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Nokia 3595 - need ringtones - don't know how

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Anonymous
July 19, 2005 5:28:34 PM

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I have a 3595 and would like to change the ringtone from the
stupid T-mobile one that comes with it, but I don't know how.

Ok, I see USB cables for this phone on ebay, but do you need
special software to transfer them from your computer to the
phone, and can you get software to do it, for free?

And what kind of file formats can the phone use? Wav? Midi? Mp3
maybe?

Where can I get free tones to download without all the teasy
stuff where they say they have free tones but then want you do
pay or do all kinds of other game playing?

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Anonymous
July 23, 2005 1:19:20 AM

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"Mama Bear" <MamaBear@No-Spam.noo> wrote in message
news:Xns96987EEF6BE5DMama@216.196.97.142...
>I have a 3595 and would like to change the ringtone from the
> stupid T-mobile one that comes with it, but I don't know how.
>
> Ok, I see USB cables for this phone on ebay, but do you need
> special software to transfer them from your computer to the
> phone, and can you get software to do it, for free?
>
> And what kind of file formats can the phone use? Wav? Midi? Mp3
> maybe?
>
> Where can I get free tones to download without all the teasy
> stuff where they say they have free tones but then want you do
> pay or do all kinds of other game playing?

Yes, you can transfer ringtones to this phone using a compatible cable and
you can transfer any standard MIDI music file as long as the phone's
processor is capable of playing the number of instruments contained in it
(in the case of the 3595, the maximum number of notes it can play
simultaneously is 4).

Naturally I am bound to draw attention to my software MobiMB which is
designed for transferring files to/from this phone. Also PolyPhonix Studio
is available if you find you want to manipulate the MIDI files yourself/add
vibration channels/cut them down so your phone can play them.

http://www.logomanager.co.uk/php/myphone.php?mfr=Nokia&...

MIDI is the standard format for composers writing music, and so the files
are widely available. Many have already been trimmed to play well as
ringtones, but obviously if you have a 60 minute symphony, or a MIDI file
that wasn't written with your phone in mind and has too many instruments,
you might need to work on it a bit.

Before anybody asks - no you can't convert MP3 to MIDI, not very usefully at
least.

Mike

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Anonymous
July 23, 2005 1:55:09 AM

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"Mike Bradley" <mike-nospam@bounce.logomanager.co.uk> wrote :

> "Mama Bear" <MamaBear@No-Spam.noo> wrote in message
> news:Xns96987EEF6BE5DMama@216.196.97.142...
>>I have a 3595 and would like to change the ringtone from the
>> stupid T-mobile one that comes with it, but I don't know how.
>>
>> Ok, I see USB cables for this phone on ebay, but do you need
>> special software to transfer them from your computer to the
>> phone, and can you get software to do it, for free?
>>
>> And what kind of file formats can the phone use? Wav? Midi?
>> Mp3 maybe?
>>
>> Where can I get free tones to download without all the teasy
>> stuff where they say they have free tones but then want you
>> do pay or do all kinds of other game playing?
>
> Yes, you can transfer ringtones to this phone using a
> compatible cable and you can transfer any standard MIDI music
> file as long as the phone's processor is capable of playing
> the number of instruments contained in it (in the case of the
> 3595, the maximum number of notes it can play simultaneously
> is 4).
>
> Naturally I am bound to draw attention to my software MobiMB
> which is designed for transferring files to/from this phone.

Any freeware? :) 




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Anonymous
July 23, 2005 2:03:52 AM

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Mama Bear <MamaBear@No-Spam.noo> wrote :

> "Mike Bradley" <mike-nospam@bounce.logomanager.co.uk> wrote :
>
>> "Mama Bear" <MamaBear@No-Spam.noo> wrote in message
>> news:Xns96987EEF6BE5DMama@216.196.97.142...
>>>I have a 3595 and would like to change the ringtone from the
>>> stupid T-mobile one that comes with it, but I don't know how.
>>>
>>> Ok, I see USB cables for this phone on ebay, but do you need
>>> special software to transfer them from your computer to the
>>> phone, and can you get software to do it, for free?
>>>
>>> And what kind of file formats can the phone use? Wav? Midi?
>>> Mp3 maybe?
>>>
>>> Where can I get free tones to download without all the teasy
>>> stuff where they say they have free tones but then want you
>>> do pay or do all kinds of other game playing?
>>
>> Yes, you can transfer ringtones to this phone using a
>> compatible cable and you can transfer any standard MIDI music
>> file as long as the phone's processor is capable of playing
>> the number of instruments contained in it (in the case of the
>> 3595, the maximum number of notes it can play simultaneously
>> is 4).
>>
>> Naturally I am bound to draw attention to my software MobiMB
>> which is designed for transferring files to/from this phone.
>
> Any freeware? :) 

