This is a work in progress. Eventually, it might play background music for you that encodes useful information like the time of day or tomorrow's weather. For now, it's just a collection of sounds and melodies I've made while experimenting. Requirements: * cabal-install (Haskell's package manager). * The sndio library (used to play sound). The package might be called "libsndio-dev" or something similar. To hear sounds, run the test_sounds binary. You can run it using Cabal, Haskell's package manager. For example, run: cabal run .:test_sounds -- shepard_timer to hear the "shepard_timer" sound. Run it without arguments (cabal run .:test_sounds) to see a usage message that includes a list of names of sounds, and to learn how to save the sound (as raw samples) instead of playing it.