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Oops I appear to have posted the last request in the wrong place. I'd like to get the old Nokia and Motorola ringtones of the 90s green-screen phones on my
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    Oops I appear to have posted the last request in the wrong place.

    I'd like to get the old Nokia and Motorola ringtones of the 90s green-screen phones on my iPhone. Are these available anywhere? If not, does anyone have an old phone who could record them?

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    I'm looking for Snoop Dogg - Ghetto Symphany...thanks

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    I'm back for a little while.... LOL! no one picked up the slak while I was gone?!?!?!?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmsmith View Post
    looking for some standard iphone ringers but with 5 seconds or so of silence at the beginning. this is to get around the inability of the iphone to do vibrate then ring. in particular, the old phone and xylophone are the ones i use a lot.

    many thanks in advance.
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    Here you go, one set with a 5 sec gap at front and one set with the gap plus it gets progressivly louder..
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.duckie™ View Post
    can i get a ringtone of the song "Replay" By IYAZ, i would the part when he says "Shawty's like a melody in my head that I can't keep out got me singin' like na na na na everyday it's like my iPod stuck on replay, replay-ay-ay-ay"
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    Quote Originally Posted by ikesmasher View Post
    could you make..part of breath by breaking benjamin, (preferably the refrain part) except make that the sound that happens when i get an email while im using my iphone. if you cant do that, just a ringtone.
    Here you go....
    Just use ToneFXs to make it for your email: http://www.efksoft.com/products/tone...e/download.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToasterBoyOhFour View Post
    I didnt see it mentioned or in the search engine but could you please do a ringtone for "Summer of 69" by Bryan Adams for me please and thank you?
    Here ya go....
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    Thanks man, you just revived this thread. thanks a bunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikesmasher View Post
    Thanks man, you just revived this thread. thanks a bunch.
    You're welcome

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    If someone would be so kind I have a request.
    Two in fact.

    They are both from an old 70's TV series called Monkey Magic.
    The first is the call Monkey uses when he calls his flying cloud, the second is the noise he makes when his headband gets tighter.

    The series was massive in the UK in the 70's-80's, here is a taster...
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wJDI67VQFo]YouTube - Monkey And Pigsy Cloud Chase[/ame]

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    Quote Originally Posted by CasinoMonkey View Post
    If someone would be so kind I have a request.
    Two in fact.

    They are both from an old 70's TV series called Monkey Magic.
    The first is the call Monkey uses when he calls his flying cloud, the second is the noise he makes when his headband gets tighter.
    Here ya go...
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    Fantastic.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CasinoMonkey View Post
    Fantastic.

    Thanks.
    Glad to help.

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    Can I get the electric violin solo of the Revenge of the Nerds talent show song for a ringtone please. From 00:23 to 00:42

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kx-g26tjFFM[/ame]

    Thanx.

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    How To Create an iPhone Ringtone Using iTunes
    The iPhone comes with a small selection of default ringtones, but you can make your own using any mp3 or DRM-free song in iTunes. Below are step-by-step instructions on how to do this.


    How to Make an iPhone Ringtone in iTunes:
    1. Open iTunes.
    2. Open Preferences in the iTunes menu at the top:

    3. Select the General tab:

    4. Select Import Settings:

    5. Click on the dropdown list after Importing Using:

    6. Select AAC Encoder (it may already be the default):

    7. Select OK to go back to the Preferences, then select OK again.

    8. Select Music in the left iTunes sidebar and find a song you want to make into a ringtone:

    9. You’ll need to find a 40 second or less section of the song to turn into a ringtone. Note (or write down) the starting and stopping point of the section of the song. You can see the time of the song in the play window at the top of iTunes:

    10. Right click on the song, and select Get Info:

    11. Select the Options tab at the top:

    12. Enter the start and stop time of the clip in the corresponding boxes and make sure the checkboxes are checked when you are finished:

    13. Click OK in the bottom right.
    14. Right click the song again and select Create AAC Version:

    15. You should see a second version of the song appear in iTunes, only with the shorter play time. Click to play to make sure it sounds how you’ll want the ringtone to sound.

