Keeb generates realistic keyboard sounds depending on the input
Keebsound is a package that I built to generate realistic keyboard tap sounds. You can provide a string and it will "type" those characters out, providing ASMR goodness. It also supports hooking into the keyboard and replacing your keytap sound with whichever key switch profile you desire.
What things you need to install the software and how to install them
Options: --hook This hooks into your keyboard and plays a sound when you type --switches TEXT Provide the sound profile, by default it's set to gateron- red --delay FLOAT Sound delay multiplier for playing keyboard sound from a string --string TEXT Pass some arbitrary string to play a keyboard typing sound typing said string --help Show this message and exit.
Playing the sound of a string
python main.py --string "Foo bar is not enough. What are you up to?" --delay 3
Hooking to the keyboard
python main.py --hook
You can now start typing and it will generate sounds for you.
Using explicit key switch sounds
python main.py --string "Foo bar is not enough. What are you up to?" --switches gateron-red
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details
- Hat tip to anyone whose code was used
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