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  1. #1
    Shamus
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    Polyphonic Ringtone Developer required for casual per demand basis.

    Candidate must have a minimum of 2 years experience working with MIDI
    and be familiar with ringtone formats such as SP-MIDI and SMAF.

    E-mail [email protected] if interested.



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  2. #2
    Christopher Pollard
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    Re: Polyphonic Ringtone Developer Required

    On Wed, 01 Oct 2003 23:04:43 GMT, Shamus <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Polyphonic Ringtone Developer required for casual per demand basis.


    What software can one use for this? I have (and I'm not applying for the post
    here...) some knowledge of music, and have made a few mono ringtones with both
    logomamager and Nokia composer.
    Now I have a poly phone and would like to have a go.


    Chris Pollard

    --
    CG Internet café, Tagum City, Philippines
    http://www.cginternet.net



  3. #3
    S. Housley
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic Ringtone Developer Required

    >Polyphonic Ringtone Developer required for casual per demand basis.
    >
    >Candidate must have a minimum of 2 years experience working with MIDI
    >and be familiar with ringtone formats such as SP-MIDI and SMAF.
    >
    >E-mail [email protected] if interested.


    You may want to contact Max Krainov at Unwired Tec
    http://www.convert-ringtones.com I believe he might be interested.
    Goodluck
    Sharon Housley
    NotePage, Inc.
    http://www.notepage.net
    Leaders in Wireless Messaging Software




  4. #4
    S. Housley
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic Ringtone Developer Required

    >>Polyphonic Ringtone Developer required for casual per demand basis.
    >
    >What software can one use for this?


    There are a number of different ringtone composition applications. You can
    download and try evaluation versions from
    http://www.ring-tone-software.com/ri...n-software.htm
    Goodluck
    Sharon Housley
    NotePage, Inc.
    http://www.notepage.net
    Leaders in Wireless Messaging Software




  5. #5
    voxDEI
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic Ringtone Developer Required

    i think he mean developing actual ring tone from scratch and not just mere
    conversion etc, it actually hardware/software combination with a midi
    hardware keyboard interface with the computer. then you record natural voice
    from a dog for instant then synthesise it each voice combine to make a
    musical composition (i think poly rintones these days have 32 channel). if
    anyone recall the good ol amiga500 intros, dont laugh but i still use amiga
    for this hahaha...

    "Christopher Pollard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Wed, 01 Oct 2003 23:04:43 GMT, Shamus <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >Polyphonic Ringtone Developer required for casual per demand basis.

    >
    > What software can one use for this? I have (and I'm not applying for the

    post
    > here...) some knowledge of music, and have made a few mono ringtones with

    both
    > logomamager and Nokia composer.
    > Now I have a poly phone and would like to have a go.
    >
    >
    > Chris Pollard
    >
    > --
    > CG Internet café, Tagum City, Philippines
    > http://www.cginternet.net






  6. #6
    Lina och Niall
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic Ringtone Developer Required


    "voxDEI" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    news:[email protected]
    > i think he mean developing actual ring tone from scratch and not just mere
    > conversion etc, it actually hardware/software combination with a midi
    > hardware keyboard interface with the computer. then you record natural

    voice
    > from a dog for instant then synthesise it each voice combine to make a
    > musical composition (i think poly rintones these days have 32 channel). if
    > anyone recall the good ol amiga500 intros, dont laugh but i still use

    amiga
    > for this hahaha...


    Not much point recording real life sounds if you are creating polyphonic
    ringtones for Mobile Phones - you are stuck with the sounds generated by the
    phone. Of course, you could play back your dog samples on a P800 if you
    wanted...







