Free morse ringtones

Corky
7th January 2009, 20:23
http://www.planetofnoise.com/midi/morse2mid.php
Try the above site for free morse ringtones.

de corky

benjidog
7th January 2009, 22:00
Certainly makes a change from the bloody SOS ringtones. I rather fancy loading something rude onto mine like "Answer the ****ing phone!" but it's a bit long. :)

tunatownshipwreck
8th January 2009, 00:13
Certainly makes a change from the bloody SOS ringtones. I rather fancy loading something rude onto mine like "Answer the ****ing phone!" but it's a bit long. :)

Maybe "CQ !!!"

pete
8th January 2009, 09:42
Nope, it's not SOS it's SMS..........................pete

Moulder
8th January 2009, 10:34
Interesting .... the playback nearly sounds as if it's hand-keyed.

(Thumb)

MikeK
8th January 2009, 10:37
Thanks Corky a new toy !!
Managed to navigate through the wap malarky and my phone now bursts into life with cq cq de mjk mjk. Never did remember much of what Sparks told me but you certainly cannot confuse mine now with some hip hop theme ! (Thumb)

Mike

King Ratt
8th January 2009, 10:43
The site I use (Winmorse2) is at http://winmorse.lastdownload.com/ It is a bit more versatile than the Planet of Noise version.

Ron Stringer
8th January 2009, 11:29
Maybe "CQ !!!"

Since the phone always seems to ring at the most inconvenient time. perhaps ''4Q'' would be more appropriate.

R651400
8th January 2009, 12:04
4Q?

Not sure our Sri Lankan bretheren would be happy with that one.

My personal preference has always been...

dit - dit dit dah dit - dit dit dah dit - dah dah dah - dit dit dah dit - dit dit dah dit

BA204259
8th January 2009, 15:43
4Q?


My personal preference has always been...

dit - dit dit dah dit - dit dit dah dit - dah dah dah - dit dit dah dit - dit dit dah dit

Why aren't I surprised? :) :)

I like King Ratt's recommendation in post #7 above. It works on both XP and Vista but will also work from a thumb drive. I know when an email comes in because it says:-

GLD GHXU R 425/38 =

You can imagine what my wife thinks..... but if I'm happy, she's happy...right?

Anchorman
8th January 2009, 19:09
http://www.planetofnoise.com/midi/morse2mid.php
Try the above site for free morse ringtones.

de corky

Thanks Corky. I have just put one into my phone.

Regards
Neil

tunatownshipwreck
8th January 2009, 21:46
Since the phone always seems to ring at the most inconvenient time. perhaps ''4Q'' would be more appropriate.

Yes, I get that too, especially from those "robot calls". Maybe "QRN" works too.

DaiSparks
31st January 2009, 20:15
The Siemens A55 mobile would key SOS instead of SMS when a text message was received, something lost on the uneducated masses out there.
Maybe the Germans really do have a sense of humour !!!!!