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    Hey Internet, I am building my own U.I. for my computer and I was looking for a couple Vocal Samples that would be used as the "computer's voice".

    I would prefer a female voice but male voices will be fine as well. Just a simple speech track of a person saying phrases such as "Hello Sir", "Error", "Path not Found", "Welcome Back Sir" and so on. I would prefer the track be unedited in anyway (I can phase it, and morph it).

    I am looking Particularly for these phrases:

    "Hello Jack"
    "Yes sir"
    "can't do that sir"
    "ok"
    "right away"
    "error"
    "Goodbye Sir"

    Any other phrases you want to throw in there will be great as well. Thanks to Anybody that reads this.

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    Also looking for Phrases:

    "Device connected"
    "Battery Low"
    "Device Disconnected"
    "Device Lost"
    "Sir"
    "Permission Requested"
    "Trash Empty"
    "Task Finished Sir"

    If anybody does these I will be very great full.

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    Hey I can probably do that! I have a deep voice but I am female!

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    Actually, that will work great. Thanks!

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    I have the sounds for you! Do you have a way I can send them to you?

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    blahblah33344: upload them to freesound.org, it's a great website smile

    I took a shot and it was super fun to make this weirdly annoying robot voice. Sorry for messing up the script. wink

    http://freesound.org/people/qubodup/sounds/195262/

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    no thats not a problem! i will upload the sounds for you later today!

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    here is an other one with DIY instructions. have fun;
    http://freesound.org/people/klankbeeld/sounds/195286/

    To hear, you first have to listen

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