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    We do Military Radio Chatter!


    Look at our page and you will see some samples. But now? Well, we need the freesound community to give us ideas or phrases for soundFX. We will basically look at your posted phrases, choose the best ones, and make em radio-fied for ya on http://www.freesound.org/people/twisterman

    If you want to see how we do these soundFX, see our tutorial on our youtube page, http://www.youtube.com/user/bluecrosspictures

    Should be out the 25 of August!!

    Remember, make em phrases of yours good!

    GOD BLESS!!-Twister of BlueCrossPictures

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    Very kind of you. I couldn't find a video that describes how you make the radio effect though.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drill_commands

    The PC video game Operation Flashpoint (aka ARMA) has great military voice commands. I couldn't find a table of them (It'd be hard to do because the voice lines are actually assembled in-game, for example "Unit number" + "get in" + ("task, for example driver") + "target vehicle name" (+"target vehicle position or direction if there are multiple target vehicles of same name"). The list of actions should allow you to find some types of commands that you are missing.

    Not very on-topic, but some fantasy RPG lines I helped write. Might be interesting with the radio effect for sci-fi-fantasy http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/javacrpg/index.php?title=Voice_acting_script

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    qubodup wrote:
    Very kind of you. I couldn't find a video that describes how you make the radio effect though.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drill_commands

    The PC video game Operation Flashpoint (aka ARMA) has great military voice commands. I couldn't find a table of them (It'd be hard to do because the voice lines are actually assembled in-game, for example "Unit number" + "get in" + ("task, for example driver") + "target vehicle name" (+"target vehicle position or direction if there are multiple target vehicles of same name"). The list of actions should allow you to find some types of commands that you are missing.

    Not very on-topic, but some fantasy RPG lines I helped write. Might be interesting with the radio effect for sci-fi-fantasy https://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/javacrpg/index.php?title=Voice_acting_script

    Yeah, the video tutorial will be posted tommorow...the 25smile Anyway, thank you for the linessmile I'm already started on a few.

    THANKS and GOD BLESS!
    -Twister of BlueCrossPictures

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    @twisterman

    All radio procedure starts with "opening the air"

    "Hello"

    Then the callsign you wish to communicate with

    "10A" (one-zero-alpha)

    Then who you are

    "This Is 10B" (one-zero-bravo)

    Then you close with

    "Over" or "Message Over" ("over" when wanting a reply, "out" when you have no need for a reply)

    Then 10A will reply with

    "Send Over"

    You would then return with
    (considered good etiquette to reply with his callsign so other callsigns don't get confused)

    "10A, 10C callsign has confirmed ammo resupply on route to your location ETA minuets 15 Over"

    Then 10A will confirm he understands the message

    "10B, Rgr Out"


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