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    Well, the Star Trek (TOS) Ringtones thread really got me on a roll. That and the trial periods ending on my .wav editor program.

    I went looking for renditions of the Enterprise's synthesize computer voice, but came up zippo.

    After some digging, I was to come up with the next best thing: a contemporary "synthesized female (UK accented) voice" that recited my word strings...

    So, if you want to give your ringtone's a little bit of a synthesized, sexy, creepy, British ringtone, try the following (all edited for better looping):

    For Calendar

    "Pardon, appointment reminder"
    link
    home.comcast.net/~guncollector/synth_fem-uk/pardon_appt-reminder.wav

    For SMS/MMS

    "Pardon, electronic message received"
    link
    home.comcast.net/~guncollector/synth_fem-uk/pardon_e-message.wav

    "Pardon, instant message received"
    link
    home.comcast.net/~guncollector/synth_fem-uk/pardon_instant.wav

    (I couldn't decided which one sounded better, "electronic" or "instant"

    For Calls

    "Pardon, call from home"
    link
    home.comcast.net/~guncollector/synth_fem-uk/pardon_home.wav

    "Pardon, incoming call"
    link
    home.comcast.net/~guncollector/synth_fem-uk/pardon_incoming.wav

    "Pardon, call from the office"
    link
    home.comcast.net/~guncollector/synth_fem-uk/pardon_office.wav

    "Pardon, call from unknown caller"
    link
    home.comcast.net/~guncollector/synth_fem-uk/pardon_unknown.wav

    You don't need a ringtone program. For free, you can download these via Blazer, and select Open/Save to "Sounds"; or copy them to your SD Card put them in a dummy email as an attachment, select them, and select Open/Save to "Sounds". You can rename/manage/configure these sound-files from the "Sounds & Alerts" menu.

    HTH!
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    You can create any spoken female or male synthesized voice ringtone you like using one of several national accents at

    http://actor.loquendo.com/actordemo/...sp?language=us

    Capture the audio stream using free Total Recorder trial app, Freecorder,etc.

    http://www.highcriteria.com/
    http://www.freecorder.com/?src=GFREE_PRODUCTS
    http://www.polderbits.com/sound-reco...ml?ref=adword1

    Convert to .wav or .amr file using free Sony-Ericsson Miksoft mobile AMR converter app if you like. http://www.miksoft.net/mobileAMRconverter.htm

    Email the file to yourself, download into our Treo Sounds internal app and off you go.
    Last edited by moddem; 05/12/2005 at 07:36 PM.

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