- electronic style warning.
Boing - goes the spring
Boingy Boing - this spring has really sprung!
Brass Cymbal Crash - add some emphasis!
Car motor rough start - the last thing you want to hear on a cold winter
morning, but it makes a funny ringtone!
Register (analog/old-style) - ca-ching sound effect from the days when cash registers weren't
Cranky Baby - just answer the call and the baby stops fussing!
barking - What's that dog barking about now? Oh, it's my phone ringing.
Door Bell - open your phone and let 'em in!
- ships will not run aground near you on foggy nights with this fun
ringer in your collection. A real attention getter.
Trumpet Riff - the classic muted trumpet "wah wah wah wahhhh"
overused in hundreds of radio, film and television shows.
Telephone Bell - authentic recording of a late 1970's Mountain Bell
Princess model telephone! A real retro favorite.
Hoots - whooo's calling?
Calling - is a fun ringtone, but even better as an alarm tone. The
choice is yours.
Steam Train Bell - from the last working cross-border US/Mexico
passenger (excursion) train in far Southern California.
Steam Train Whistle 1 - an interesting low, mournful tone.
Steam Train Whistle 2 - a two-tone, energetic leaving-the-station kind
of train whistle.
Tokyo Subway - ambient sounds from a chikatetsu no eki (subway station).
Holiday Phone Ringtones
Christmas MIDI and MP3 Ringers
Electric Jingle Bells
Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Jingle Bells (traditional)
Joy to the World
We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Scary Halloween MP3
Cellbits.com offers two types of mobile phone ringers or ringtones: Midi
(format0) and mp3. Midi files use your phones built in synthesizer to play a
tune, while mp3 files are a recording played back like any other audio file by
your phone. Midi files are much smaller than mp3 files, so they are faster to
download. But Midi files can only use the voices and synthesizer software
available on your phone, so they may sound different from the previews, even
though they are the same song - in a few cases the mp3 is merely a recording of
midi playback on a PC synthesizer.
Cellbits.com cell phone MP3 and MIDI free ringers are designed for a wide variety of mobile phones and cellular
networks including: Acer, Asus, Alltel, Android phones, AU, Audiovox, AT&T, Blackberry, Boost,
Cingular, Docomo, Huawei, HTC, Kyocera,
LG, Motorola, Nokia, O2, Orange, Panasonic, Pantech, Sanyo, Samsung,
Sharp, Sprint Nextel, SonyEricsson, Verizon, Vodafone and
Virgin Mobile among others (brand and company names are property of the