|Exellent (by Shan, Aug 19th, 2008)
It great pleasure to listen.
|Love IT! (by Angelina, Sep 18th, 2007)
Piano lovers MUST have!! Wonderful
|Beautiful sound! (by forestgum, Jul 24th, 2007)
I like this tune, would recommend it!
|Romantic (by nautin, Jul 9th, 2007)
The melody is so romantic! I like it!
|Piano Breath (by billyoung, Jul 8th, 2007)
Oh it's great. I will make it my ringtone.
|What is it? (by kitty, Jul 7th, 2007)
Does the piano breathe like this? Fast mixing sound, it's kool also.
A Piano in Your Phone - Nokia KeyPress Ringtones
By Philip Nicosia
Imagine your phone were a piano. You could create an original musical score, or
somehow record the notes of a particular song into your phone memory and
transform it into a message or call alert tone. Think of the possibilities.
Think of the freedom you have to make, and play, any tune in the world.
That's the kind of flexibility you get from keypress ringtones also known, if
you're a Nokia user, as a Composer ringtone. Basically, the phone converts each
note into certain numbers and symbols, which you press into your keypad. It's
Most Nokia users don't maximize this function on their phone, possibly because
they don't know how or are intimidated by the seemingly complicated process of
writing a song. However, the process is simple the phone does all the processing
for you, so all you have to do is type in the codes.
First, download the code sheet from a number of Internet websites that carry
thousands of Nokia keypress ringtones, The selection is very wide as well. From
Bach to Blackeyed Peas, nursery rhymes like Twinkle Twinkle Little Star to rock
staples like Metallica's Enter Sandman, there's bound to be one keypress
ringtone for every personality and every mood.
So you've scoured the wide selection and found a song that you absolutely love.
The second step is to encode the keypress ringtone into your Nokia phone. Don't
panic: it's actually a very straightforward process.
You will be using Nokia's Composer function. Access the Menu, then scroll down
to Tones. Within that, you'll find the Composer function. Press, and then select
the option Create a New Ringing Tone.
Your phone will show the last tone that you had created. If you haven't done
this before, you will see a blank screen. Now, enter the desired notes, copying
them from the code you had just downloaded from the Internet. It'll be a series
of numbers. For example, Because I Got High by Afroman has the code 588 5 5 5 59
58 599 588 5 5 4#9 399 08 5888 5 5 6 6 0 6 6 6 6 699 4#88 4# 4# 39 299 08 68
788. Each number represents a note, i.e. 5 corresponds to the note G.
The spaces represents the rests between the notes, and you input this by
pressing 0. The default duration of each note is 1/4 but you can always shorten
it (e.g., 1/16 or ½). If a number is enclosed by brackets, such as (5) it means
to hold the note until a dot appears. Another way to adjust the duration of the
note are the numbers 8 (which decrease the length of a note) and 9 (which
lengthens the duration). So, the symbol 588 would mean that the note G should be
To change the octave of a note, you can use the plus (+) or minus (-) signs.
Type this after the note, such as e1. You can also add the sharp button or (#)
to play half-step notes.
After typing in your Nokia keypress code, press ok and then Play. You can also
adjust tempo, send the code you just inputted to another person, or clear the
screen and delete everything on the screen.