Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Down with the Man

Ringtones are outrageously expensive. My stepdaughter wanted to put some custom ones on her Razr which you might not even be able to download, and I happen to be decent with Audacity. I wanted to put a note on here so the next visitor to would do better than I did.

Make sure your MP3 file is encoded at a 22kHz sample rate.

If you don't do that, you will get the message "File type not recognized" from your Motorola Razr phone.

You will see a lot of stupid nonsense about making an mp3 file and then renaming it to .MID. I didn't do that, I just figured out where the project sample rate button was in Audacity. (Hint: It's in the bottom left corner.) Then export as an MP3, transfer to the phone using one of many methods, and off you go.

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