Sound Pilot adds typewriter sounds to your computer keyboard. It creates the romantic sound atmosphere of the time of Remingtons. With every touch of the keyboard, there is a new sound. This makes the process of typing more interesting and intertaining, reduces stress, and helps encourage more rhythmical typing.
By default, Sound Pilot uses the typewriter sound set. However, you may switch to another sound scheme (for instance ICQ or Morse). If your mood changes, with two clicks you can switch your sound scheme, changing the sound aura around you.
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Sound Pilot 2.2 (6.4 Mb) – Win XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
Order Sound Pilot* (29.95 EUR)
* Technical support via email and upgrades for the first 12 months after purchase are included. If your free upgrade term has expired, you can buy the new version of the program at a 25% discount.
November 11 2016 :: Version 2.2
– Saving the current volume and filter settings has been fixed.
How to use the program
After you install Sound Pilot, you will see the program icon in the System Tray:
By default, the typewriter sound set is used. To switch to another sound scheme, right-click the program icon and choose a sound scheme from the “Sound Schemes” menu.
To make the program mute, right-click the program icon and click “Mute”:
To change the volume, right-click the program icon and click “Sound Schemes | Settings…”
The following sound schemes are provided with the program: Battle, Castanets, Dial-Tone, Erotic, Football, Heretic, Icq, Kin-Dza-Dza, Laser Sable, Morse, Photo, Piano-keys, Pig, Pseudo-Morse, Roundelay, Ruber, Smith-Corona, Stamina, Tap-Dance, Typewriter, Voice-Fast, Voice-Mellow, Voice-Robot, Zoo.
You can also create your own sound schemes by setting different sounds for different buttons on your Keyboard. Read more…