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*Note: I haven't coded in ruby before, so feel free to point out mistakes/corrections, etc, etc. SiriTunes is a Siri Proxy plugin that allows you to play, pause, adjust the volume, skip to the next/previous track, and request specific songs, albums, and artists in iTunes on a Windows PC. SiriTunes was created by parm289. You are free to use, modify, and redistribute this gem as long as proper credit is given to the original author. Usage: Generally, you'll need to preface each request with "iTunes." This avoids conflicts with Siri's control of the iPhone's internal music app. The currently implemented commands are (with alternative commands in ): "iTunes, put on _____" (where ____ is a song title, artist, or album) - Plays a specific song, artist or album. "iTunes, play" - Plays/unpauses iTunes (equivalent to clicking the play button in the iTunes appliation). "iTunes, pause" - Pauses iTunes. "iTunes, next [previous] song" - Skips to the next/previous song. "iTunes, raise [lower] the volume" - Raises/lowers the iTunes volume. Installation (untested): To install SiriTunes, edit your Siri Proxy config.yml file to include the parameters listed in SiriTunes' config-info.yml file. Then, run "bundle install" in your Siri Proxy directory to install the SiriTunes gem.