Midi and Polyphonic

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by V0oD0o, Mar 28, 2003.

  1. zerooooz

    zerooooz New Member

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    More Nokia uses only 4 note poly. 7650 3650 uses 24 note poly. You download from www.forum.nokia.com Nokia Audio Suite 1.0. This soft is can convert midi to nokia sp-midi.
  2. Sasuke

    Sasuke New Member

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    Re: Samsung

    Hey Quick2learn,
    well I do.
    Btw: Samsung sgh - V200 suports 60 tones at one but there's no midi converter to get all the 60 in one mmf file.
  3. quangxvu

    quangxvu New Member

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    Doesn't the midi file need to have a maximum of four tracks on it in order to work?
  4. flyer

    flyer New Member

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    a polyphonic ringtone sounds more realistic than a normal one
  5. bashar1586

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    Anyone know of a way i can get mp3 ringtones on my samsung v205? I have a data cable and all......
  6. bashar1586

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    also if anyone has some rap ringtones for a samsung v205 please tell me on this post and i will reply....thankx
  7. kreate195

    kreate195 New Member

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    i thought they were the same
  8. kraze

    kraze New Member

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    Yup there is a slight difference in midi and polyphonic...... Midi supports greater number of instruments/tones to be played at any one time whereas polyphonic only allows a limited number of instruments/tones depending on the model and brand of phone you use. But not to worry as there are many software you can download for free to convert any midi to an acceptable polyphonic tone for your phone. I'm using a Nokia phone and Nokia sound converter is a very usefull tool to convert any midi to a polyphonic tone. It also supports a wide range of models for Nokia.
  9. kraze

    kraze New Member

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    And some more info.....

    1) you need to find midis of the songs you want which is available here.

    2) get a midi editor to edit the length of the midi. Get the most catchy part or your fav part of the song...unless you want the whole song to be played lol

    3) You'll need a data cable or infrared port to transfer the tone from your pc to phone unless both your pc and phone is bluetooth.

    Hope that helps ...
  10. celtics3410

    celtics3410 New Member

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    mine sounds like the real thing

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