Full list of every command(updated for Pulsar)

Show all commands/Open the manual” the former opens this page, the latter opens the Knowledgebase article list

“enable/disable helmet mode” or “enable/disable spacesuit control” – enables/disables helmet sound fx & radio static for Unity Pro voice expansion

“auto spacesuit control” or “auto helmet mode” – enables helmet sound fx & radio static whenever VMX detects that you are on foot in Odyssey.

“play Expedition Artemis Pack/ Exploration 2 pack/Citizen of the stars/Exploration pack/Trade pack/Angel Elements/The Explorers pack/Exploration pack/Triangulum pack” plays (and sets) one of those music packs”

“Super slow this” – Saying this during track playback in a VMX Cloud enabled Music Pack will begin cloud processing of audio and slow down the track 50-300%

“Add video to user music” – Highlight a video URL (as if you were going to copy/paste it) in your browser. Next, say the command in order to grab audio from the video. The music will be added to your User Music pool.

“play all music packs” plays a random music pack per track

“play all music packs and variants” plays random music pack AND variant per track

“play all variants” plays a different variant for each track within the currently selected pack

“play original” plays the original mix

“play key up” raises pitch 2 semitones

“replace lead instrument” replaces lead instrument(s) within mix

“remove the percussion” removes percussion in mix

“replace the percussion” replaces percussion to another beat

“remove vocals” remove vocals from the mix *note if vocals/percussion etc aren’t contained within current track a small buzzing sound will alert you to this fact

“add radio station” adds the radio station you have copied into Windows’ buffer and assigns it to a free station preset

“play radio station <number>” plays the radio station contained within specified preset number

“clear all radio stations” removes all assigned radio station presets

“delete radio station < number>” Removes radio station preset assignment from specified preset slot

“Play lave radio, radio x, radio 2, classic radio, avatars radio” plays those default preset radio stations

“show all radio stations” lists (in VA log) all currently held user preset radio stations

“cooldown mode <timed/queued/disabled” changes cooldown move from timer, enqueue or disables cooldowns, this setting ensures that whilst in context mode tracks are allowed to complete before moving onto next track/event

“cooldown timer <low/mid/high>” Sets the cooldown timer (in timed mode) to 5/15/30 minutes respectively

“disable cool down mode” shuts off cooldown mode entirely (timed or enqueue) and plays tracks strictly to event triggers in game

“context mode status” reads out whether context mode is on/off and which context playback mode is currently set (user playlists, music packs, both) as well as cooldown mode status.

“list current group” – displays music to event assignments in the currently set group

“set group <group name>” i.e “set group my group 1” – sets and displays the event group called ‘my group 1’, you may have up to 6 different groups. The currently set group is the one context mode will actively use to trigger your user music. Note you may customise your group names and much much more! Click here for more info about Pulsar’s new group system

“assign music from slot <number> to <event name>” – i.e “assign music from slot 1 to taxi” assigns music from your slot choice to the chosen event.

“delete event <event name>” deletes the music assignment from the event name in the currently set group

Available event names: Death, Galaxy map, Undocked, Exploration, Alien Combat, Docking Denied, Docking, Launch SRV, Supercruise, Docked, Main menu, Signal source, Combat, Taxi, On Foot, OnFoot Combat, SRV Combat

“assign music from slot <number> to all groups <event name>” Performs a multi assign from the specified user music slot to the event name of your choice in ALL groups. For example “assign music from slot 4 to all groups On Foot” will assign that same audio file/playlist/youtube stream to every On Foot event in every single group simultaneously.

“delete from all groups <event name>” Similar to the previous command, except this will remove the music to event assignment across all groups simultaneously i.e “delete from all groups On Foot” will remove the On Foot music assignment from every single group simultaneously

“clear current group” erases every music to event assignment within the current group at once

“list active events” displays a list of only events (from all groups) that have some music assigned to them

“list group <group name>” i.e “list group my group 6” will display the contents of my group 6, but it will NOT set the group, that is, group 6 will not become the group context mode actively uses, nor is it the active group, so if you “list my group 6” but your currently set group is my group 1, “list current group” or adding music would list or add to group 1, NOT 6. You need to “set group” to set. Clear? 🙂

“list all events from all groups” shows you a huge list of EVERY group and music assignments

