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I wanted to share this very simple way to add the sound of a typewriter as you type. I find it is an aid to concentration and just sounds nice!
The sounds can be found here (but any wav files could be used)
In the example below, I saved the sounds I liked to a folder I created called C:\Sounds
(The tilda before the hotkeys means that the key still works in addition to the sound being played.)
~a::~b::~c::~d::~e::~f::~g::~h::~i::~j::~k::~l::~m::~n::~o::~p::~q::~r::~s::~t::~u::~v::~w::~x::~y::~z::~1::~2::~3::~4::~5::~6::~7::~8::~9::~0::SoundPlay, C:\Sounds\Key 2 press.wavreturn
~Delete::~BackSpace::SoundPlay, C:\Sounds\Backspace press.wavreturn
~Space::SoundPlay, C:\Sounds\Space bar press.wavreturn
~Enter::SoundPlay, C:\Sounds\New Line 2.wav
Nice... reminds me a little of memoQ ;-) I wonder how many variations we could find to this sound when typing...
Love the idea, James, but nothing beats the sound of a mechanical keyboard! Noisy blue switches in particular...
Quite nice! I like these sounds in particular, is there some easy way download them en bloc rather than one by one?
Glad you liked it! If you go up one level to https://github.com/Robert-K/typewriter-keyboard there is a green "Clone or download" button from which you can download a zip file.
Got it. Thanks a bunch, James!