Here is a little tutorial for Mac OSX users…
This is a little tutorial, which is a short explanation of how to generate your own vocals under OSX. Please do not expect too much: the modulation is not perfect - this does not have much to do with singing. Everything sounds more like reading. If you have better options or know tool - please participate in this tutorial.
Open the terminal (In the Finder -> Go to -> Utilities -> Terminal) and enter the command
Of course, the sound must be activated for this. You can also download and activate different voices. For this look in the system settings under “dictation and language” (perhaps different I have another language installed…).
You can easily select the desired voice - if it is installed - via this command:
say -v Boing -r 160 "haha - i like music"
“Boing” is the voice used here.
-r 160 is the speed - just change the number
You can also save everything as an audio file. For this you need the following command:
say -v Boing -o ~/Desktop/boing_audiofile.aiff -r 185 "hello"
The file is then saved as aiff-file under the desktop.
Of course, this file has to be converted to a wav-file in order to use it in Auxy. For example, the program Audacity could help you.
Here are some helpful ways to edit some adjustments like pauses and accents.
I also used these on some of my tracks. Check this one here at 4:30 or this one (kill - do not kill all humans - please do not misunderstand the lyrics - the most important thing is at the end as always…)
I would not be very happy about your attempts with the say command