“re initialise all groups” this deletes everything from every group, use with caution, only for when you wish to erase everything or if you have an issue with corrupted event groups (shouldn’t happen really), you can use this to reset groups

“list from all groups <event name>” will display music to event assignments from across all names where the name matches your query, i.e “list from all groups combat” will show you the contents of combat event across all groups, you will see 6 matches, displays event assignments even if they are empty

“enable/disable variants” this will let you choose whether you would like mix variants to play in context mode or just the original mix version of music pack tracks, disable only plays original mixes

“enable/disable context mode” self explanatory Note that context mode is auto enabled upon VMX startup

“context mode <music packs/user music/combination” Switches context mode between music packs, user music (i.e playlists, audio files and youtube streams) and both (combination mode)

“current track” reads out the name and a few additional details about the track that is currently playing

“current status” reads out play mode, track details (such as length), variant mix option, time remaining etc

“next/previous track” may also be prefixed with ‘VMX’ i.e “VMX next track” moves through tracks

“Stop music” may also be prefixed with ‘VMX’ Stops music playback

“Play music” plays the currently set music mode i.e play original mix mode, a playlist etc

“Volume up/down” raises/lowers volume level

“Volume <1-100> percent” directly sets volume level as a percentage

“enable/disable repeat mode” switches on/off music pack, playlist repeat

“enable/disable shuffle mode” switches on/off track randomisation, can be used in conjunction with many different play modes

“File browser open/closed” Open or close the player’s file browser

“Go to track <number>” directly jump to a specified track, can now be used in conjuction with “show playlist <1-50>” after asking for show playlist <number> i.e “show playlist 1” you can now look through the track listing and say go to track <number> and VMX will play the selected track from the playlist you just listed.

“pause music” pauses

“Resume music” “unpause music” resumes the currently paused music

“Read ID3” will read out the whole ID3 tag for the currently playing track (if there is one)

“VMX current volume” reads out the currently set volume

“fast forward/rewind” fast forwards or rewinds current track (note, currently not available in ‘play all music packs’ mode

“show/hide player” show or hide the music player

“Play audio blocks” plays the procedural audio blocks system

“shuffle audio blocks” shuffles and replays audio blocks

“enable/disable voice feedback” switches on/off voice feedback

“Favour the latest pack” biases context mode towards the latest released pack, according to the website

“Set alert beep <1-4>” change acknowledgement alert sounds.

“Set alert beep off” turn off acknowledgement alert sounds

“open cheat sheet” opens up a briefer list of common commands from within VMX

“List user music” displays a list of all user music (audio file, playlists, youtube, vimeo, LBRY, Facebook audio) which may be assigned to game events

“list audio files only” lists only user music that is of type ‘audio file’ that is MP3, WAV, OGG, MP4, AAC, FLAC etc

“list playlists only” lists only user music that is of type ‘playlist’ that is, PLST, AUDPL, M3U, XSPF playlist files

“list youtube streams only” lists only audio that has been grabbed from YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook/LBRY/Odyssey videos

“music slot <number 1-99>” i.e “music slot 1” will play the audio file, playlist or youtube stream from the slot number chosen

“Refresh user music” Reloads user music into VMX Pulsar’s internal system if you have added or removed playlists/audio in VMXPlaylistsAndTracks (contained within Windows’ Music folder)

“Play random music” plays a random audio file, playlist or youtube stream from your available user music

“Peek playlist <1-99>” play a short portion of the specified playlist or audio file/playlist/youtube audio stream (5 seconds) and will display a list of tracks as well as further playlist info if it is a playlist

“enable/disable live remix mode” enables/disables live remix of tracks. Disabling makes new remix selections play from the beginning

“enable/disable track retrieval” switches on or off the retrieval of the last used track number from previous session

“enable/disable OBS track data output” enable/disable output of track and mix data for use in OBS broadcaster

“enable/disable configuration options” opens configuration dialogue for storing your music packs and user music, this will move the location of ‘VMXPlaylistsAndTracks’ folder from the default Windows Music folder to a location of your choice. Using ‘disable configuration options’ will reset the default location back to Windows Music folder. Follow the audio prompts to complete the process.

“Clear playlists” removes all playlists from the player

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