Ever since being a youngster on the internet, I've always enjoyed playing around with soundboards and especially when the (unofficial) Chris Moyles website came out with a program that assigned various sound effects, jingles and what-not to your keyboard keys, I started getting right into them.
A Manual BBC News TOTH Project. Unsure what I mean? If you've watched the BBC News channel, then you'll notice just before the Top of the Hour ("TOTH"), there's a countdown, then the headlines, then the intro... well now you can recreate that all for yourself using this funky thingy-ma-bob I made.
When it opens up, you press your [SPACE] bar and the Countdown music will start (I'm currently using the 90~ second countdown), then once that's finished, just press the [RIGHT] arrow on your keyboard and it'll give you the Headline sting and music, to repeat a new headline, just press [ENTER] on your keyboard, continue doing this as many times as you like, then once you're ready to start, just press the [RIGHT] arrow on your keyboard and wooo, the intro starts.
It's a nice bit of simple fun for the fans of the BBC News' TOTH stuff to play around with.
Any questions, comments, suggestions, etc... pop them below in the comments box or pop me an email. :)