A dental drill is like a hobby rotary tool on steroids. Its shrill whine can make grown men want to run away, crawl under a table and curl up into the fetal position. If you're like us, situations like this make you think: "That's just awful. How can I harness this power for my own benefit?"
Our dental drill, using real-life sound samples, starts off with a menacing whine as the long, needle-like drill bit spins up. As the phone is tilted, the pitch builds to a shrieking fury until the drill is level, at which point the whine is punctuated by the unmistakable piercing squeal of the bit making contact.