Testing Gurbani Ringtones

Today during my "lunch break" I was searching around for some iPhone related stuff and happened upon an article about mobile phone ring tones and thought I would give my phone an upgrade from the plain old iPhone ringers which are pretty lame. I have been meaning to change the ringer for ages, but never got around to it.

If you are lucky and have a modern phone that isn’t locked down by the @#$# phone company, forcing you to pay for new ring tones, then you might be able to make use of the musical Gurbani Ring Tones that I am testing out. 

iPhone ringtones must be 30 seconds or less, so they are pretty short. I looped the audio so that it sounds pretty smooth and continuous. I still have yet to try them on my phone, so we’ll see which of them I end up using. It’s a whole different thing listening to an audio and actually having it as your ringer sound. Some get old VERY fast or are too loud.

Anyways, let me know what you all like and if they work out. I’m going to test them out as well when I get home. If this works out then I’ll make more. The first batch are mostly western style Gurbani/Mantra with a few traditional style.

Gurbani Ring Tone Downloads:  iPhone FormatMP3 Format (The downloads are zipped up into a single compressed "zip" file)

Ps. You can listen and download them individually in the Audio Archive

3 Responses to “Testing Gurbani Ringtones”

  1. s says:

    Just to let you know, http://www.audiko.net will convert any audio file into iPhone compatible audio format.

    Try it out

  2. PK says:

    From your zip file – I like “Guru Nanak VA Schools – Vaheguru Simran” the best.

  3. sarabjitsj says:

    wahe guru ji ka khalsa wahe guru ji ki fateh