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Generation software for ringtones


A ringtone maker is a program that transforms a user-chosen song or other audio file into a mobile phone's ring tone. The ringtone is downloaded to the phone via direct cable connection, Bluetooth, text messaging, or e-mail. Users may produce digital music or audio as ring tones on many websites.   The first ringtone was designed by Vesa-Matti Paananen, a Finnish computer scientist, and released in 1997 for use with Nokia smart messaging.   In 1998, while working for UK Phone Provider Orange, David Clarke helped to establish the B5 Ringtone License with the UK's Mechanical-Copyright Protection Society. In 1999, David established and launched what is considered to be the world's first "legitimate" ringtone company. Scott Memphis, leader of Sunday Morning Sanctuary, penned a 2010 hit entitled "Ringtones & Lullabies," which was inspired by the B5 Ringtone Licensing of 1998.   Some companies offer tools for generating music tones, such as the MusicDJ in many Sony Ericsson phones. These frequently utilize encoding standards only available to one phone model or brand. Other types of encodings, such as MIDI and MP3, are often accessible; they must be downloaded to the phone before they can be used as a ring tone.   When a customer purchases a ringtone, an aggregator (a company that sells ringtones) either creates the music or combines a previously released song. The phone receives the song in a special file format via SMS. If they use someone else's music, they must pay royalties to a licensing agency. The cell phone provider keeps the majority of the money.   In 2005, "Mobile17" became the first third-party solution for ring tone production online that did not require downloadable software or a digital audio editing program. Users of Apple's iPhone were later able to make a ringtone from a song purchased on iTunes.   I can also recommend you a ringtone download site if you want to download ringtones quickly:

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