Midi and Polyphonic

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  1. V0oD0o

    V0oD0o New Member

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    Is there a difference between a midi file and a polyphonic ringtone when used on a mobile phone?
  2. SolarGuard

    SolarGuard New Member

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    It depends on the phone you have
  3. tanwd

    tanwd New Member

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    hmm.. nokia supports 4 notes at any one time..
  4. T0722

    T0722 New Member

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    i use midi's for my n7650 and it sounds ok....
  5. killakow

    killakow New Member

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    I think...
  6. Locutus

    Locutus New Member

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    No, there is no difference!
    The cell phones supporting polyphonic ringtones have a midi palyer on bord to play the songs you like the most! And this is different to other ringtones, because you get them free on the internet! I really hope this will stay!
  7. beauty_2610

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    isnt it the same thing, midi files produces the polyphonic ringtone.
  8. redeemer-dk

    redeemer-dk New Member

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    i think it depends...

    i thin kit depends on you phone... if it says it support polyphonic ringtones it won't necessarily support midi ringtones...
  9. midimonster

    midimonster New Member

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    all jiggi baby!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  10. pipeline19

    pipeline19 New Member

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    interesting, i never knew there was a difference
  11. ringtonezman

    ringtonezman New Member

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    OK. GET THIS! NOKIA CAN HAVE 4 NOTES AT A TIME, SO IT IS A LIMITED MIDI! SONY ERICSSON T300 AND ABOVE CAN GET UNLIMITED NOTES MIDIS!
    SO THINK ABOUT IT! MAYBE ULL REALIZE THAT NOKIA HAS ALWAYS KEPT ITS RINGERS TO DA MINIMUM!
  12. gold

    gold New Member

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    how to upload to phone

    how do i get my midi's on my phone, I have a siemens c56
  13. gold

    gold New Member

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    continue

    So you can use midi's as ringtones
  14. DANGER

    DANGER New Member

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    I think

    I think there is no diference.
    My friend have nokia 3510 and i have Panasonic gd87 and we have same mid files on our fons.
  15. audiecu

    audiecu New Member

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    is there a mp3 to midi converter?
  16. Lord Midi

    Lord Midi The Dane of Music

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    You're right, nokia is by my opinion not good, but I own a T310 myself, and it cant take unlimited notes midis, but "only" 32...and its the same for T300...
  17. Lord Midi

    Lord Midi The Dane of Music

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    Re: how to upload to phone

    You'll need a data cable...
  18. kram047

    kram047 New Member

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    I have a panasonic Gu87 and it plays Midis like a champ! Now if only I can find a midi editor to cut down some of my midis....
  19. thoman

    thoman New Member

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    Siemens supports 16 tones (at least m55)
  20. hjf288

    hjf288 New Member

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    Samsung phones require tones to be converted to MMF then linked via PC Link software, You can do this with some software over the internet - It works good

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