anyone know how to make your own polyphonic ring tones

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  1. continuum macrumors 6502

    continuum

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    I want to make my own polyphonic ring tones for my cell. Anyone know how?
     
  2. munkle macrumors 68030

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    NO, don't do it!!!! I can't stand polyphonic ring tones, they're so bloody piercing! Just put it in your pocket and set it on vibrate - more fun for everybody involved! ;)

    (Not the most helpful post I know but just say no to polyphonic ringtones!)
     
  3. evil_santa macrumors 6502a

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    Mobile Ringtone on the the Tube drive me mad, second to people playing games on their phones with the sound up.
     
  4. FuzzyBallz macrumors 6502a

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    It should be mandatory for people who talks non-stop on their god damn cell phone on public transit to have "I'm an attention whore" stamped on their forehead.
     
  5. continuum thread starter macrumors 6502

    continuum

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    i always have my phone on vibrate because it's almost always in my pocket. i want to do this when i'm home and the phone is in another room. pockets are emptied when i walk in the house.
     
  6. continuum thread starter macrumors 6502

    continuum

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    eh...that's not what i'm looking for. it doesn't support my phone anyhow, but it looks as though it makes cheesy mini tunes. i'm looking for the hi-fi ones that can do an actual song...oh well.
     
  7. AmigoMac macrumors 68020

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    I do like ringtones, the phone is not always in my pocket, not when I'm at home, it's on 24/7 so I need to hear it...

    I go normally to iMovie, include a part of a song (depends on my mood) and export it as .wav, send it to the phone (Bluetooth), save it and voila...
    I have different songs for every kind of calls (Work, Family, Personal business...) But if I'm in a place full of people, just vibrating is ok...
     
  8. evil_santa macrumors 6502a

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    I got noise canceling headphones for my ipod. knocks out: ring tones, people shouting into phones "I'M ON THE TRAIN ITS ABOUT TO GO INTO A TUNNEL", Screaming children. & those realy usefull public address announcements that i can never de-cypher anyway. :D
     
  9. evoluzione macrumors 68010

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    depending on what format your phone accepts, a simple midi program will do the trick. and there's millions of tunes in midi already of course. if your phone won't accept midi files, you'll need something else, maybe a converter as you'll not have too much trouble finding a midi composing program.
     
  10. Abstract macrumors Penryn

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    I actually think he's asking to turn a few regular mp3 songs into mobile ringtones...

    Anyway, why not just shorten a song? Certainly all you need is a shorter version of a song, or just use the entire song, although it'll only ever get to the first few seconds before going to voicemail.
     

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