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This is the sound made from one kind of bugle used in military to wake soldiers up in the morning.
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Submitted by:  be_bo_bat
Total Downloads:  8275
Release Date:  Apr 18th, 2007
File Size:  304Kb
Rating:  Very Good (4) | 10 rate(s)

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Reveille (by Selwyn Walker, Dec 19th, 2007)
not loud enough for a severely hearing person so I didnt purchase it.
Funny (by nautin, Jul 12th, 2007)
It is so funny
Useful! (by forestgum, Jul 12th, 2007)
This ringtone is very useful to me, I can use it as a call to wake me up in the morning.
So funny!!! (by billyoung, Jul 9th, 2007)
ha ha ha What's a lovely melody!
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Revelations about ring tones

Can you tell something about a person by the ring tone on his or her cell phone?

Silly question, you say?

Think about the song you chose, or didn't choose; some folks are content with their choice of built-in rings.

For the people buying the estimated 600-million cell phones that will be sold worldwide this year, and the members of the wireless community who own phones, customized ring tones are the rage.

The sales of customized ring tones were more than $2-billion worldwide last year, according to Entertainment Weekly. People will pay anywhere from $1.50 to $3 for a tune by Jay-Z or Morrissey.

The most popular ring-a-ding-ding tunes are by rappers, says Chuck Hamby, public relations manager for Verizon Wireless. Verizon's Get It Now service, which sells the tunes, has been in operation for about 18 months.

"Most of the customers for these programs are youth - upper teens and young adults. They have really embraced ring tones as a way to personalize and to individualize," he says. Those younger folks pick hits. Hamby says OutKast's Hey Ya! is hot, asis Crazy In Love by Beyonce and Jay-Z. (Vibe magazine lists several other popular ring tones: 50 Cent's In Da Club, Kanye West's All Falls Down and Usher's Burn).

Hamby says that baby boomers, on the other hand, tend to choose TV theme songs or tunes that have sentimental meaning.

Hamby has programmed his phone so certain callers are announced by their own ring tone. For his wife, he's programmed the love theme to The Godfather. For a business associate he's not too fond of, it's the Scarecrow's If I Only Had A Brain from The Wizard of Oz.

Many customers like to change their ring tone frequently, Hamby says. With thousands of songs available for download on the Internet, it's tempting to shop around.

"It's fun to see what the new releases are," Hamby says. "The quality, too, is getting better all the time. The tones are much richer, and they're getting more polyphonic."

What does your ring tone say about you? Are you trendy, or tried and true?

Tampa Bay Buccaneers rookie wide receiver Michael Clayton is down with the rappers. For him, it's Welcome Back by Mase.

Carl Webb, manager of Vinyl Fever, a music store in Tampa, opted for Notorious B.I.G. He's got the late gangsta rapper's Big Poppa programmed for his ring.

Margaret Murray, general manager of Sunrise Cinemas (formerly Madstone Theaters) in Tampa, also went with hip-hop, selecting Missy Elliott's Get Ur Freak On.

Christopher Holland, a computer specialist who lives in St. Petersburg, did like Mr. Hamby and programmed several ring tones into his phone, personalizing songs for specific callers. A Mozart aria plays when Holland's father, a classical music lover, calls. When his best friend, a sci-fi movie junkie, rings him, Cantina Band from Star Wars plays. When wife Christina calls, the theme to Bewitched beeps. ("Insert your own joke there," Holland says).

For Holland, who also co-chairs the Web site dedicated to B-movies, the programming is about fun as much as functionality.

"It gives the phone a little more personality," he says, "and I know who the caller is without looking at the phone."

Technology is improving in ring tones with the sounds coming in three styles:

* Monophonic: the classic digital beepy and bleepy ring.

* Polyphonic: a bit more full, with some harmonics.

* True-Tone: the new high-tech tone that allows folks in Japan and Great Britain to enjoy real, recorded songs.

Maybe the True-Tone ringer could have saved the relationship between Philip Clark and his ring tone.

Clark had a falling out with Pink's Get This Party Started.

"I don't want to ever hear that song again," Clark says. The graphic designer and artist, who lives in St. Petersburg, chose the peppy party anthem thinking it would put him in a festive mood every time the phone rang.

Instead, it drove him nuts.

"I heard it a million times a day, for four months," Clark says. "It was worse than hearing it on the radio over and over because it was this annoying beeping version of it."

Clark, scowling, imitates the cell-phone version of the song: "Beep (pause) beep beep beep beep beep beep beep beep beep bep beep beep."

"It was awful."

It didn't just get on Clark's nerves.

"Everyone I worked with was going crazy, too," Clark says. "When I walked away from my desk, they would turn my ringer off."

Clark cautions people against choosing a song they enjoy for their ring tone, saying, "It really does ruin the song for you."

Does Clark have a song on his phone now?

"I just have the most basic ring tone you can use."   

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