Someone would say I am brainsick... So may be I am.
By some reasons I had no my loudspeakers and an alarm on my mobile never wake me up.
So I decided to create an alarm based on
beep Unix tool. This tool allows you to play sound with specified frequency and delay on your speaker.
Some times after I decided that simple "Be-e-e-e-p" sound is borring and I created a player. It can play tunes defined in format for old Nokia mobiles. Have you ever type something like this:
8e2 8d2 8d2 8c2 8b1 8a1 8b1 8c2 8f1 8e2 8d2 8- 8- 8d2 8c2 8b1
...to add new ringtone for your mobile?
Getting and usage
You should clone my repository from github:
git clone git://github.com/greyblake/beep-alarm.git
And to try it just type:
You should listen a sound of russian song "Kalinka". Unfortunately the only way to stop it is to send INT signal with pressing
With this tool you can specify time at what you want a tune to play. Next example make it play at 8:00:
It has 7 bultin melodies(to see them use
--help), so you can choose another one with
# play Metallica - Unforgiven beep-alarm -m 3
You can even change tempo of tune(default is 120)!
beep-alarm -t 200
And even play a tune in different keynote:
# Down for 2 semitones beep-alarm -o -2
To get more information and example use
I hope you'll enjoy it and will never oversleep your work:)