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  1. #1
    BladeII
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    I know this has probably been answered a million times, but can you guys
    share with me some of the better sites to download free polyphonic ringtones





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  2. #2
    Lenny
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    Re: best sites for free polyphonic ringtones?


    > I know this has probably been answered a million times, but can you guys
    > share with me some of the better sites to download free polyphonic

    ringtones

    Search the web for MIDI songs, then transfer them to your phone using
    bluetooth, IR or data cable.





  3. #3
    Q
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    Re: best sites for free polyphonic ringtones?

    Lenny - typed:
    >> I know this has probably been answered a million times, but can you
    >> guys share with me some of the better sites to download free
    >> polyphonic ringtones

    >
    > Search the web for MIDI songs, then transfer them to your phone using
    > bluetooth, IR or data cable.


    Or you could go to a site that charges but allows you to preview the
    tone.





  4. #4
    Lenny
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    Re: best sites for free polyphonic ringtones?


    > Or you could go to a site that charges but allows you to preview the
    > tone.


    That's creating more hassle than needed, considering how many free MIDI
    sites there are. Also, the preview feature might require you to try and
    sneak the tune out of your browser's cache, assuming it even ends up there,
    thus creating even more hassle.





  5. #5
    Sebby
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    Re: best sites for free polyphonic ringtones?

    BladeII wrote:

    > I know this has probably been answered a million times, but can you guys
    > share with me some of the better sites to download free polyphonic

    ringtones

    www.polyphonicringtonez.com is excellent. And no, I don't work for them ;-)





  6. #6
    Q
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    Re: best sites for free polyphonic ringtones?

    Lenny - typed:
    >> Or you could go to a site that charges but allows you to preview the
    >> tone.

    >
    > That's creating more hassle than needed, considering how many free
    > MIDI sites there are. Also, the preview feature might require you to
    > try and sneak the tune out of your browser's cache, assuming it even
    > ends up there, thus creating even more hassle.


    I have a shortcut to my TIF folder with the sort order preset to
    descending by date.





  7. #7
    Dimpled Chad
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    Re: best sites for free polyphonic ringtones?

    On Mon, 01 Dec 2003 11:54:43 GMT, Lenny opined:

    >
    >> Or you could go to a site that charges but allows you to preview the
    >> tone.

    >
    > That's creating more hassle than needed, considering how many free MIDI
    > sites there are. Also, the preview feature might require you to try and
    > sneak the tune out of your browser's cache, assuming it even ends up there,
    > thus creating even more hassle.
    >
    >


    When one transfers the files, is it a good idea to edit down the MIDI song
    first? Some I've come across are 230+ seconds long...

    Thanks in advance.
    Chad

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  8. #8
    Carl.
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    Re: best sites for free polyphonic ringtones?

    "Dimpled Chad" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Mon, 01 Dec 2003 11:54:43 GMT, Lenny opined:
    >
    > >
    > >> Or you could go to a site that charges but allows you to preview the
    > >> tone.

    > >
    > > That's creating more hassle than needed, considering how many free MIDI
    > > sites there are. Also, the preview feature might require you to try and
    > > sneak the tune out of your browser's cache, assuming it even ends up

    there,
    > > thus creating even more hassle.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > When one transfers the files, is it a good idea to edit down the MIDI song
    > first? Some I've come across are 230+ seconds long...


    Edit the MIDI to the bare minimum first (both in length and number of
    tracks). Many MIDIs will overload the phones number of simultanious tracks
    and not sound right (a single track can play multiple notes, so counting the
    number of tracks in a song won't guarantee it plays properly on the phone).
    If you cut it down first, you will save phone memory and also get to choose
    which tracks will be played.

    I usually start by finding the best 30-second clip from the song. Next I
    delete tracks that are not very audible on the phone anyway (usually a base
    guitar or very low-end piano backup). Then, if possible, I remove redundant
    tracks (3 different horns of sorts playing the same tune in a classical
    piece can be reduced, and sometimes replaced with a brass section, etc,
    instrument).


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  9. #9
    Dimpled Chad
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    Re: best sites for free polyphonic ringtones?

    On Sat, 03 Jan 2004 04:34:52 GMT, Carl. opined:

    > "Dimpled Chad" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> On Mon, 01 Dec 2003 11:54:43 GMT, Lenny opined:
    >>
    >> >
    >> >> Or you could go to a site that charges but allows you to preview the
    >> >> tone.
    >> >
    >> > That's creating more hassle than needed, considering how many free
    >> > MIDI sites there are. Also, the preview feature might require you to
    >> > try and sneak the tune out of your browser's cache, assuming it even
    >> > ends up

    > there,
    >> > thus creating even more hassle.
    >> >
    >> >

    >>
    >> When one transfers the files, is it a good idea to edit down the MIDI
    >> song first? Some I've come across are 230+ seconds long...

    >
    > Edit the MIDI to the bare minimum first (both in length and number of
    > tracks). Many MIDIs will overload the phones number of simultanious
    > tracks and not sound right (a single track can play multiple notes, so
    > counting the number of tracks in a song won't guarantee it plays
    > properly on the phone). If you cut it down first, you will save phone
    > memory and also get to choose which tracks will be played.
    >
    > I usually start by finding the best 30-second clip from the song. Next
    > I delete tracks that are not very audible on the phone anyway (usually a
    > base guitar or very low-end piano backup). Then, if possible, I remove
    > redundant tracks (3 different horns of sorts playing the same tune in a
    > classical piece can be reduced, and sometimes replaced with a brass
    > section, etc, instrument).
    >


    Thanks for the suggestions, Carl. Sounds great!
    Chad

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  10. #10
    Carl.
    Guest

    Re: best sites for free polyphonic ringtones?

    "Dimpled Chad" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Sat, 03 Jan 2004 04:34:52 GMT, Carl. opined:
    >
    > > "Dimpled Chad" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > >> On Mon, 01 Dec 2003 11:54:43 GMT, Lenny opined:
    > >>
    > >> >
    > >> >> Or you could go to a site that charges but allows you to preview the
    > >> >> tone.
    > >> >
    > >> > That's creating more hassle than needed, considering how many free
    > >> > MIDI sites there are. Also, the preview feature might require you to
    > >> > try and sneak the tune out of your browser's cache, assuming it even
    > >> > ends up

    > > there,
    > >> > thus creating even more hassle.
    > >> >
    > >> >
    > >>
    > >> When one transfers the files, is it a good idea to edit down the MIDI
    > >> song first? Some I've come across are 230+ seconds long...

    > >
    > > Edit the MIDI to the bare minimum first (both in length and number of
    > > tracks). Many MIDIs will overload the phones number of simultanious
    > > tracks and not sound right (a single track can play multiple notes, so
    > > counting the number of tracks in a song won't guarantee it plays
    > > properly on the phone). If you cut it down first, you will save phone
    > > memory and also get to choose which tracks will be played.
    > >
    > > I usually start by finding the best 30-second clip from the song. Next
    > > I delete tracks that are not very audible on the phone anyway (usually a
    > > base guitar or very low-end piano backup). Then, if possible, I remove
    > > redundant tracks (3 different horns of sorts playing the same tune in a
    > > classical piece can be reduced, and sometimes replaced with a brass
    > > section, etc, instrument).
    > >

    >
    > Thanks for the suggestions, Carl. Sounds great!
    > Chad


    No problem. Also, use musicrobot.com to find MIDIs if I haven't already
    mentioned it recently.


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