Create A Custom Siri Voice On A MAC

Make A Custom Siri Voice On A MAC
Making Apple SIRI say anything at all is simple with a mac computer system. You will down load a voice file make a few modifications and you’re prepared to exhibit your close friends some great stuff.

On the terminal command line style

say “ “

set anything you want inside of the quotations

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say “Hello, my name is Siri, and I am now your voice assistant. You are Seeing A Tech Steve Movie Press the like and the Subscribe Now. I suggest it, L O L ”

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  1. back in the day, 1998 99 we would use the Apple Simpletext program and type a line of text and you could just use the drag and drop menus to make the computer say the sentence.

  2. Thanks for sharing great stuff with other.
    I have followed your way but when I hit return nothing happend . Just the message pops up (bash: ronas: command not found)
    would you help me how can I fix this problem.
    Thanks

  3. Doesn't work with OS 10.13 (Sierra) 🙁
    Update: Found out how it works: you need to go to Settings then to Keyboard and then to speech or something like that

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