A Korean acapella group is bagging praises all over the web with their super-special reformation of the Windows operating sounds. From making use of the diverse system sounds and signals to the different variations of the forms of the Windows operating system, the group named it ‘Maytree’ refabricates all, in acapella flair.
In the video recording, the Korean acapella group provides a superb impression of the recycle bin crunch, USB in and out sounds, the beginning music, and the closure tunes.
A lot of people, who came across the video recording, praised them for their graceful vocal and originality. The video recording even got praises from the Microsoft squad. The team of tech giant extended praise to the group on the Insta handle.
The group behind this video recording is a Korean band named Maytree. They have got several other cover video recordings up on the Insta handle. Some of these comprise a brilliant execution of Ariana Grande’s “Positions.”
“I use Windows 10 every day and experience some of these sound effects constantly — they’ve grown so commonplace that they don’t register when I hear them. When I saw the title of this video, the cynic in me thought “Windows 10 sound effects? Really? Of all the things to cover?”
Such video recordings are a hilarious cue that these operating systems are aural experiences, as well. In actual fact, we would even go to the extent of stating that this act really sounds a lot better than the real sounds in Windows itself!
Perhaps the software giant might be interested in signing them in the coming time as who wouldn’t mind if their Windows sound effects sounded as good as this, right?