Your mobile phone is a pocket full of sound if you want it to be. Today’s series of videos is an acapella group, MayTree, which recreates the sound that emanates from your mechanical device, using their voices.
Amazing. And clever!
Video one is for iPhone users.
Vidoe two (brand new last Friday) is for Mac computer users.
Video three is for long-time Samsung Galaxy users.
Video four is for Windows users.
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Kristen Joy Wilks
Ha! That is interesting. My husband and oldest son usually have video game noises as their various ring tones. It does make the house very lively. Once, one of our son’s friends got a hold of his phone and set a personal ring tone for whenever he called. It is incredibly loud and jarring, but we know who is calling, ha! So, on various blogs and podcasts I see writing experts groaning whenever a heroine of hero is written who doesn’t have a cell phone. I don’t have a cell phone, I hate them. I’m only 42. My husband says that I am the last person on earth without one. Which really doesn’t encourage me to lose my place of fame and get one, ha! Under pressure, I do give my characters phones, I just break them swiftly. So, must characters have phones?
DAMON J GRAY
Nothing short of amazing.
Very creative and funny. I own three of the four types of devices, and their imitations are perfect. Makes you wonder how the sounds are created for the devices. Do you suppose any of them are human voice generated? Like the “empty trash” sound.
Extremely creative. In answer to Kristen, above, my brother-in-law joins your ranks. He doesn’t have a cell phone and probably never will.
Patti Jo Moore
They are AMAZING!!
Thanks for sharing this today! 🙂
Very clever!! Thanks for sharing.
Sheri Dean Parmelee, Ph.D.
What creative folks! (It’s better than saying some folks have too much time on their hands!)
I need a publisher for my historical fiction. Any ideas?
Carol R Nicolet Loewen
So creative – and the high range is amazing!