When flying the Huey tuning the radios can be a little tricky whilst in flight. This has become especially tricky for me since getting a rift as I can no longer use programs like helios, and I don't even know where my keyboard is when flying.
Faced with this challenge, I turned to VoiceAttack. This has been a love / hate affair, but after a lot of blood (ok, maybe not blood), sweat and tears I've eventually finished a profile to tune the radios using my voice (and virtual co-pilot) alone.
After investing a lot of time into this, I've decided to publish a light version to the public which will allow you to have your virtual co-pilot tune the VHF radio to any Tower frequency on the Georgia map. See the demo video below.Video Link
I will be making the full version that allows you to tune the FM, NAV, VHF and UHF radio to ANY
frequency that the radio supports, as well as the airports and beacons of the Nevada map for US$2 via paypal. PM me if you're interested!
You can download the free demo version here
Please note the following.
1. You must be running VoiceAttack as Administrator
2. The Profile was built with VoiceAttack preview version 126.96.36.199. Some of the users testing it found that some other versions of VoiceAttack couldn't send the commands to DCS, but upgrading to this version resolved it.
3. You should run the Windows Voice training several times before using Voice Attack as it can sometime have difficulty hearing things like VHF as VHF.