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Windows 7: How to play custom sound when I press Ctrl, Alt, Shift, or Win keys?

05 Aug 2013   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1
 
 
How to play custom sound when I press Ctrl, Alt, Shift, or Win keys?

Good day,
I am pretty sure that Windows 7 cannot do this itself (I know of the Accessibility options, which don't seem to allow a custom sound), but I want a utility that I can set to play specific sounds when I hit the Ctrl, Alt, Shift, or Win keys. I have downloaded the free program Soundplant, which can program sounds to play back when most other keys are pressed EXCEPT the four I'm interested in, and I have also found a slew of other not-very-useful programs, both free and not-free. I also found Sounding Keyboard and Mouse, which does seem to do some of what I want (with a somewhat clunky interface), but it isn't free. Anyone know of a free solution? Either a downloadable program or some kind of script or something simple that I (or perhaps someone else who knows what they're doing) could write?
Thanks!

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