Simulate ghost sounds on your speaker system by turning to this lightweight application that lets you customize your spiritual visitors.
- Version : 2.9
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :GKC ElectroSoft
If you’re the kind of person that likes to pull pranks on your friends, you might have already planned one or two tricks that involve using your computer or at least some things that are available on it.
MidNight, for instance, is a third-party application that can play scary, ghostly footsteps on your speakers randomly.
No installation required
Since it’s a portable application, you don’t need to install it on your computer. The only things you need to do are unpacking the archive it comes in and launching its executable, simple and plain.
Furthermore, the app can also be run from removable storage media such as USB flash drives and it won’t tamper with any of your Windows Registry entries or create additional files or folders on your PC.
Plays spooky sounds on your speakers
As stated before, MidNight can be a fun way of messing with your friends by having them over and playing spooky sounds on your speakers every now and then.
This can be especially funny if you have a surround system where the speakers are hidden and scattered throughout your room. The application randomly plays the sounds after you set it to run.
Configure up to four “ghosts”
The application is generous enough to offer you four ghosts that you can customize according to your wish. Customizing each critter can be simply done by clicking it and interacting with the newly available menu.
The parameters that can be adjusted are as follows: the frequency of the sounds, the pattern (you can choose from Doorman, Electrician and Postman), the personality of the ghosts and their volume. It is also possible to test each one before you launch the program.
Funny app that can help you prank your friends with ghost sounds
To wrap it up, if you’re looking for a quick and fun way to pull a prank on your friends using your PC and a sound system, you might give MidNight a spin.