  7. #7
    voxDEI
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic Ringtone Developer Required

    OMG... ever heard of a syntheser? you could record anything, bell, drum your
    voice dog bark.. then you press a keyboard then that sound will be play back
    in that mote... alll midi are made this way... instead of dog bark they have
    drum, guita, brass etc etc..
    all these combine to make what your hear...
    NOT RECORD WITH YOUR MIC AND PLAY THAT BACK AS RING TONE!!! jesus

    "Lina och Niall" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "voxDEI" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    > news:[email protected]
    > > i think he mean developing actual ring tone from scratch and not just

    mere
    > > conversion etc, it actually hardware/software combination with a midi
    > > hardware keyboard interface with the computer. then you record natural

    > voice
    > > from a dog for instant then synthesise it each voice combine to make a
    > > musical composition (i think poly rintones these days have 32 channel).

    if
    > > anyone recall the good ol amiga500 intros, dont laugh but i still use

    > amiga
    > > for this hahaha...

    >
    > Not much point recording real life sounds if you are creating polyphonic
    > ringtones for Mobile Phones - you are stuck with the sounds generated by

    the
    > phone. Of course, you could play back your dog samples on a P800 if you
    > wanted...
    >
    >
    >
    >






  8. #8
    milkmonitor
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic Ringtone Developer Required

    I think Lina has heard of a synthesiser but would probably use Cubase to
    author MIDI, right Lina? ;o)

    "voxDEI" <darks[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:ac1fb.133[email protected]
    > OMG... ever heard of a syntheser? you could record anything, bell, drum

    your
    > voice dog bark.. then you press a keyboard then that sound will be play

    back
    > in that mote... alll midi are made this way... instead of dog bark they

    have
    > drum, guita, brass etc etc..
    > all these combine to make what your hear...
    > NOT RECORD WITH YOUR MIC AND PLAY THAT BACK AS RING TONE!!! jesus
    >
    > "Lina och Niall" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > "voxDEI" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    > > news:[email protected]
    > > > i think he mean developing actual ring tone from scratch and not just

    > mere
    > > > conversion etc, it actually hardware/software combination with a midi
    > > > hardware keyboard interface with the computer. then you record natural

    > > voice
    > > > from a dog for instant then synthesise it each voice combine to make a
    > > > musical composition (i think poly rintones these days have 32

    channel).
    > if
    > > > anyone recall the good ol amiga500 intros, dont laugh but i still use

    > > amiga
    > > > for this hahaha...

    > >
    > > Not much point recording real life sounds if you are creating polyphonic
    > > ringtones for Mobile Phones - you are stuck with the sounds generated by

    > the
    > > phone. Of course, you could play back your dog samples on a P800 if you
    > > wanted...
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  9. #9
    Carl.
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic Ringtone Developer Required

    "Christopher Pollard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:v00onvkru1ahmh[email protected]
    > On Wed, 01 Oct 2003 23:04:43 GMT, Shamus <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >Polyphonic Ringtone Developer required for casual per demand basis.

    >
    > What software can one use for this? I have (and I'm not applying for the

    post
    > here...) some knowledge of music, and have made a few mono ringtones with

    both
    > logomamager and Nokia composer.
    > Now I have a poly phone and would like to have a go.


    "Anvil Studio" has a free version for making MIDI files (limited functions,
    but a good way to start). I use it to edit MIDIs for length, number of
    instruments, etc, to optimize them for ringers.

    MIDI is the "real" format to make them in, then you can probably find
    conversion software for whatever format is unique to your phone.
    Sony/Ericsson uses plain old MIDI.


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  10. #10
    Christopher Pollard
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic Ringtone Developer Required

    On Fri, 03 Oct 2003 02:30:11 GMT, "Carl." <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    >"Anvil Studio" has a free version for making MIDI files (limited functions,
    >but a good way to start). I use it to edit MIDIs for length, number of
    >instruments, etc, to optimize them for ringers.


    Sounds like what I'm looking for.


    >MIDI is the "real" format to make them in, then you can probably find
    >conversion software for whatever format is unique to your phone.
    >Sony/Ericsson uses plain old MIDI.


    MIDI is perfectly ok for uploading.


