Posts Tagged ‘Music Files’

How can i create a iphone ringtone with DRM music files?

April 7th, 2013 2 comments

How can i create a iphone ringtone with DRM music files?
is there any simple way to remove the drm protection from the itunes music,and make a iphone ringtone on mac for free ?

You can make a MUSIC cd in iTunes using the DRM music files, then rip the CD back to iTunes – that strips the DRM out of it and then you can use Garage Band or even iTunes to make the ring tone.

Can you save songs from the rhapsody app to your computer to avoid deletion?

December 7th, 2012 2 comments

I am thinking of trying out the Rhapsody App on my iPad. My cousin has it and she told me that the only problem is that once you delete the app, all the music you download gets deleted with it- is there any way to save the music files to my computer so if I ever would delete the app, I don’t lose the music? Is that illegal or anything? Do you have the app/like it? Thanks for your help!

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How do i get the music from minecraft as a ringtone on my android?

November 25th, 2012 4 comments

There is a way to access the songs directly from the game.
Search for a folder called .minecraft (the period is important). Then go to resources. In there should be some folders, and in some of them is music from the game. You can copy them, and then probably use some sort of a file format changer, to make the music files the same format as the ones on your phone. You can then just connect the Android to your computer, and then put them into the sounds folder of the Android. You can also put them onto a mircoSD card and then put that into your phone.

Or you could just google minecraft ringtones and download them.

What type of sound file does my phone take?

November 5th, 2012 1 comment

I have a ringtone on my computer that i want to send to a friend, but my phone ,which is a T401g, can only send Sound files, which means i can’t send music files. I converted it to a amr which allows me to send it, but the quality is bad. What I am trying to figure out is how I convert it so when i put it on my phone from my memory cad, it goes into the sound folder.

You can convert that sound file into MP3 using Any Audio Converter. There you can convert all the audio file into MP3 with good quality. I am using it every time I convert something from my phone so that it will be detected by audio players. here is the download link for you and please visit my resource

The history of the ringtone

October 18th, 2012 5 comments

It started with the Nokia Tune, which is a 13 note rendering of
Francisco Tarrega’s, Gran Vals, who was a 19th-century Spanish

The first ringtones were monophonic, which mean that only one
note is played at a time.

Some of the early cell phone models, had a built in ringtone
composer. To compose free ringtones directly to the phone or to
make them with a ringtone composer, never became a big hit. The
year 2002 is a major milestone in ringtone history. Nokia 3510
was the first phone optimized for playing polyphonic ringtones.
Soon other cell phone companies also adopted the MIDI standard
that enables more realistic polyphonic sounds for ringtones.

The year 2003 was the actual breakthrough for polyphonic
ringtones. Cell phone makers, operators and content providers
also came up with new concepts and ringtone formats. Motorola
introduced Groovetunes and Nokia introduced Nokia True Tones.
Ringtone web sites also started to offer voice ringtones with
voices of celebrities as ringtones.

Today, with phones like The Sony Ericsson W800, Nokia N91 and
MOtorolas iTunes phone, we could be facing a new milestone in
the ringtone history. Polyphonic ringtones still rock, but as
you can see from the short history presented above, things
change. Today the internet is full of MP3 music, both legal and
illegal, and you can use Bluetooth to transfer music files from
a PC to your cell phone.

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Nicolas Fogelholm

Morph and Morpher

June 17th, 2012 2 comments

According to Oxford’s definition, “to morph” is to change, or make somebody/something change into something different.Inspired from this definition, another new concept was born, “morpher” by AVnex Ltd (, an audio and video software provider with the motto “Unique Products Serious Fun”

In audio world, AVnex’ well-known AV Voice Changer Software series and Music Morpher series can be considered as the first PC tools helping users change voices, sounds and any audio streams from their PC. Changing or morphing process is carried out in real time and the output quality is quite natural and beyond many end-users’ expectation. With AV Voice Changer Software, you can disguise your voice to be totally anonymous in chat rooms, online games or produce voicemail greetings, messages, dubbing and voiceover, etc. Meanwhile, Music Morpher tools help not only enjoy music files in a newly unique way, but also produce funny ringtones, remixed songs, medleys and more.

The increasing need for morphing video and images also inspires AVnex Ltd. to discover and deliver new gadgets. Then the DVD Player Morpher (now Movie Morpher) series and Webcam Morpher series were released in 2005. The most important benefit of Webcam Morpher is its ability to let you pretend to be another person in webcam, thus protecting your privacy safely. Meanwhile, DVD Player Morpher and Movie Morpher software are of great help in dubbing movies and enjoying home movies in a new Hollywood style.

All audio and video morphing software are available for download at AVnex’ official web site
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Information Regarding Iphone Ringtones Itunes 8

November 12th, 2011 No comments

Making your own iPhone ringtone is as simple as a walk in the park. This only works on DRM music files, so songs purchased from iTunes is not compatible to be used as ringtones. This is a common misconception among iPhone users. However, any mp3 which is DRM free will work. So, if you ripped the song from a CD it will most probably work.

Here are steps on how to make your own iPhone ringtones:

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