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Editing a possible ringtone

Discussion in 'Music & Media' started by mannee, Mar 20, 2011.

  1. mannee

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    I have an evo and have a 2.3 sec mp3 file as my ringtone. Unfortunately, it plays over & over again, back to back. Would anybody know how, or if there IS even a way to stagger it to play lets say, every 4 or 5 seconds other than having to modify it w/ a wav editor? :thinking:
     

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    Ringdroid would select only the section of the music to be played - continuously.
    What OP is asking is possible to do with for example Audacity - Audacity: Free Audio Editor and Recorder
    Simply open the ringtone and add 4-5 seconds of silence at the end.
     
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    U got it USTA, that's what I'm talking about, I'll try it and let u know.
     
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    Yeah, I tried audacity but it was almost as complicated as Nero wav editor which is what I was using first. I was just trying to avoid the complexity all the audio options. I just simply turned down the mic volume in audacity & recorded the wav file plus an additional few seconds of quiet. then saved the NEW file. :cool: THX!
     

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