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QUOTE the sound is set up as looping - the primary sound setup for that has to be changed to limit the # of loop cycles

I would hazard a guess that the sound has been programmed this way by ESU because ECoS controllers have a mini joystick which acts as F2 when pushed upwards and remains on for as long as you hold it there. ESU tout this as user controllable whistle duration. As an ECoS user I wouldn't mind trying that but it's of no use to anyone else if you can't program your controller's function activity.

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