    Chris Pollard

    --
    CG Internet café, Tagum City, Philippines
    http://www.cginternet.net



  11. #11
    Lina och Niall
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic Ringtone Developer Required


    "voxDEI" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    news:[email protected]
    > OMG... ever heard of a syntheser? you could record anything, bell, drum

    your
    > voice dog bark.. then you press a keyboard then that sound will be play

    back
    > in that mote...


    That's called a sampler

    alll midi are made this way... instead of dog bark they have
    > drum, guita, brass etc etc..
    > all these combine to make what your hear...


    err.... nope. MIDI is just information telling the MIDI device what
    instruments/notes to play. How they sound depends on the instrument. In the
    case of a sampler, it could be recordings of whatever you wanted triggered
    by MIDI. In the case of all current mobile phones (as far as I know), the
    sounds triggered are produced by the phone and cannot be changed. So no dog
    barks etc.

    > NOT RECORD WITH YOUR MIC AND PLAY THAT BACK AS RING TONE!!! jesus


    Now I don't really know what you are shouting about. Sorry to have upset you
    so...

    Niall

    >
    > "Lina och Niall" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > "voxDEI" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    > > news:[email protected]
    > > > i think he mean developing actual ring tone from scratch and not just

    > mere
    > > > conversion etc, it actually hardware/software combination with a midi
    > > > hardware keyboard interface with the computer. then you record natural

    > > voice
    > > > from a dog for instant then synthesise it each voice combine to make a
    > > > musical composition (i think poly rintones these days have 32

    channel).
    > if
    > > > anyone recall the good ol amiga500 intros, dont laugh but i still use

    > > amiga
    > > > for this hahaha...

    > >
    > > Not much point recording real life sounds if you are creating polyphonic
    > > ringtones for Mobile Phones - you are stuck with the sounds generated by

    > the
    > > phone. Of course, you could play back your dog samples on a P800 if you
    > > wanted...
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  12. #12
    Lina och Niall
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic Ringtone Developer Required


    "milkmonitor" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    news:[email protected]
    > I think Lina has heard of a synthesiser but would probably use Cubase to
    > author MIDI, right Lina? ;o)


    Do we know each other?


    >
    > "voxDEI" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > OMG... ever heard of a syntheser? you could record anything, bell, drum

    > your
    > > voice dog bark.. then you press a keyboard then that sound will be play

    > back
    > > in that mote... alll midi are made this way... instead of dog bark they

    > have
    > > drum, guita, brass etc etc..
    > > all these combine to make what your hear...
    > > NOT RECORD WITH YOUR MIC AND PLAY THAT BACK AS RING TONE!!! jesus
    > >
    > > "Lina och Niall" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > > >
    > > > "voxDEI" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    > > > news:[email protected]
    > > > > i think he mean developing actual ring tone from scratch and not

    just
    > > mere
    > > > > conversion etc, it actually hardware/software combination with a

    midi
    > > > > hardware keyboard interface with the computer. then you record

    natural
    > > > voice
    > > > > from a dog for instant then synthesise it each voice combine to make

    a
    > > > > musical composition (i think poly rintones these days have 32

    > channel).
    > > if
    > > > > anyone recall the good ol amiga500 intros, dont laugh but i still

    use
    > > > amiga
    > > > > for this hahaha...
    > > >
    > > > Not much point recording real life sounds if you are creating

    polyphonic
    > > > ringtones for Mobile Phones - you are stuck with the sounds generated

    by
    > > the
    > > > phone. Of course, you could play back your dog samples on a P800 if

    you
    > > > wanted...
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >

    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  13. #13
    voxDEI
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic Ringtone Developer Required

    >err.... nope. MIDI is just information telling the MIDI device what
    >instruments/notes to play.

    Agree, but

    >How they sound depends on the instrument

    But you just said it is the MIDI that tell what intrument to play
    (if you mean on the machine thats it play on, like mobile phone?)

    >In the case of all current mobile phones (as far as I know), the
    > sounds triggered are produced by the phone and cannot be changed. So no

    dog
    > barks etc.

