- Monday, April 17, 2006
I admit it. I am a ringtone junkie. In the past I have spent way too much money downloading the latest ringtones only to be surprised by the cell phone bill at the end of the month.
I am now using the service offered by UnlimitedRingTones that read more...
SXSW Video: The Polyphonic Spree @ Club De Ville
- Sunday, March 25, 2007
One of the most-hailed sets of last week's fest came from the disrobed, black parade of The Polyphonic Spree at Hot Freaks! bloggapalooza at Club de Ville. Tim DeLaughter regaled the crowd, acting as military-fatigue clad conductor and corralling read more...
Polyphonic ringtones - For all ages
- by Kavoos Bybordi
Polyphonic ringtones seem to be portrayed as something to be associated with trendy teens wanting to show off their latest ringtone every time their mobile phone rings. Is this really the case though? Well I recently flicked through my favourite...moreThe history of the ringtone
- by Nicolas Fogelholm
It started with the Nokia Tune, which is a 13 note rendering of Francisco Tarrega's, Gran Vals, who was a 19th-century Spanish musician.
The first ringtones were monophonic, which mean that only one note is played at a time.
Some of the early...morePolyphonic Ringtones
- by Matt Garrett
Polyphonic ringtones, as the name implies, employ various tones and sounds rather than just the simple one-tone typical ringtone. For instance, if you have polyphonic ringtones that are musical, you can have a drum or a bass line accompanying a...more