In January, South Korean a cappella group Maytree wowed us with their spot-on vocal interpretations of Home windows sound results, and on Friday, the group launched a video of their subsequent spectacular showcase: interpretations of sounds from iPhones.
The video is a bit over a minute lengthy, and I like to recommend watching the entire thing, which you are able to do on the high of this put up. They cowl plenty of ringtones, together with the acquainted “Opening” ringtone, the traditional “Marimba” ringtone, and even the twangy “Strum” ringtone. (I ought to warn you that in addition they re-create the blaring “Alarm” ringtone, so be ready to expertise that temporary second of terror.) They even sort out some system noises, together with the sounds of textual content messages being despatched and obtained and a tightly choreographed model of the iPhone’s lock sound.
In the event you haven’t seen the video of the Home windows sound results, it’s best to take 28 seconds out of your day to watch it, too. I feel it’s even higher than their iPhone video.