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Old 02 July 2007, 14:26   #21
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If anyone wants to be involed in this PM me or post here..
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Old 02 July 2007, 15:28   #22
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I will have a gallery up for you tonight m8

Retro Ringtones featuring Amiga Ringtones

I have a good feeling about this. and this would be a boon for so many peoples and is great for the community, sharing ringtones is a playground thing and one we should have in our playground HERE at the EAB!
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Old 02 July 2007, 16:49   #23
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I use cool edit pro 2.1 to copy the music and it only save the mp3 at 128..i think,i could do them in mono but i do like lisening to them on my pc too....?
Audacity wave 44.1kh, cut around 2 full beats, aprox 20 seconds.

some dynamic compression, if needed.
filter some bass
normalize the volume

64kbit mono mp3, lame usally under 160Kb, or the size limit for MMS.

I did some 48kbit tests but the freq cut off and warbling compression artifacts were a bit too much. Same thing for 96kbit stereo.

*edit* Found another one on the hard drive, bit overfiltered, but it's got that classic chip feel.
http://web.comhem.se/~u70900870/Armalytelvl2.mp3

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Old 02 July 2007, 20:48   #24
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I will have a gallery up for you tonight m8

Retro Ringtones featuring Amiga Ringtones

I have a good feeling about this. and this would be a boon for so many peoples and is great for the community, sharing ringtones is a playground thing and one we should have in our playground HERE at the EAB!
Cool thats great..
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Old 02 July 2007, 21:04   #25
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Audacity wave 44.1kh, cut around 2 full beats, aprox 20 seconds.

some dynamic compression, if needed.
filter some bass
normalize the volume

64kbit mono mp3, lame usally under 160Kb, or the size limit for MMS.

I did some 48kbit tests but the freq cut off and warbling compression artifacts were a bit too much. Same thing for 96kbit stereo.

*edit* Found another one on the hard drive, bit overfiltered, but it's got that classic chip feel.
http://web.comhem.se/~u70900870/Armalytelvl2.mp3
Cool..
Should we have them a 20 or 45 seconds..?
And i think we should have the best part of the tune...
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Guys I have loads of MP3s etc of amiga music (of which 20-30 mp3's are on my phone).. anyone wanting some gimme a shout!
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Old 02 July 2007, 21:10   #27
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can you help Spannernick find a couple of trusty peeps that would help him in this project. would you be interested ?
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Old 02 July 2007, 22:11   #28
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Cool..
Should we have them a 20 or 45 seconds..?
And i think we should have the best part of the tune...
I'd say time isn't really relevant, I just cut when the beat finishes. This is usually around 20 seconds (very rough estimation). But anyone who requires more then 30 seconds to answer the phone will drive his coworkers insane.

A good ringtune is around 7 seconds ("normal" answering time), the best part of the song (no, you won't wait another 5 seconds for the verse) and easy to hear above the background noise (like chip tunes).

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I only use the full tracks, having 1gb mem card makes it possible
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Old 02 July 2007, 22:49   #30
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You lucky duck..
If you want to share them could upload them to this site please...

http://savefile.com/index.php

You can upload 60mb max..

Thanks..
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errr... uhmmm..

Lost it all in the great HD crash of 2007
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yeah lost 150gb of amiga stuff, where at least 50-100gb is not backed up
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Old 18 July 2007, 21:39   #34
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I would love to help! I don't have much amiga music stuff but I would gladly do any editing of the sound that anyone wants?
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Hello there Boomtopper

okay, some have been making the ringtones by sampling the output from WinUAE, and then converting this to MP3 and editing it for length.

We try an keep the ringtone under 40seconds, unless there is a request now and then but generally 20-30 seconds is plenty for a ring tone.

However the method I use is a little different.

I use a program called MOD PLUG and it actualy plays the mods as protracker or octamed would on the amiga. from here i edit the sequence and if need be rewite and or re-sequence to obtain as much a flavour of the the music i can for 20-30 seconds. once I am happy that it makes not only sence but a good ring tone I then save it out as an MP3 56kbits (as the amiga audio is only half that, its a lot of zero padding but arguably sounds a litle better lol)

okay wich ever you decide, PM me and I will add you as a contributer and

To get the mods I download them from here :-
linkie 1.
http://www.mirsoft.info/gamemods-arc...c=&selection=1

you might want / need MODPLUG, so i have uploaded it to the retro-ringtones server

linkie 2.
http://www.guildserver.co.uk/project...1a494dad546951

If you want to know whats been done already have a look here, this shouldnt stop you from making your own version of course.

Linkie 3.
Retr0 ringtones: Featuring Amiga Ringtons

so go find yourself a track / game you like the music from and download it from lnkie 1. and then unpack and mod in linkie 2. then save as mp3 and upload to linkie 3.


ahhh the three linkie step program of retro-ness... i love it.

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How i do it is i open the tune in renoise. www.renoise.com its a tracker and it supports old style mods but also supports vst plugins. While in renoise i can then export a section of it such as 4 bars.
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well then PM me or spannernick and we can add you as contributer
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I have just bought an mp3 telephone, and i have choosed Bubble Bobble for the call ringtone, starts with the ingame music, then a little effect, and the faster ingame music ( if someone wants the file... just ask ).

For now, no one has listened to it... I wonder what someone could think, but... who cares???

Wondering what should i choose for an sms? Ideas? Should be very very short and quite loud...
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The ringtones I use are:

Desert Strike - crack intro
Apidya - Meadows
Pinball fantasies - Billion Dollar Gameshow

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