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I'm searching for an application like "KeyClick". That one is for OS X, I need one for Microsoft Windows.

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You could use the free product Home Typist :

Home Typist adds typewriter sounds to your computer keyboard. The program is useful for home typists. At every touch of the keyboard there is the new sound, which makes the process of typing more interesting, amuses and reduces stress and helps to produce rhythmic typing.

Another one is Qwertick :

It adds a sound feedback to your keyboard, a touch of an old typewriter that stimulates creativity.

If you want to hear sounds other than Typewriter ‘tick tick’, then have a look at Clickey utility that has 26 different sounds for different key strokes on computer keyboard.

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Well.. it is something, but if I type fast, the sound becomes really strange. –  Shiki Apr 3 '11 at 16:26
    
Like... if I type too fast, they don't overlap, but sound A stops and B starts. That's just weird. Tried their commercial product, but it have the same problem. :/ –  Shiki Apr 3 '11 at 16:30
    
It "sounds" logical to me that the new key overrides the old. Otherwise the sound could lag far behind the typist, especially if some of the sounds are long-playing. –  harrymc Apr 3 '11 at 16:49
    
But it's just so strange. I mean.. try it out. I don't care if the sounds are short, but it's a bit annoying ^^". –  Shiki Apr 3 '11 at 16:53
    
I added a couple of more products (I didn't really believe there would be 3 such). I take no responsibility for any of them. –  harrymc Apr 3 '11 at 17:46
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