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  1. #1
    Gavin Miller
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    I've been searching the web for a simple, single "beep" ringtone in mmf
    format for my Samsung SGH-Z510 mobile phone.

    All I can find is music files to download.

    I'm just an old-fashioned business user who just wants a simple "beep" alert
    when a text message arrives. I don't want my phone to play a symphony or
    emit some other animated sound. I just want a simple businesslike "beep".
    Why is this not an option on such an advanced phone???

    Can anyone help me find such a tone?

    [I know I'm on the wrong newsgroup - just can't find an English-speaking
    Samsung Newsgroup!]

    Thanks,
    Gavin
    Perth, Western Australia





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  2. #2
    Rick
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    Re: Simple "beep" ringtone

    On Wed, 02 Aug 2006 11:06:57 GMT, "Gavin Miller" <gjmiller@bigpond.net.au> wrote:

    >I've been searching the web for a simple, single "beep" ringtone in mmf
    >format for my Samsung SGH-Z510 mobile phone.
    >
    >All I can find is music files to download.
    >
    >I'm just an old-fashioned business user who just wants a simple "beep" alert
    >when a text message arrives. I don't want my phone to play a symphony or
    >emit some other animated sound. I just want a simple businesslike "beep".
    >Why is this not an option on such an advanced phone???
    >
    >Can anyone help me find such a tone?
    >
    >[I know I'm on the wrong newsgroup - just can't find an English-speaking
    >Samsung Newsgroup!]
    >
    >Thanks,
    >Gavin
    >Perth, Western Australia
    >


    Look at http://www.planetofnoise.com/midi/morse2mid.php

    Rick... (The other Rick)



  3. #3
    Gavin Miller
    Guest

    Re: Simple "beep" ringtone


    Thanks Rick.

    I tried to download the letter "E" (one beep in Morse!) but unfortunately
    the .midi file doesn't appear to be recognized by my phone. All the default
    ringtones in the phone's menu are in .mmf format so I guess I can only use
    ..mmf ringtones. :-(

    Gavin



    "Rick" <You@must.be.joking> wrote in message
    news:av15d250ngira9d5o5fc4n2ish26c0j9vp@4ax.com...
    > On Wed, 02 Aug 2006 11:06:57 GMT, "Gavin Miller" <gjmiller@bigpond.net.au>
    > wrote:
    >
    >>I've been searching the web for a simple, single "beep" ringtone in mmf
    >>format for my Samsung SGH-Z510 mobile phone.
    >>
    >>All I can find is music files to download.
    >>
    >>I'm just an old-fashioned business user who just wants a simple "beep"
    >>alert
    >>when a text message arrives. I don't want my phone to play a symphony or
    >>emit some other animated sound. I just want a simple businesslike
    >>"beep".
    >>Why is this not an option on such an advanced phone???
    >>
    >>Can anyone help me find such a tone?
    >>
    >>[I know I'm on the wrong newsgroup - just can't find an English-speaking
    >>Samsung Newsgroup!]
    >>
    >>Thanks,
    >>Gavin
    >>Perth, Western Australia
    >>

    >
    > Look at http://www.planetofnoise.com/midi/morse2mid.php
    >
    > Rick... (The other Rick)






  4. #4
    Rick
    Guest

    Re: Simple "beep" ringtone

    On Fri, 04 Aug 2006 02:38:04 GMT, "Gavin Miller" <gjmiller@bigpond.net.au> wrote:

    >
    >Thanks Rick.
    >
    >I tried to download the letter "E" (one beep in Morse!) but unfortunately
    >the .midi file doesn't appear to be recognized by my phone. All the default
    >ringtones in the phone's menu are in .mmf format so I guess I can only use
    >.mmf ringtones. :-(
    >
    >Gavin
    >
    >
    >
    >"Rick" <You@must.be.joking> wrote in message
    >news:av15d250ngira9d5o5fc4n2ish26c0j9vp@4ax.com...
    >> On Wed, 02 Aug 2006 11:06:57 GMT, "Gavin Miller" <gjmiller@bigpond.net.au>
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >>>I've been searching the web for a simple, single "beep" ringtone in mmf
    >>>format for my Samsung SGH-Z510 mobile phone.
    >>>
    >>>All I can find is music files to download.
    >>>
    >>>I'm just an old-fashioned business user who just wants a simple "beep"
    >>>alert
    >>>when a text message arrives. I don't want my phone to play a symphony or
    >>>emit some other animated sound. I just want a simple businesslike
    >>>"beep".
    >>>Why is this not an option on such an advanced phone???
    >>>
    >>>Can anyone help me find such a tone?
    >>>
    >>>[I know I'm on the wrong newsgroup - just can't find an English-speaking
    >>>Samsung Newsgroup!]
    >>>
    >>>Thanks,
    >>>Gavin
    >>>Perth, Western Australia
    >>>

    >>
    >> Look at http://www.planetofnoise.com/midi/morse2mid.php
    >>
    >> Rick... (The other Rick)

    >



    Try using http://www.convert-ringtones.com/

    I haven't used it, but it looks good
    Rick... (The other Rick)



  5. #5
    losttheplot@tesco.net
    Guest

    Re: Simple "beep" ringtone

    On Wed, 02 Aug 2006 11:06:57 GMT, "Gavin Miller" <gjmiller@bigpond.net.au>
    wrote this with the utmost thought:

    >I've been searching the web for a simple, single "beep" ringtone in mmf
    >format for my Samsung SGH-Z510 mobile phone.
    >
    >All I can find is music files to download.
    >
    >I'm just an old-fashioned business user who just wants a simple "beep" alert
    >when a text message arrives. I don't want my phone to play a symphony or
    >emit some other animated sound. I just want a simple businesslike "beep".
    >Why is this not an option on such an advanced phone???
    >
    >Can anyone help me find such a tone?
    >
    >[I know I'm on the wrong newsgroup - just can't find an English-speaking
    >Samsung Newsgroup!]
    >
    >Thanks,
    >Gavin
    >Perth, Western Australia


    I know you have one and I don't, but according to most of the WWW sites I've
    just browsed, the Samsung SGH-Z510 can use .mp3, midi and mmf files for
    ringtones. If that is the case then you have a vast amount of tones
    available for free. Audacity is quite good for editing/creating .mp3 tones,
    needs LAME encoder as well and both are free. I use that combination for
    taking snippets off my audio CDs and use /mp3s on the Nokia and Moto 'phones
    I have.







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