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  1.    #21  
    Here's the present course of action:

    1) I've contacted a studio / creative shop that I work with and we're going to come up with a short musical alert so you can be keenly aware that the message you're hearing is from your cell phone, as opposed to the usual voices in your head. Should have this taken care of by Monday or so. I can probably get the tone by tomorrow but I'll have to append it to the alerts.

    2) I'm going to find a female talent to record a generic message or two for a basic freeware package of alerts and I'll see about retaining her for future customized announcments.

    I'll try and get to recording some more generic alerts this afternoon, but I have to drive to the nearest actual (non-contracted) Sprint store up in Kalamazoo, MI since I'm having a digitizer problem with my Treo. So it might be until tomorrow or over the weekend until I can get the new, generic (male) messages recorded.

    Thanks again for all the feedback!

    -Rob
  2. #22  
    Originally posted by tjd414


    This is a cool idea ... with some type of tone would be neat as well.

    Don't take this the wrong way, but a female voice would be a nice touch for those of us who may get a bit creeped out because HAL was there.

    Maybe Jeanie (from I Dream of Jeanie) could say something like ... "Master, you have an incoming call."

    Thanks again for all yor work, Rob.
    Our voice alert application is just about ready for beta testing (see http://discussion.treocentral.com/tc...348#post312348) and it includes a male voice and 2 female voices. The application allows you to choose any .wav, .mp3, or .mid file for a variety of notifications. It also includes a customizable preceding tone...

    If anyone is interested in beta testing, just reply to this thread...We'll need both Treo 300 and Treo 600 folks (CDMA and GSM). The Treo 300 doesn't support .wav or .mp3 files...but we are considering writing a decoder to enable wav files on the Treo 300 (it will most likely depend on the demand from Treo 300 owners).

    By the way, you've got a great voice, Rob!
  3. #23  
    Originally posted by Mendi


    Our voice alert application is just about ready for beta testing (see http://discussion.treocentral.com/tc...348#post312348) and it includes a male voice and 2 female voices. The application allows you to choose any .wav, .mp3, or .mid file for a variety of notifications. It also includes a customizable preceding tone...

    If anyone is interested in beta testing, just reply to this thread...We'll need both Treo 300 and Treo 600 folks (CDMA and GSM). The Treo 300 doesn't support .wav or .mp3 files...but we are considering writing a decoder to enable wav files on the Treo 300 (it will most likely depend on the demand from Treo 300 owners).
    I'd be interested.
    You can email me at moviegene@yahoo.com or send a PM !
    GSM Treo 600 with Cingular
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  4. #24  
    Thanks for your interest MovieGene...email is on it's way. BTW, funny avatar!
  5. #25  
    I too would be interested.
  6. #26  
    Sprint Treo 600 user....very interested!

    -Joe
  7. #27  
    Great! Just private message (PM) me with:

    1. Email address
    2. Hotsync ID
    3. Phone Model (Treo 300 or Treo 600)
    4. Cellular Carrier (AT&T, Sprint, Cingular, SprintPCS, etc.)
    5. Town and State (optional)

    Thanks!
  8. #28  
    Originally posted by Mendi


    Our voice alert application is just about ready for beta testing (see http://discussion.treocentral.com/tc...348#post312348) and it includes a male voice and 2 female voices. The application allows you to choose any .wav, .mp3, or .mid file for a variety of notifications. It also includes a customizable preceding tone...

    If anyone is interested in beta testing, just reply to this thread...We'll need both Treo 300 and Treo 600 folks (CDMA and GSM). The Treo 300 doesn't support .wav or .mp3 files...but we are considering writing a decoder to enable wav files on the Treo 300 (it will most likely depend on the demand from Treo 300 owners).
    I'd also be very interested in beta testing.

    You can email me at: alan.l.mealy@verizon.net

    Thanks!

    Neo
  9.    #29  
    See what you think of this, it sounds pretty good on my Treo:

    http://www.provoice.net/chimes.mp3

    And just for fun, here's another:

    Let me know what you think!