    16. We aren’t quite finished yet! Now we have to change the file format so that it will appear as a ringtone in iTunes.
    17. Navigate to the folder where the new clip is stored on your computer (it will be in the same folder as the original version of the song). If you’re on a Mac, simply right-click the clip and select Show In Finder.
    18. Copy the song (press Control and C for Windows, Command and C for Mac), and paste the song in the same folder (Control and V or Command and V) so that a third version appears.

    19. Now, change the file extension of the third version from .m4a to .m4r. If you’re on Windows XP and don’t see the file extension, go to Tools –> Folder Options –> View and uncheck Hide extensions for known file types. For Vista: Organize –> Folder and Search Options and uncheck Hide extension for known file types.

    20. Rename the file, if you want (for example, AfromanRingtone.m4r). Note: If there are symbols such as underscores or hyphens in the name you must remove them from the name.
    21. Important: In iTunes, delete the first AAC clip you made by right-clicking on the clip and selecting delete (if you don’t do this, iTunes might not accept the new ringtone):

    22. Go back to the folder with the new ringtone file (.m4r file). Drag and drop the file into iTunes. Or import it by opening iTunes, select File, and select: Windows XP/Vista: Add File to Library, Mac: Add to Library.

    23. Now we need to sync the ringtone to your iPhone. Connect the iPhone to the computer.

    24. Click on your iPhone in the left sidebar in iTunes:

    25. Click on the Ringtones tab, check the Sync ringtones checkbox, then check All ringtones or Selected ringtones.:

    26. Now click the Apply button in the bottom right (it may also say Sync. Click Sync if it does).

    And that’s it. You’ve done it! the ringtone is now on the iPhone. Got to Settings on your iPhone, tap Sounds, and you can change to your new ringtone.
    Clean Up
    You made the ringtone, but you’ve left a little mess behind. Let’s clean up. First, we need to fix the Start/Stop time of the original song. Otherwise, the next time you play the song, it won’t play the whole thing. In iTunes, right click the original song, select Get Info –> Options and reset the Start/Stop time by deleting the numbers and leaving the fields blank. Next, delete the second version of song you created (not the ringtone). Just right click and select Delete.
    Troubleshooting
    If you’re having problems getting the ringtones to sync from iTunes onto the iPhone, here’s another trick to try (first confirm there are no hyphens or other symbols in name, and the ringtone is not over 40 seconds).
    Create a playlist by going to File–>New Playlist. Name it Ringtones and add your ringtones to it by dragging and dropping them on the playlist. Still in iTunes, click on your iPhone under Devices in the left sidebar, select the Music tab, check the Sync music checkbox, then either click All songs and playlists if you have enough memory on your iPhone, or Selected playlists and check the checkbox for the Ringtones playlist you just created. Now sync.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RICO_ View Post
    Can I get the electric violin solo of the Revenge of the Nerds talent show song for a ringtone please. From 00:23 to 00:42

    YouTube - Revenge of The Nerds Talent Show

    Thanx.
    Here you go a nerdolin ringtone...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cspear0 View Post
    How To Create an iPhone Ringtone Using iTunes
    The iPhone comes with a small selection of default ringtones, but you can make your own using any mp3 or DRM-free song in iTunes. Below are step-by-step instructions on how to do this.


