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Hello everyone, I have a wierd question. "Misery" is on TV, and I'm remembering that the book was what originally made me want to be a writer (I'm sick or ...
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    Sound effects for linux?


    Hello everyone,

    I have a wierd question. "Misery" is on TV, and I'm remembering that the book was what originally made me want to be a writer (I'm sick or something). I think it was King's depiction of the process-"looking through the window in the page", etc.

    At any rate, I was just thinking about the differences between working on a typewriter like I once did, and using a PC. I thought it might be cool to get some old fashioned typewriter sound effects for my linux box- where I do my writing. Preferably they'd cover everything- keystrokes, "carriage returns"- the whole deal. The sound of paper being moved upward on the carriage bell would be a bonus.The louder the better. Anything like that out there?

    I'm on Mandrake 10 using KDE.

    Thanks!

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    Check http://www.kde-look.org/. If you don't find something there, let us know.

    Jeremy
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    "All The Dude ever wanted was his rug back" - The Dude

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    Thank you very much, I appreciate it.

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