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Classical Ringtones

A classical ringtones   is a digital audio file containing a condensed version of a musical composition, created especially for a cell phone. classical ringtones  can be programmed to play on a cell phone, instead of the normal phone ringer, to announce an incoming call. This feature was originally developed so that people would be able to recognize when their phone was ringing amongst other cell phones.

When classical ringtones first arrived, cell phones were only capable of producing very simple classical ringtones, also known as monophonic classical ringtones. The tunes being played consisted of a series of sequential beeps or tones because early cell phones could only generate one beep or tone at a time. At best, these early classical ringtones were able to mimic a melody.

Classical ringtones rely on the computing power of the cell phone. The common classical ringtones   was programmed through a computing language called Ringing Tone Text Transfer Language (RTTTL) format, developed by Nokia.