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    Exactly what I've been looking for for years. Has Motorola/Nokia, etc ringers. Finally, no more crappy ringers (for my 6700).

    http://www.sounddogs.com/results.asp...bcategoryID=22

    Enjoy
    Last edited by ericshmerick; 06/25/2006 at 01:13 PM.
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    But nothing's free in life, no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHex
    But nothing's free in life, no?
    Just right click on the file to save it, then transfer to your phone.

    Fine with me if you don't like it, but I find this information very useful.

    Credit goes to Digg, where I found this site.
    Last edited by ericshmerick; 06/25/2006 at 11:59 AM.
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    Er... Despite the tone of my post, I wasn't criticizing you. And I'm just
    as greedy for freebies as the other guy.

    For some reason, it did not occur to me that you could right-click and
    save the ring-tone. I mean really!

    Thanks for the info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHex
    Er... Despite the tone of my post, I wasn't criticizing you. And I'm just
    as greedy for freebies as the other guy.

    For some reason, it did not occur to me that you could right-click and
    save the ring-tone. I mean really!

    Thanks for the info.
    Hey, no problem. Didn't mean to jump on you. I guess I was just in a bad mood, b/c I posted on another site, and was called a spammer minutes after my post. Unreal.

    Anyway, here are a few I feel fit great in a business setting. Hope you enjoy:
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    A few more:
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    I make my own mp3 tones, I just take whatever song or clip I like, and I run it into sony's amazing "sound forge"
    you can cut and manipulate the track, for example if you want the ringtone to start from the chorus of a son, you can.
    Its a gem of a programme
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    ericshmerick- this is totally cool. thanks for the post!
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    I just use real mp3s no more need for ringtones. I edit them in cool edit pro to shorten them to save space on my SD card. Ringo works great for me.
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    Hey - is that a Doxie?
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    I make my own mp3 tones, I just take whatever song or clip I like, and I run it into sony's amazing "sound forge"
    Soundforge is only $299! What a bargain. I recommend Nero or Audacity (free).
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