When Iratxe Gómez was little, her teachers admired her great reading and interpretive skills. But this Basque teacher did not enter the world of voice over until 2004. Her first assignment, which came to her thanks to the mother of a student, was to voice out the instructions of a bank switchboard. He then began working with Nuance, a leading speech recognition and text conversion company, to improve deficiencies that he found in these types of systems. In 2013, Gómez and his family moved to China, and it was there that he realized, thanks to a television program in which they used an iPhone, that Siri’s voice in Spanish was, since 2010, his. The … See More.