Record your own personalised mobile ringtones with ReVoice Singtones
A new service lets you record a personalised mobile phone ringtone by recording your voice to hits from the world’s best artists. It features voice synchronisation and enhancing technology, apparently the same as used in professional music and movie studios.
ReVoice Singtones can be created from your mobile phone or a PC, by downloading the Singtone Studio programme. Of course you’ll need an external microphone for recording your dulcet tones.
It’s not a subscription service – you just pay for the tone when you send it, and many of the tones are free during the site’s introductory period.
The tones are either MP3 or AMR format, and the phone must be able to connect to the Internet to download the tones. Paying for tones can be done by having an account with O2, Orange, Vodafone, or T-Mobile.
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Hi, I’m John Manning, the marketing guy at Phone Sherpa. Our fans are the people that want to have multiple ringtones and wallpapers from their own collection on their phone without breaking the bank. We offer a $19.99 per year unlimited use package and the average usage over time is about twelve ringtones per month.
There are three easy web based steps: first you upload a file, say an MP3, then you select the part of the song you want as your ringtone and lastly, you send the file to your phone. A big part of the reason for using Phone Sherpa is the cost savings but also the ability to customize the exact part of the song you want as a ringtone. We’d love to have you try it out and let us know what you think. Happy holidays.