Re: [Hybrid] Hybrid Ringtones
- ally@... wrote:
> Really????It's not that hard ; anyone here into production with a PC can download
> Cascade is a track from HybridSoundSystem.com - I don't think any of
> us have heard the full version. I'm not sure what they're doing with
> the track.
> I've been wanting a Hybrid ringtone for ages. C'mon...one of us must
> be able to make a decent one?!
the nokia ringtone developer kit from forum.nokia.com that includes a
VST that provides the same poly sounds as on the phones. Very easy to
knock out a tone from your favourite sequencer.
FYI, I just got a Nokia 7610 a few weeks ago, and just bunging in
an MP3 works great as a ringtone. I've put together a few edits that
I'm using at the moment that sound wicked!
(Working in France at the moment and very bored. Anyone else on the
list in the Paris area?)
- Not just that, but mid files are like 20kb in size, where an mp3 is 4-5MB...quite a substantial difference in size for storage on a mobile fone...
> besides the greed of the companies, i suppose there is also the stupidity
> (lack of a better word) of the users.
> i was wondering why i was asked to work on a polyphonic midi version of
> Enter Sandman. the source midi i was given was pretty screwed up. without
> the vocals it sounds like another song altogether. maybe they should call
> it ringtone-karaoke. besides, the guitars, they reminded me of the midi
> soundtrack from Doom.
> apparently there were people willing to pay for it.
> but then again if i have to choose between the current midi synths on the
> phones, and the beepers from a few years back, i'll choose midi.
> sure, it sounds like crap, but it's fun when you're able to have your very
> own polyphonic tones (that are more than just beeps).
- My fone has software which enables me to send mid files via bluetooth to my fone...I just dl free tones from midi sites. Simple (I have a nokia 6230)
> ive never payed for a ringtone... i have nextel.. i got a nice local >webjal and hacked my phone
> Mods used to be good for dance/techno tunes. They used to be big inYes, much like a four-track sequencer, but with .wav/.iff samples rather
> the Amiga era. From what I understand, a mod file consisted of a
> number of samples (which could be pretty good quality), and then a
> playlist for those samples. I'm suprised these were never used as
than MIDI commands.
WinAmp should be able to play those as well. If someone's interested, I
could dig out some nice examples of what the mod scene is capable of.
..::// Thomas Touzimsky
A fanatic is one who cannot change his mind
and will not change the subject.
- I've got MP3 ringtones on my phone :o)
I've currently got 'Baby Got Back' by Sir Mix-a-lot!
--- In HybridUK@yahoogroups.com, "Brett Kennelly" <bman1@t...> wrote:
> Not just that, but mid files are like 20kb in size, where an mp3 is
4-5MB...quite a substantial difference in size for storage on a