Do like I do and use an ancient IBM clicker type keyboard. Found about a half dozen in resale shops, and been using them for about 4 years, won't come anywhere near a soft touch keyboard now, love these old things. Sturdy as can be, practically indestructible, and have the feel of the old IBM selectric typewriters. I dropped this one on the sidewalk, split the case, and after pressing it back together I've been using it for 2 years, and I pound on this thing harder than most people even think about. My sister gets mad at me every time I use her computer because I abuse her keyboard. I can't get a new one to last 6 months...This one is dated May 1993.
Also has the advantage of each one being identical, I have sometimes 3 or more computers to use and work on, and swapping from one keyboard to another would be a nightmare if I didn't have these, each is just like being on my primary machine, this one.
OK, to be serious, I don't know of a utility that will do what you want. I have the same clicker effect, but not as loud, but it's the real thing, not a software imitation. You can hear me typing in the next room...provided the door is open, of course.
If you had everything...Where would you put it?
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