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  1. #1
    chelu8869
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    Hi all,
    I have an Sonyericsson T610, and I was wondering if there was such a
    feature as to adjust the ringer (other than the default max settings)?
    Thanks in advance


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  2. #2
    Lina och Niall
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    Re: Can midi tones adjust louder?

    If you are loading new MIDI files to use as ringtones, the problem may lie
    with the files themselves. If the "volume" level of the MIDI files is set
    low, there are ways of adjusting the file before you send it to the mobile
    but this requires the right software and a certain amount of time, if you
    are not familiar with MIDI programming


    "chelu8869" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
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    > Hi all,
    > I have an Sonyericsson T610, and I was wondering if there was such a
    > feature as to adjust the ringer (other than the default max settings)?
    > Thanks in advance
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  3. #3
    thaplaygyrl
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    Re: Can midi tones adjust louder?


    are there any programs you would suggest?


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  4. #4
    orenblasberg
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    Re: Can midi tones adjust louder?


    gnmidi


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  5. #5
    Pikkis
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    Re: Can midi tones adjust louder?

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  6. #6
    Turbodiesel5
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    Re: Can midi tones adjust louder?


    Take a look on www.cnet.com for sound editors...


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  7. #7
    Lina och Niall
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    Re: Can midi tones adjust louder?

    To be honest, the software package I use to do this kind of stuff (and
    lots more) would be total overkill just for MIDI editing and I dont have a
    good idea of what is available at the lower end. Do a search for "MIDI
    editor" in your favourite search engine, you should be able to find
    something.

    depending on how the file was recorded/programmed, you might get away
    with adjusting a few volume levels or you might need to use some more
    in-depth functions and bring the note velocity levels up throughout the
    song. It really depends how much time and energy you are prepared to
    sacrifice to get a nice ring-signal ;o)


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  8. #8
    David Horne
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    Re: Can midi tones adjust louder?

    Lina och Niall <[email protected]> wrote:

    > "David Horne" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    > news:1fzbtt4.12wdha4qsx3wgN%[email protected]
    > > Lina och Niall <lnsubsN[email protected]> wrote:

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    > > On this subject, could anyone point me to the specifications for midi
    > > files to played on a T610? I've tried downloading midi files I've made
    > > myself- quite simple and not very big- but every time I try to download
    > > them, I get a message that it's an unknown format.

    >
    > Send me a link, I will try one on mine


    Try the midi files at 81. 152. 29. 24 [join the obvious spaces
    together to get real address] link might not be very stable- it's on my
    laptop.

    They work perfectly well as midi files, and two.mid is tiny. So, I'm
    maybe not making the right kind of midi file. Strange.

    David

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  9. #9
    David Horne
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    Re: Can midi tones adjust louder?

    David Horne <[email protected]> wrote:

    [I've cross posted the answer because I asked similar questions in both
    groups]

    > On this subject, could anyone point me to the specifications for midi
    > files to played on a T610? I've tried downloading midi files I've made
    > myself- quite simple and not very big- but every time I try to download
    > them, I get a message that it's an unknown format.


    OK- answered my own question. Looks like there's nothing wrong with the
    T610 or the midi files, but some strange problem when donwloading them
    using my computer as a server. Anyway, I've quickly made an "old ring"
    sound, but more like the UK double-ring version. You can download it if
    you like:

    http://tinyurl.com/jo42

    I'll try and find a recording of an old UK phone, so I can make it more
    authentic. The one I made is a bit too fast as well, I think. I'm hoping
    that the old ringing sound isn't copyrighted in some way, so I don't get
    into trouble by copying it...

    David

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  10. #10
    Lina och Niall
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    Re: Can midi tones adjust louder?


    "David Horne" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
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    > Lina och Niall <[email protected]> wrote:


    > > > On this subject, could anyone point me to the specifications for midi
    > > > files to played on a T610? I've tried downloading midi files I've made
    > > > myself- quite simple and not very big- but every time I try to

    download
    > > > them, I get a message that it's an unknown format.

    >
    > Try the midi files at 81. 152. 29. 24 [join the obvious spaces
    > together to get real address] link might not be very stable- it's on my
    > laptop.


    Well, I think you already said you got it working elsewhere, but I can
    confirm that I loaded all the MIDIs from that site to my T610 using
    bluetooth and they all work fine. I will keep the "ring ring" one for a
    while until I get round to making my own wacky ones

    Niall



    > They work perfectly well as midi files, and two.mid is tiny. So, I'm
    > maybe not making the right kind of midi file. Strange.
    >
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  11. #11
    David Horne
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    Re: Can midi tones adjust louder?

    Lina och Niall <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Well, I think you already said you got it working elsewhere, but I can
    > confirm that I loaded all the MIDIs from that site to my T610 using
    > bluetooth and they all work fine. I will keep the "ring ring" one for a
    > while until I get round to making my own wacky ones


    Oddly, I couldn't get them when I actually entered the IP address on my
    T610. I could see the files- even the icons, but when I donwloaded, I
    got the invalid file error. I could download pics fine. Anyway, I now
    store the files on my yahoo briefcase and download onto the T610 from
    there. I don't have bluetooth on my mac powerbook. It's an odd problem,
    not sure why it's happening, but I've got a workaround now, so I can't
    be bothered pursuing it further.

    David

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