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  1. #1
    Scott C
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    I have not seen many posts so I suppose everyone understands this, but using
    the file transfer, you can put any .mid file into your phone and use it as a
    ring tone.. or an MP3 'type' player.. Midi files are fairly small.. and I
    have used several holiday ones for my ring tones. If there is a 'problem'
    it's that the midi files play much longer than 20 - 30 seconds - but your
    ring tones will sound great for FREE..

    sc





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  2. #2
    Carl.
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    Re: .mid files and T610.. great

    "Scott C" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I have not seen many posts so I suppose everyone understands this, but

    using
    > the file transfer, you can put any .mid file into your phone and use it as

    a
    > ring tone.. or an MP3 'type' player.. Midi files are fairly small.. and I
    > have used several holiday ones for my ring tones. If there is a 'problem'
    > it's that the midi files play much longer than 20 - 30 seconds - but your
    > ring tones will sound great for FREE..
    >
    > sc


    Same here. MIDI ringers rule. I use Anvil Studio to edit midis for phone
    use (cut out the best part of the song, etc), but it's a complex program.
    You can also use PSMplay for simpler trimming use.


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