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Convert MP3 polyphonic ringtones to MIDI?

Discussion in 'Apps ~ Ringtones ~ Games ~ Wallpapers ~ Mods' started by Mastermind, Jan 5, 2004.

  1. Mastermind

    Mastermind New Member

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    I am able to download some polyphonic ringers onto my PC from various sites, but a few are in .MP3 format. Does anyone know how to convert these .MP3 polyphonic tones to MIDI files so that I can transfer it to my phone via pcspix.com (which does not support .MP3 file extensions)? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
     
  2. maciej

    maciej Banned

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    Sounds like you only downloaded a preview for a polyphonic ringtone not an actual ringtone itself. Few phones out there can use MP3 clips as ringtones so not all hope is lost...
     
  3. BOUGHMEISTER

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    does myphonefiles work on the lg4400??? i have a voice wav file that i have to have turned into a ringer
     
  4. Stupiud

    Stupiud Yea, I can hear you now!
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    you cannot convert mp3s to MIDIs.

    mp3 is a compression standard to compress .wav... MIDI is a totally different format then .wav

    its like trying to convert CD music into modem tones.....
     
  5. maciej

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    Is your LG4400 with Verizon? If so send me that Wav file (admin@myphonefiles.com) as an attachment and I will convert it and send it to your phone. Actually I am pretty excited because it looks like I found a way to send images, regular ringtones, AND voicetones to Verizon phones. I tested my little Voicetones Studio app on VX6000 phone only (Verizon network) and would like to test it on another Verizon phone as well.
     

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