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    JETSWU87
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    k here's question number one, are the midi tones pretty much phased out? ive done a lot of forum searching these last few days and really nothin new is midi anymore.

    Am i just missing out? You see i dont want words in my songs, so if my phone rings in the work place ya know...no weird silence haha.


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    Hidden Content Originally Posted by JETSWU87
    k here's question number one, are the midi tones pretty much phased out? ive done a lot of forum searching these last few days and really nothin new is midi anymore.

    Am i just missing out? You see i dont want words in my songs, so if my phone rings in the work place ya know...no weird silence haha.
    nah, i don't think midis are going anywhere, it's just hard to find free ones of good quality. now that everybody wants them for ringtones, a lot of the free midi sites are going away and more people are selling their midis as ringtones. if you can read and write sheet music, you can write your own midis, but otherwise you're left doing what the rest of us do: search, search and request. that's right, you can post requests here in the ringtones forum and maybe somoe nice person will make you a midi Hidden Content . the title format for making a request is:

    REQ: Artist - "Song name"

    hope this helps Hidden Content



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    JETSWU87
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    ty for the reply, i just noticed the rise in popularity of wav and mp3 ringers..

    Wasnt sure if iwas behind the times Hidden Content



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    Hidden Content Originally Posted by JETSWU87
    ty for the reply, i just noticed the rise in popularity of wav and mp3 ringers..

    Wasnt sure if iwas behind the times Hidden Content
    well, i was nuts about mp3 ringers my first month or two, but i ended up going back to midi because they take up so little space on the phone, and i think they are less annoying in public places. i'd rather have half a dozen good games on my phone and 15 or 20 midis than 3 or 4 mp3 ringtones and no room for games. Hidden Content



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    Personally, as a tonemaker, it really is great to hear your work on your phone, it gives a sense of accomplishment.. whereas with a realtone or mp3 ringer, all you're doing is hearing someone else's work... no sense of accomplishment Hidden Content support your local tonemaker and keep it instrumental!
    and i wonder
    if anything could ever feel this real forever
    if anything could ever be this good again



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    i honestly like midis as well...its more unique...mp3s are easily downloadable and is heard non stop on radios...



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    JETSWU87
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    well ill do some searchin.

    id really like some dipset tones, but the only ones i can ever find are "i really mean it" and "santana's town"(which sounds nothing like the song) haha.



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    JETSWU87
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    ok well ive done this for other things on the net, never bother to try it with the ringtones...but it works

    Mr. Moderator if you'd like info on how to get the tones off just about any site just PM me, since you've been so helpful so far i wont desert this place yet haha.



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