Recording Siri's voice as voicemail message.


digitard

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Sep 15, 2004
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Not that I know of.

You can always just call into your VM from another phone, and login. Then prompt Siri and record that way.
 

omgitscro

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Jul 12, 2008
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Get an aux to aux cable, one end in your 4S, the other in your Mac. Record through Garageband.
 

GravityEyes

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Was hoping to avoid recording from a analog source and get a digital save from a desktop text-to-speech application or something that uses the Siri voice profile.

or something like this http://www2.research.att.com/~ttsweb/tts/demo.php
Yeah - I wouldn't obsess over the fidelity of a recording that will already get transcoded on the server and then deployed over cellular devices. Not to mention Siri's voice is already low fidelity. Anal retentive much?
 

ShionoyaTamaki

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Oct 9, 2011
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Yeah - I wouldn't obsess over the fidelity of a recording that will already get transcoded on the server and then deployed over cellular devices. Not to mention Siri's voice is already low fidelity. Anal retentive much?
yea but if i can find a way to output a sound file by typing in the text phrase to application, it would be much easier to generate more later or for other purposes.


btw: anyone know how to get siri to say a phrase i typed up in notes or selected? If not i guess ill have to send myself a txt msg and have it read to me.
 
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suitjackets

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Oct 6, 2012
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yea but if i can find a way to output a sound file by typing in the text phrase to application, it would be much easier to generate more later or for other purposes.


btw: anyone know how to get siri to say a phrase i typed up in notes or selected? If not i guess ill have to send myself a txt msg and have it read to me.
You can go into Settings / General / Accessibility / Speak Selection and turn Speak Selection ON. Then, highlight the word(s) you want Siri to say, tap "Speak," and there you go! I recommend having her read Call Me Maybe lyrics out loud for fun.

Or have her read this very funny story from Siri's point of view.

Good luck!
 

eish2306

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Apr 30, 2013
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I want to do this with iOS 9 Siri british female and male accents - anyone know how - the voices are different to the ones in speech centre
 

EthanLMT

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Jan 22, 2015
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Was hoping to avoid recording from a analog source and get a digital save from a desktop text-to-speech application or something that uses the Siri voice profile.

or something like this http://www2.research.att.com/~ttsweb/tts/demo.php
You can use the text to speech function on a mac(set it to Samantha, aka Siri), have it say whatever you want, and record it using sound flower (or equivalent)