    How to Make an iPhone Ringtone in iTunes:
    1. Open iTunes.
    2. Open Preferences in the iTunes menu at the top:

    3. Select the General tab:

    4. Select Import Settings:

    5. Click on the dropdown list after Importing Using:

    6. Select AAC Encoder (it may already be the default):

    7. Select OK to go back to the Preferences, then select OK again.

    8. Select Music in the left iTunes sidebar and find a song you want to make into a ringtone:

    9. You’ll need to find a 40 second or less section of the song to turn into a ringtone. Note (or write down) the starting and stopping point of the section of the song. You can see the time of the song in the play window at the top of iTunes:

    10. Right click on the song, and select Get Info:

    11. Select the Options tab at the top:

    12. Enter the start and stop time of the clip in the corresponding boxes and make sure the checkboxes are checked when you are finished:

    13. Click OK in the bottom right.
    14. Right click the song again and select Create AAC Version:

    15. You should see a second version of the song appear in iTunes, only with the shorter play time. Click to play to make sure it sounds how you’ll want the ringtone to sound.

    16. We aren’t quite finished yet! Now we have to change the file format so that it will appear as a ringtone in iTunes.
    17. Navigate to the folder where the new clip is stored on your computer (it will be in the same folder as the original version of the song). If you’re on a Mac, simply right-click the clip and select Show In Finder.
    18. Copy the song (press Control and C for Windows, Command and C for Mac), and paste the song in the same folder (Control and V or Command and V) so that a third version appears.

    19. Now, change the file extension of the third version from .m4a to .m4r. If you’re on Windows XP and don’t see the file extension, go to Tools –> Folder Options –> View and uncheck Hide extensions for known file types. For Vista: Organize –> Folder and Search Options and uncheck Hide extension for known file types.

    20. Rename the file, if you want (for example, AfromanRingtone.m4r). Note: If there are symbols such as underscores or hyphens in the name you must remove them from the name.
    21. Important: In iTunes, delete the first AAC clip you made by right-clicking on the clip and selecting delete (if you don’t do this, iTunes might not accept the new ringtone):

    22. Go back to the folder with the new ringtone file (.m4r file). Drag and drop the file into iTunes. Or import it by opening iTunes, select File, and select: Windows XP/Vista: Add File to Library, Mac: Add to Library.

    23. Now we need to sync the ringtone to your iPhone. Connect the iPhone to the computer.

    24. Click on your iPhone in the left sidebar in iTunes:

    25. Click on the Ringtones tab, check the Sync ringtones checkbox, then check All ringtones or Selected ringtones.:

    26. Now click the Apply button in the bottom right (it may also say Sync. Click Sync if it does).

    And that’s it. You’ve done it! the ringtone is now on the iPhone. Got to Settings on your iPhone, tap Sounds, and you can change to your new ringtone.
    Clean Up
    You made the ringtone, but you’ve left a little mess behind. Let’s clean up. First, we need to fix the Start/Stop time of the original song. Otherwise, the next time you play the song, it won’t play the whole thing. In iTunes, right click the original song, select Get Info –> Options and reset the Start/Stop time by deleting the numbers and leaving the fields blank. Next, delete the second version of song you created (not the ringtone). Just right click and select Delete.
    Troubleshooting
    If you’re having problems getting the ringtones to sync from iTunes onto the iPhone, here’s another trick to try (first confirm there are no hyphens or other symbols in name, and the ringtone is not over 40 seconds).
    Create a playlist by going to File–>New Playlist. Name it Ringtones and add your ringtones to it by dragging and dropping them on the playlist. Still in iTunes, click on your iPhone under Devices in the left sidebar, select the Music tab, check the Sync music checkbox, then either click All songs and playlists if you have enough memory on your iPhone, or Selected playlists and check the checkbox for the Ringtones playlist you just created. Now sync.
    anyone can go to google and copy and paste the first tutorial we find. This is for people that dont have the time or resources.

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    hi im after the sms tone from the philips diga phone, im not too sure if its in any newer philips phones, pls i need this.

    many thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by asifqabil View Post
    hi im after the sms tone from the philips diga phone, im not too sure if its in any newer philips phones, pls i need this.

    many thanks
    Gonna have to find someone who has one, so far, I found no sites that would even have any of the stock tones... If you find one that does or even that you can just listen to them. Post it and I'll make one for you...

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    hey dan ill be really pleased if i could get a blackberry email notifier tone or an sms tone!!=)

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