Ringtone Composer

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What is Ringtone Composer?

Ringtone Composer is a feature of the DataPilot software to create customized ringtones for their mobile phones. Using the program, it is possible for users to import as well as export ringtones in the RTTTL, KWS, iMelody or eMelody formats. The later version of the program saves created ringtones as DPM files by default, although it can still open the earlier DRT formats.

The program’s ringtone editor makes use of a virtual keyboard that allows users to see exactly what key they are using. Users can add, change or delete keys in a custom ringtone. Furthermore, they can alter the ringtone’s settings such that the same score is played in a different instrument. The software as note banks for instruments such as the Grand Piano, the Bright Piano, the Electric Piano (of which there are at least 3 versions), the Harpsichord, the Music Box, and more. They can edit both melody and percussion.

Once users are satisfied with the ringtone they have produced, they can send it to their mobile phones in a number of ways. They can do it through a cable attachment, SMS or manual transfer.

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File types supported by Ringtone Composer

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Last updated: : June 22, 2014