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    Seeking "Old Telephone" Ringtone

    Some time ago, I picked up an "Old Telephone" ringtone for my Kyocera 7135 on that forum. Does anyone have an mp3 version?

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    I have the MIDI version on my Treo...it's called Loud Phone. Try that one.
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    Thanks Charles. That's close (and I hadn't noticed it). But 'taint quite the same.

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    try this. it is a midi; this forum doesn't take .mid files. rename to .mid , and i think this is what you want.
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    Old Telephone MP3 attached.
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    That's the one. Thanks!

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    SilvrDrgn,

    I like the sound of this ringer, but is there a way to convert it into a midi format? or wav?

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    Originally posted by Breeze_S
    SilvrDrgn,

    I like the sound of this ringer, but is there a way to convert it into a midi format? or wav?

    Thanks
    I don't know about MIDI, but you can convert it to WAV using dBpowerAMP. Go to this site -> http://www.dbpoweramp.com -< and get dBpowerAMP Music Converter.
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    It sounds best as an .mp3.

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    But the native software uses??

    I thought that the native software will only run midi, or wav.

    I loaded the mp3 into musicmatch jukebox, and it was able to convert the file to a wav.

    It also took the file from 56kb to 406kb.

    I was just wondering if there is a way to convert from mp3 to midi??
    Mike

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    Breeze, see my post up above. it is a midi file, I couldn't upload since this site doesn't take midi extensions. download, and rename from txt to mid. then email to your palm. when you open the email, it will automatically place the downloaded file with all other midis. Then choose ring tones. You will find it there.

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    can you put the midi on an sd card and go from there? if so, how?

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    scotth, i am not sure how to do that. i know there were several posts , including one in treobits about adding in ringtones. try searching google for ringtones treo. I know if you download via email it is automatically put with other ringtones, and when you choose sounds for your phone, the ringtone is listed there. This was simple for me, it worked 1st shot, but you do have to have email. Maybe someone else can 'chime' in with advice on the SD card. I don't think you can keep ringtones there.

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    do you mean actually email the ringtone to the card, or sync it? I've never set up email on the 650 since I didn't want to become dependent on it there, what with vzw's attempted rape of customers over data...

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    what i did was email the ring tone to myself, and picked up my email on the phone. when you download the attachment, it puts itself with the rest of the midi files, which can be used as tones for the applications. I don't know how to do this by placing the file on the phone directly, maybe someone else in the forum or just do a google search can help. I know the method I used works for installing ring tones.

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    my bad, I found it yesterday. pretty easy actually. the ringer sounds great on the phone, only thing is, like someone else noted, it's ~800kB (mB) file, the rest are ~1, 1.5. any way to shrink it?

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