    -Rob

    [Edited to fix filename of second file]
    Last edited by rwinn; 12/13/2010 at 11:30 PM. Reason: update links
  10. #30  
    Here are a few female voice alerts.

    Enjoy.
    Attached Files Attached Files
  11. #31  
    Originally posted by rwinn
    See what you think of this, it sounds pretty good on my Treo:

    http://www.provoice.net/chimes.mp3

    And just for fun, here's another:

    http://www.provoice.net/chimes.mp3

    Let me know what you think!

    -Rob
    I think that these two links point to the same file.
    Regards,

    Robert
  12. #32  
    Just type the text you want the computer to generate into the box.

    Then check the check box at the bottom which says: "Display a link for the audio file"

    Then click Speak.

    A new page will appear with a hyper link.

    Right click on the link and select "save target as"

    Then save the file to your computer.
  13.    #33  
    Originally posted by rbienstock
    I think that these two links point to the same file.
    Oops! Sorry, it was like 5am and I guess I wasn't totally with it. I edited the post to point to the correct file, which happens to be here.

    -Rob
    Last edited by rwinn; 12/13/2010 at 11:29 PM. Reason: update link
  14. #34  
    Apparently they are from the SonyEricsson P900, but they can't copyright small soundbits like these, can they?
    (maybe they can... hurry up and download these!)

    "Ring, ring, ring!"

    "Hello?"

    "You have a call"


    /Christopher


    edited: wow, this was my 100th posting on TreoCentral!
  15. #35  
    Originally posted by ExtraOrdinaryJo
    Sprint Treo 600 user....very interested!

    -Joe
    Your avatar is really gross. My son would love it.
  16.    #36  
    Originally posted by dune
    "A most likely un-important call is pre-empting your current task."
    I love this one! I hope you like it, too. In exchange for her efforts I created a voice-mail greeting for the talent who stars in this message.

    "A most likely un-important call is pre-empting your current task."
    http://www.provoice.net/femalepre.mp3

    The talent's new voice-mail greetinghttp://www.provoice.net/angvmail.mp3

    -Rob
    Last edited by rwinn; 12/13/2010 at 11:28 PM. Reason: update links
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    #37  
    Originally posted by Mendi


    Our voice alert application is just about ready for beta testing (see http://discussion.treocentral.com/tc...348#post312348) and it includes a male voice and 2 female voices. The application allows you to choose any .wav, .mp3, or .mid file for a variety of notifications. It also includes a customizable preceding tone...

    If anyone is interested in beta testing, just reply to this thread...We'll need both Treo 300 and Treo 600 folks (CDMA and GSM). The Treo 300 doesn't support .wav or .mp3 files...but we are considering writing a decoder to enable wav files on the Treo 300 (it will most likely depend on the demand from Treo 300 owners).

    By the way, you've got a great voice, Rob!
    I'm intrested, aciampoli@hotmail.com

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    Live long and prosper
  18. #38  
    Originally posted by grenness
    [B]Apparently they are from the SonyEricsson P900, but they can't copyright small soundbits like these, can they?
    (maybe they can... hurry up and download these!)

    "Ring, ring, ring!"

    I love it! It's rather brilliantly post-modern.

    I vote for more like this:

    "Hey, pick me up already!"

    "Hey, I'm Ringing, HERE!"

    "Ring-a-ding-a-ling-ding"

    How about this:

    "To the tintinnabulation that so musically wells
    From the bells, bells, bells, bells,
    Bells, bells, bells-
    From the jingling and the tinkling of the bells."

    Regards,
    --Mathew
    Last edited by mathewlu; 02/15/2004 at 05:04 PM.
  19. #39  
    Originally posted by ACDriver
    Where I come from it's more likely to be something like.....

    "Answer the da@n phone and git that dog RinTinTinn to shut up or I am a gonna ring his Bell!"
    LOL! It's from a famously bad poem by Edgar Allen Poe.

    http://eserver.org/books/poe/bells.html

    Regards,
    --Mathew
  20. #40  
    Hey these sound really GREAT
    How about one for SMS & Email?

    SMS: *Chime* "You have an incoming Message"
    Email: *Chime* "You have incoming Mail"
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