I did some Googling and this may be it:
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Mobile-Phone-Tools/Nokia/N...
Suite.shtml



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July 23, 2005 10:43:28 AM

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On Fri, 22 Jul 2005 21:55:09 -0500, Mama Bear <MamaBear@No-Spam.noo>
wrote:

>"Mike Bradley" <mike-nospam@bounce.logomanager.co.uk> wrote :
>
>> "Mama Bear" <MamaBear@No-Spam.noo> wrote in message
>> news:Xns96987EEF6BE5DMama@216.196.97.142...
>>>I have a 3595 and would like to change the ringtone from the
>>> stupid T-mobile one that comes with it, but I don't know how.
>>>
>>> Ok, I see USB cables for this phone on ebay, but do you need
>>> special software to transfer them from your computer to the
>>> phone, and can you get software to do it, for free?
>>>
>>> And what kind of file formats can the phone use? Wav? Midi?
>>> Mp3 maybe?
>>>
>>> Where can I get free tones to download without all the teasy
>>> stuff where they say they have free tones but then want you
>>> do pay or do all kinds of other game playing?
>>
>> Yes, you can transfer ringtones to this phone using a
>> compatible cable and you can transfer any standard MIDI music
>> file as long as the phone's processor is capable of playing
>> the number of instruments contained in it (in the case of the
>> 3595, the maximum number of notes it can play simultaneously
>> is 4).
>>
>> Naturally I am bound to draw attention to my software MobiMB
>> which is designed for transferring files to/from this phone.
>
>Any freeware? :) 

Mike's products are all shareware. Try it and if you like it buy the
products. They're not that expensive and the fees help encourage
further development of products.

- -
August 4, 2005 7:02:01 PM

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Of course, if he has data service, he could just post the tone files on a
website and surf there to download them. Wouldn't that be easier and
faster?

Keith



On Fri, 22 Jul 2005 20:19:20 -0500, Mike Bradley
<mike-nospam@bounce.logomanager.co.uk> wrote:

> "Mama Bear" <MamaBear@No-Spam.noo> wrote in message
> news:Xns96987EEF6BE5DMama@216.196.97.142...
>> I have a 3595 and would like to change the ringtone from the
>> stupid T-mobile one that comes with it, but I don't know how.
>>
>> Ok, I see USB cables for this phone on ebay, but do you need
>> special software to transfer them from your computer to the
>> phone, and can you get software to do it, for free?
>>
>> And what kind of file formats can the phone use? Wav? Midi? Mp3
>> maybe?
>>
>> Where can I get free tones to download without all the teasy
>> stuff where they say they have free tones but then want you do
>> pay or do all kinds of other game playing?
>
> Yes, you can transfer ringtones to this phone using a compatible cable
> and
> you can transfer any standard MIDI music file as long as the phone's
> processor is capable of playing the number of instruments contained in it
> (in the case of the 3595, the maximum number of notes it can play
> simultaneously is 4).
>
> Naturally I am bound to draw attention to my software MobiMB which is
> designed for transferring files to/from this phone. Also PolyPhonix
> Studio
> is available if you find you want to manipulate the MIDI files
> yourself/add
> vibration channels/cut them down so your phone can play them.
>
> http://www.logomanager.co.uk/php/myphone.php?mfr=Nokia&...
>
> MIDI is the standard format for composers writing music, and so the files
> are widely available. Many have already been trimmed to play well as
> ringtones, but obviously if you have a 60 minute symphony, or a MIDI file
> that wasn't written with your phone in mind and has too many instruments,
> you might need to work on it a bit.
>
> Before anybody asks - no you can't convert MP3 to MIDI, not very
> usefully at
> least.
>
> Mike
>



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