The new version of the Alarm Clock of Justice, 2.2 is available for download. It is better than this one.
If you are using the Alarm Clock of Justice with Windows Vista, download this patch. Details: somehow two functions for volume_vista.dll were not exported.
The Alarm Clock of Justice 2.1 is made to wake a computer up from standby or hibernation to play an alarm which can consist of many different things.
There are a few different versions available for download depending on your currently installed software.
The Alarm Clock of Justice song was performed by myself (main vocals), and my brother (guitar, secondary vocals). It is a song designed for us as an alarm. You can redistribute it and whatever, but just give us credit.
The Alarm Clock of Justice wakes your computer from standby and hibernation to play an alarm consisting of movies, music, CDs, and/or running programs, scripts, batchfiles, and ANY type of file your computer knows how to run. Alarms can also include web addresses and a built-in reminder system can speak reminders with a customizable display (including flashing random colors). Volume effects include unmuting the volume, setting the volume to a certain level, random volume, and alternating the volume between two customizable levels for four customizable amounts of time. Built in support for Windows Media Player is included, and used as a backup in case your regular media player reports an error. Waking from standby and hibernation is customizable with the amount of time to wake up from before your alarm plays, whether to enable "insomniac mode", and whether to play your alarm if your computer wakes up within a customizable amount of time (default: 60 seconds) of the alarm. It runs in the system tray and can optionally run at startup with a specific configuration. The time format is customizable (24 hour or 12 hour). Extensive tests are included to make sure your computer can wake from hibernation and standby. Configurations allow for unlimited alarms.