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  1. #1
    Mr Nath
    Guest
    Hey Group,

    I just got a T610 and I am new to the Polyphonic stuff. I had a read
    through the last set of headers and I can't find anything to help. I use to
    use Logomanager and send logos and ringtones to my old phone and there were
    heaps of sites that aloud you to download ringtones. But now with the
    Polyphonic business I can't seem to find anything to do that with.

    I have the Sony Ericsson software to do the images for wallpapers and stuff.

    i also have christersson.org's SendFile program but no polyphonic files to
    send?

    Can anyone help me with some URL's please.

    Also, with polyphonic, can you have ringtones that are sounds and not
    music??

    i do appoligise if I sound like a newbie and these questions have been asked
    a million times, but I can't seem to find any answers..

    Thanks in Advance,

    Mr Nath.





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  2. #2
    Jinxx
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic: The Run Down

    Hi,

    You can just copy *.mid files to your T610, push on accept on your phone and
    that's it.

    greetings, Jinxx

    "Mr Nath" <[email protected]> schreef in bericht
    news:[email protected]
    > Hey Group,
    >
    > I just got a T610 and I am new to the Polyphonic stuff. I had a read
    > through the last set of headers and I can't find anything to help. I use

    to
    > use Logomanager and send logos and ringtones to my old phone and there

    were
    > heaps of sites that aloud you to download ringtones. But now with the
    > Polyphonic business I can't seem to find anything to do that with.
    >
    > I have the Sony Ericsson software to do the images for wallpapers and

    stuff.
    >
    > i also have christersson.org's SendFile program but no polyphonic files to
    > send?
    >
    > Can anyone help me with some URL's please.
    >
    > Also, with polyphonic, can you have ringtones that are sounds and not
    > music??
    >
    > i do appoligise if I sound like a newbie and these questions have been

    asked
    > a million times, but I can't seem to find any answers..
    >
    > Thanks in Advance,
    >
    > Mr Nath.
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Lina och Niall
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic: The Run Down


    "Mr Nath" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    news:[email protected]
    <snip>
    > Also, with polyphonic, can you have ringtones that are sounds and not
    > music??


    The ringtones are MIDI based which means you have a set of predefined
    instruments (e.g. pianos, drums, flute, lots of others) built into the
    phone. The files you upload to the phone tell it which instruments(s) to
    play, which notes, how loud each note is etc etc, there is no actual sound
    recording within the files. This is why ".mid" files sound different
    depending on whether you play them back with your phone, in Windows, on a
    synth etc.

    The upshot of this is that you cannot change the "sounds" in the phone.
    However, with some clever MIDI programming, you can do quite a lot with that
    set of instruments, including making plenty of sounds that could not be made
    with 'real' instruments. To learn to write your own MIDI files would involve
    a certain amount of learning but there are freebie/cheap programs available
    to help you with this (search for MIDI sequencers) if you feel it would be
    interesting and worth the effort.

    There are literally thousands of MIDI files online, just do a search. I
    would never pay money for this kind of polyphonic signal.. (well, maybe a
    tiny sum if it was really good)

    If you want to play back actual recordings of sounds, you would need a
    phone that supports MP3 or WAV files, like the P800/P900 for example.

    Hope this helps,
    Niall







  4. #4
    Rachael of Nex, the Wiccan Rat
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic: The Run Down


    "Mr Nath" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hey Group,
    >
    > I just got a T610 and I am new to the Polyphonic stuff. I had a read
    > through the last set of headers and I can't find anything to help. I use

    to
    > use Logomanager and send logos and ringtones to my old phone and there

    were
    > heaps of sites that aloud you to download ringtones. But now with the
    > Polyphonic business I can't seem to find anything to do that with.
    >
    > I have the Sony Ericsson software to do the images for wallpapers and

    stuff.
    >
    > i also have christersson.org's SendFile program but no polyphonic files to
    > send?
    >
    > Can anyone help me with some URL's please.
    >
    > Also, with polyphonic, can you have ringtones that are sounds and not
    > music??
    >

    Not exactly, as others have replied - but I do know where you can get some
    ..imy format ringtones for the t610 that are more like odd sounds than music.
    They make use of the phone's vibra function - there's a few doing the
    rounds. I can't remember where I got them from originally but they are
    available to download from a yahoo group called Bluejackers Anonymous, in
    the "files" section. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/bluejackers_anonymous/
    I'm afraid you have to join to get the files but hey - I don't mind if you
    rip the files out then unsubscribe, if you want to.

    These phones use the old fashioned mono tone but they are unique in the fact
    that they use the vibration feature to it's best effect - one of them you
    can't actually hear but you can feel - it mimics a heartbeat. Weird.


    As for poly tones - search any engine for midi files. Then send the file to
    your phone via bluetooth, IR or cable using snedfile, accept it on the
    phone, then go look in "my sounds" to find it.


    Rachael





  5. #5
    MobileFrog
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic: The Run Down

    "Rachael of Nex, the Wiccan Rat" <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > These phones use the old fashioned mono tone but they are unique in
    > the fact that they use the vibration feature to it's best effect - one
    > of them you can't actually hear but you can feel - it mimics a
    > heartbeat. Weird.




    Thankyou. This and the others was really interesting and useful.

    Adrian



  6. #6
    Mr Nath
    Guest

    Re: Polyphonic: The Run Down

    MobileFrog wrote:
    > "Rachael of Nex, the Wiccan Rat" <[email protected]> wrote in
    > news:[email protected]:
    >
    >> These phones use the old fashioned mono tone but they are unique in
    >> the fact that they use the vibration feature to it's best effect -
    >> one of them you can't actually hear but you can feel - it mimics a
    >> heartbeat. Weird.

    >
    >
    >
    > Thankyou. This and the others was really interesting and useful.
    >
    > Adrian


    Thankyou all as well, you really helped.

    Nath





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