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My Ringtone from 2 Songs

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Make Your Own Ringtone

Using Audacity, trim, join end-to-end (cut/paste), and/or play side-by-side audio files in order to create your very own ringtone. Ringtones should be a maximum or 40 seconds to conserve phone memory (besides, most cell phones don’t ring longer than 30 seconds or so…the extra 10 seconds is just in case). Be creative, you might want to actually use it on your phone. Please properly cite all sources used — Remember, fair use requires money to use as a defense.

this is a 2 star assignment
I had a lot of fun with this assignment.  I’ve made ringtones from songs on my iPhone before using the app called RingtoneMaker with only one song.  I liked how with this assignment I was able to use more than one song.  I guess the hardest part was finding two songs that I thought went well together.  The two songs I picked were The Seeker Theme (Full Version) and Prophecy from a soundtrack from the tv show Legend of the Seeker (it got cancelled after only 2 seasons because no one knew about it).  Both of the songs were composed by Joseph LoDucaHere is a link to the soundtrack, it can then be viewed in iTunes.  I already had the soundtrack downloaded into my iTunes account.  All I had to do was convert the iTunes songs to .WAV files and then imported them into Audacity.  I then left only the first 30 seconds of the songs.  I then amplified the sound and faded out the end of each song and faded out the endings so it sounded more conclusive, like a ringtone.  I picked these two songs because I liked how the woman’s voice in both songs went well together as one song.

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