During exercises there are sound effects to notify you when a move/pose is done. I sometimes even play while not looking at the screen without issue. Before starting, the ring and leg band need to be at a specific orientation. For example, when you do an overhead press, the ring needs to be horizontal. Tipp (the figure that shows you the moves) is visible ...
In Minecraft release 1.9+ you can enable subtitles in the corner of the screen, which show what sounds played in the last ~5 seconds! Each sound subtitle fades away with time, darkening and vanishing in a few seconds. Plus, small arrows indicate which side of the player the sound came from.
Or use commands (more reliable, but harder):
To be notified when a ...
I realise this question is quite old, but came across it "by accident" and thought this might help.
When I recently installed my ASUS motherboard drivers on a new system, I got the option of installing a program called "Sonic Radar II".
From the ROG Sonic Radar page:
Sonic Radar is and onscreen overlay that visually represents sound
Make sure you turn off 'Two Button Mouse' in the Options:
This will allow you to select and order all units.
I think most options should be available this way. You will probably have to make intensive use of the menu in the lower left corner.
Double-click selects all units of the same category in the visible area.
The most annoying thing I found ...
Disclaimer: this answer applies to the original Xbox Elite Wireless Controller, and does not work with the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2.
You can't map the paddles to half-pull the triggers, but you can use the hair trigger locks to physically lock your trigger to half-pull.
Back of the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller, image taken from xbox.com