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Slavoglotta Sprogformidling

2017-07-07

The world of listening

[ Portræt af Erik Thau-Knudsen ]

Ringtones

Various tones and tunes developed for mobile phones. To install, please resort to explanations like Jim Martin's How to set any song as a ringtone on your iPhone. Plus: how to get a custom text tone Create ringtones and custom alerts for free using iTunes (of 2014-02-07) or my own Forvandl lydfiler til iPhone ringetoner (of 2009-03-17)

Ringtones
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Axel F 1
I cut off the first 8 seconds of Axel Foley to get the right ka-pow for a ringtone on my mobile phone. Otherwise it is the same piece of 2 channels, 32 bit frequency Crazy Frog in MP3 format. You will know the tune as the theme of the Beverly Hills Cop movie series
0'40" / 2'40"
Dixon Cider
This is one of the many songs that the US Californian comedian group Smosh has made. It's from 2013.
0'37"
[none]
Drømmen om bøf
The Dream about Beef — from the soundtrack of the movie Madagascar, first of the two, when the hungry lion sleeps and dreams about beef. I use it as an wake-up ringtone
0'27"
Iron Man
Black Sabbath's Iron Man from the LP record Paranoïa (1968) is a milestone in the history of hard metal rock music. I cut off the first 10 bars of the tune to go straight to the famous electric guitar riff and then picked the subsequent 22 seconds.
0'22"
Kim Possible 1
Disney's Kim Possible intro from the eponymous cartoon series of 2002-2007. This series was one of the most popular series on Disney Channel and Disney Shows broadcasted in various European television channels of the 2000's and 2010's. Kim Possible's four-note message beeptone appears several times during the intro. This is the first occurence of beep in the Danish version; however, there is no song in this sound bit.
0'04"
Kim Possible 2
Disney's Kim Possible intro from the eponymous cartoon series of 2002-2007. This series was one of the most popular series on Disney Channel and Disney Shows broadcasted in various European television channels of the 2000's and 2010's. Kim Possible's four-note message beeptone appears several times during the intro. This is the intro's last occurence of the beeps in the Danish version. Kim says : Hey, hva' sker der? (Hey, what's happening?).
0'04"

Miscalleneous

More copyright protected sounds
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Velkommen til koncerten her
German folk song from 19th century. I did some interpretation for to be used as a birthday song for my mother in law. Her grandkids were supposed to learn this tune to sing it with new lyrics (The lyrics). This is the first file I publish that was made on my Edirol Keyboard. It is internal presentation, but I keep it here for file sharing purposes.
1'38"

2017-07-07

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