shortly. So again welcome aboard! And we'll be talking to you a bit later after take off. So enjoy your flight!
    Second:

    Well, good day, Ladies and Gentlemen from the flight deck! We've leveled at our cruise altitude so I'm gonna turn off the seat belt sign at this time.

    So you're free to move about as necessary, however when seated we would like you to keep your seat belts comfortable fastened for your safety.

    We've just checked the weather and expect smooth sailing for the most of the flight. So for the most part we're gonna stay quiet [???????????]. And we'll be talking with you later on the flight.
    Thanks
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    "We should be pushing back [here] very shortly".

    ""We are going to stay quiet [and let you enjoy the service].

    These recordings are very scratchy and sometimes difficult to understand. I was just playing the MP3 files without installing it anywhere. I did turn up the volume to understand what was being said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrzippy View Post
    [and let you enjoy the service].
    sounds like there's something before service:
    [and let you enjoy [???came???] service]
    Maybe Marcus will clear things up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avsimavsim View Post
    sounds like there's something before service:


    Maybe Marcus will clear things up.
    Sorry....enjoy the entertainment and service. Probably the movie and the food service.
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    I have to admit in all the years of FDSFX I've never quite read a thread like this.

    Hey avsimavsim, this is Marcus. I created those announcements "scratchy" on purpose to try and sound more like a voice in flight and not like it was recorded in a studio. FDSFX was created so you can swap out any announcement with others. There are plenty out there for download if you get tired of my voice, ha! Also you could just record your own voice and plug it in.

    Glad to hear after so many years simmers are still enjoying this little add-on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch Cargo View Post
    I have to admit in all the years of FDSFX I've never quite read a thread like this.

    Hey avsimavsim, this is Marcus. I created those announcements "scratchy" on purpose to try and sound more like a voice in flight and not like it was recorded in a studio. FDSFX was created so you can swap out any announcement with others. There are plenty out there for download if you get tired of my voice, ha! Also you could just record your own voice and plug it in.

    Glad to hear after so many years simmers are still enjoying this little add-on.

    Marcus
    I still use it to this day in my Lear 45. I do know it's not very realistic for a Lear being a private jet, but it's neat to have. Back in FS2004 I resized and embedded the individual switches and placed them in the overhead of my PMDG 737. I did have another gauge that said announcements automatically, but I long lost its name now. I had that deployed in my PMDG B1900D.

    I did edit the audio using Wavepad with my own voice and I did the same thing for my pushback gauge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch Cargo View Post
    I have to admit in all the years of FDSFX I've never quite read a thread like this.

    Hey avsimavsim, this is Marcus. I created those announcements "scratchy" on purpose to try and sound more like a voice in flight and not like it was recorded in a studio. FDSFX was created so you can swap out any announcement with others. There are plenty out there for download if you get tired of my voice, ha! Also you could just record your own voice and plug it in.

    Glad to hear after so many years simmers are still enjoying this little add-on.

    Marcus
    Any new airliner I acquire, be it freeware or payware, I add this guage first. I would like to know the procedure for adding my own voice! Thanks Marcus!
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