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    I Make My Own 8700 Tunes

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    I Make my own 8700 ringtones and you can too

    First i downloaded a mp3 maker from download.com
    Then i signed up for free hosting at storeandserve.com

    Then you open the mp3maker, open any mp3 that you have saved on your computer, chop the section you want and save it.
    Then you upload it to your storeandserve page and send the OTA(over-the-air) download link to your blackberry email.....

    The only bad thing is that the mp3 maker is a trial version so if you can find a free 1 you can do it all for free...

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    Re: I Make My Own 8700 Tunes

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    I use Audacity, it's free on download.com and you just have to find a free mp3 encoder. Not to hard to find on download.com too.

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    Re: I Make My Own 8700 Tunes

    this program is not too user friendly
    how do i pick the section i want to save and cut?

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    Re: I Make My Own 8700 Tunes

    klive19, You talking about Audacity? Select the portion you want to save, Click on the Edit menu, and select TRIM. Then click on the double ended arrow to get the move feature. Move everything to the start of the track, then export as an mp3 file.

    If it's not about Audacity, I dont know.

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    Re: I Make My Own 8700 Tunes

    what bitrate does the song have to be in, in order to use a ringer?

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    Re: I Make My Own 8700 Tunes

    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~hight the bitrate better it will sound is a general rule of thumb

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    Re: I Make My Own 8700 Tunes

    ok yeah i tried that on audacity looks better than the mp3 maker i had downloaded before
    thanks

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    Re: I Make My Own 8700 Tunes

    I use to make my own also when I had all the gsm fones from motorola. I used Tuneusin.com for a bit, but when I found out about StoreandServedotcom, it's the bomb(not knockin tuneusin.com). The ringtones from downloading from that site once you sign up and make an account and then post them, are just incredibly worth it. They seem alot louder and clearer than other sites. Ya'll give it a try.

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    Re: I Make My Own 8700 Tunes

    i think goldwave is the best to chop and edit in my opinion.

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    Re: I Make My Own 8700 Tunes

    I use wavepad for editing and funformobile.com to upload the ringtone.

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    Re: I Make My Own 8700 Tunes

    Quote Originally Posted by Haas
    i think goldwave is the best to chop and edit in my opinion.
    when using goldwave wat size does da file have to be for it to save on the bb

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    Re: I Make My Own 8700 Tunes

    Ringers usually need to be less than 500kb to play on the BB, but can in certain circumstances be more.

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