|Too fast! (by forestgum, Jul 20th, 2007)
You can't wait any longer with this tone if there is a phone call ringing (^-^)
|Good (by nautin, Jul 13th, 2007)
I will send it to my friends!
|Old Telephone High Ring (by billyoung, Jul 9th, 2007)
I'll use it when i don't hear clearly.
Phones, tones and mobile music
By Mark Ward
As everyone knows, most mobile
phones reproduce popular - and not so popular - tunes with a series of beeps.
The limited capabilities of most handsets mean that, although the beeps can vary
by several octaves, they can only be played one at a time.
It's well known that the resulting stream of sound is an aural delight, is never
annoying, and only enhances its surroundings, whether it's played on a cramped
commuter train, at a cricket match or during a performance of Wagner's Ring.
But this is all about to change.
Although you might not have realised it, your next phone will probably be able
to play "polyphonic" ringtones.
They will no longer be condemned to playing one beep at a time; instead they
have a much larger tonal range, play several sounds at once and mix in drum
beats and other effects.
"The phone has a mini-soundcard in it," said Adam Freeman, head of ringtones
seller Phunky Phones.