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VoiceOver Piece, for Tessa (a South African voice)

Ag ja you know. I mean I've said it a hundred times before. 
You can't just. I mean. Ja.

What we need to do is…
And then we can.

Like ja we should. I mean it's like I said,
But ja you never can tell you know.

No man I'm telling you…
It's not that. 
Ja, no,
It's just that
Ja. 

Okay.  
I don't know.
Ja. I just keep coming back to the same thing again and again, 

And then just when you think…

No. You realize…

I'm not sure what you said.  
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VoiceOver Nocturne – speak selection:

Ki kri ki kri Kurrr ki kri Ki Kurrr kri ki kri Kurrr ki kri Ki Kurrr kri ki kri ki kri Kurrr Ki kri ki kri ki kri Ki kri ki kri ki kri Ki Kurrr kri ki kri ki Kurrr kri Ki kri Kurrr ki kri ki Kurrr kri Ki kri Kurrr ki kri ki kri Ki Kurrr kri ki kri ki  

Turns out that VoiceOver on iOS automatically selects the Hungarian Eszter for the block of text above when using “speak selection” – which gives a more satisfactory result from a sound point of view.

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Playing around with VoiceOver trying to make a little sound-text nocturne. The interesting thing is that even though the text fragment simply repeats VoiceOver gradually changes pitch over the course of the block.

Select the black box and listen via “speak selection”:

Ki kri ki kri ki kri  Ki kri ki kri ki kri Ki kri ki kri ki kri  Ki kri ki kri ki kri Ki kri ki kri ki kri Ki kri ki kri ki kri  Ki kri ki kri ki kri Ki kri ki kri ki kri Ki kri ki kri ki kri Ki kri ki kri.
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