    Yes agree, they are not really midi thought, hence midi to ringtone
    converter

    Anyway i think you mean midi are just "music sheets" with no instruments, as
    in ring tones keypress rely on the phone to produce the note
    well i disgree, midi involve more then that to produce, involving sampling
    of sounds of real instruments for each of the MIDI voices. Synthesizers
    start with REAL SOUND samples and manipulate them to achive the specific
    note called for, etc.

    and thats what i meant, every of those
    "Lina och Niall" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "voxDEI" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    > news:[email protected]
    > > OMG... ever heard of a syntheser? you could record anything, bell, drum

    > your
    > > voice dog bark.. then you press a keyboard then that sound will be play

    > back
    > > in that mote...

    >
    > That's called a sampler
    >
    > alll midi are made this way... instead of dog bark they have
    > > drum, guita, brass etc etc..
    > > all these combine to make what your hear...

    >
    > err.... nope. MIDI is just information telling the MIDI device what
    > instruments/notes to play. How they sound depends on the instrument. In

    the
    > case of a sampler, it could be recordings of whatever you wanted triggered
    > by MIDI. In the case of all current mobile phones (as far as I know), the
    > sounds triggered are produced by the phone and cannot be changed. So no

    dog
    > barks etc.
    >
    > > NOT RECORD WITH YOUR MIC AND PLAY THAT BACK AS RING TONE!!! jesus

    >
    > Now I don't really know what you are shouting about. Sorry to have upset

    you
    > so...
    >
    > Niall
    >
    > >
    > > "Lina och Niall" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > > >
    > > > "voxDEI" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    > > > news:[email protected]
    > > > > i think he mean developing actual ring tone from scratch and not

    just
    > > mere
    > > > > conversion etc, it actually hardware/software combination with a

    midi
    > > > > hardware keyboard interface with the computer. then you record

    natural
    > > > voice
    > > > > from a dog for instant then synthesise it each voice combine to make

    a
    > > > > musical composition (i think poly rintones these days have 32

    > channel).
    > > if
    > > > > anyone recall the good ol amiga500 intros, dont laugh but i still

    use
    > > > amiga
    > > > > for this hahaha...
    > > >
    > > > Not much point recording real life sounds if you are creating

    polyphonic
    > > > ringtones for Mobile Phones - you are stuck with the sounds generated

    by
    > > the
    > > > phone. Of course, you could play back your dog samples on a P800 if

    you
    > > > wanted...
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >

    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  14. #14
    Lina och Niall
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic Ringtone Developer Required


    "voxDEI" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    news:[email protected]

    This is OT and cross-posted, so consider this my last post on the subject.
    If you are interested in learning more about MIDI, there are plenty of sites
    online. Read in below:

    > >err.... nope. MIDI is just information telling the MIDI device what
    > >instruments/notes to play.

    > Agree, but
    > >How they sound depends on the instrument

    > But you just said it is the MIDI that tell what intrument to play
    > (if you mean on the machine thats it play on, like mobile phone?)


    The MIDI file contains info saying which notes and whether to play them on
    Guitar, Piano, drum etc. How that piano, guitar or drum actually sounds
    depends on the MIDI device (In this case the mobile phone). If the device
    doe not support General MIDI standard, then the MIDI file might tell the
    device to play a guitar sound but the device might even actually play the
    notes with a didgeridoo sound for example.

    > >In the case of all current mobile phones (as far as I know), the
    > > sounds triggered are produced by the phone and cannot be changed. So no

    > dog
    > > barks etc.

    > Yes agree, they are not really midi thought, hence midi to ringtone
    > converter


    Well, I jumped into this discussion on alt.cellular.ericsson without
    realising I was accidentally crossposting. In the case of the SE P800, T300,
    T310, T610 and a number of other phones, you can actually load ".MID" files
    directly into the phone. In other cases, the principle is the same but the
    format of the file differs. The sounds are still being produced by the phone
    and cannot be changed.

    > Anyway i think you mean midi are just "music sheets" with no instruments,

    as
    > in ring tones keypress rely on the phone to produce the note


    Yup, that's pretty much what I mean

    > well i disgree, midi involve more then that to produce, involving sampling
    > of sounds of real instruments for each of the MIDI voices. Synthesizers
    > start with REAL SOUND samples and manipulate them to achive the specific
    > note called for, etc.


    Well, if I was being picky, a "synthesizer" synthesizes the sound (ie
    produces it artificially) whereas what you are referring to is called a
    sampler. Nowadays the border between these two is blurry indeed. You can
    indeed use a midi file to control synthesizers, samplers etc to create music
    based on real sounds, synthesized sounds, whatever. However, the music
    produced is no longer "MIDI". Once it has been performed, the output is
    actual "audio" which can be recorded to tape, to a ".wav" file or whatever.
    If you took the MIDI file that you had used to make this music and loaded it
    into a phone (or converted it to another polyphonic format and loaded it
    into a phone) then it would sound very different.

    My point was that to use music based on your own recorded sounds as a
    polyphonic ringtone in your phone, the ONLY way to do it at the moment would
    be to use a phone which is capable of playing back wav or mp3 files or
    similar. Of course one day someone may produce a phone with a built-in MIDI
    controlled sampler but I guess that is while away yet.

    <waffle mode off> and sorry folks for taking up all this space in several
    groups. If you want to carry on this conversation in private, feel free. For
    those of you interested in MIDI, check out alt.music.midi the FAQ can be
    found at:

    http://home.sc.rr.com/cosmogony/ammfaq.html
    Niall

    > and thats what i meant, every of those
    > "Lina och Niall" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > "voxDEI" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    > > news:[email protected]
    > > > OMG... ever heard of a syntheser? you could record anything, bell,

    drum
    > > your
    > > > voice dog bark.. then you press a keyboard then that sound will be

    play
    > > back
    > > > in that mote...

    > >
    > > That's called a sampler
    > >
    > > alll midi are made this way... instead of dog bark they have
    > > > drum, guita, brass etc etc..
    > > > all these combine to make what your hear...

    > >
    > > err.... nope. MIDI is just information telling the MIDI device what
    > > instruments/notes to play. How they sound depends on the instrument. In

    > the
    > > case of a sampler, it could be recordings of whatever you wanted

    triggered
    > > by MIDI. In the case of all current mobile phones (as far as I know),

    the
    > > sounds triggered are produced by the phone and cannot be changed. So no

    > dog
    > > barks etc.
    > >
    > > > NOT RECORD WITH YOUR MIC AND PLAY THAT BACK AS RING TONE!!! jesus

    > >
    > > Now I don't really know what you are shouting about. Sorry to have upset

    > you
    > > so...
    > >
    > > Niall
    > >
    > > >
    > > > "Lina och Niall" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > > news:[email protected]
    > > > >
    > > > > "voxDEI" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    > > > > news:[email protected]
    > > > > > i think he mean developing actual ring tone from scratch and not

    > just
    > > > mere
    > > > > > conversion etc, it actually hardware/software combination with a

    > midi
    > > > > > hardware keyboard interface with the computer. then you record

    > natural
    > > > > voice
    > > > > > from a dog for instant then synthesise it each voice combine to

    make
    > a
    > > > > > musical composition (i think poly rintones these days have 32

    > > channel).
    > > > if
    > > > > > anyone recall the good ol amiga500 intros, dont laugh but i still

    > use
    > > > > amiga
    > > > > > for this hahaha...
    > > > >
    > > > > Not much point recording real life sounds if you are creating

    > polyphonic
    > > > > ringtones for Mobile Phones - you are stuck with the sounds

    generated
    > by
    > > > the
    > > > > phone. Of course, you could play back your dog samples on a P800 if

    > you
    > > > > wanted...
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > >
    > > >

    > >
    > >

    >
    >






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