Samantha, just Samantha (samantilles) wrote,
Samantha, just Samantha

Stargate Ringtones, Part 2

Back on November 11th, I released two iPhone compatible ringtones for the Stargate SG-1 and movie. I have personally enjoyed them so much I decided to create a few more with the new Stargate soundtracks I purchased recently, as noted here. I've taken the smallest of opportunities (such as driving in the car, plane rides, the five minutes of freedom I was given in scarce quantities over the past ten days, etc) to begin a comprehensive review of the Stargate Soundtrack series, and I've noted a few sequences I thought might be appropriate (or ones I just really really liked) for Ringtones.

Before we get to the ringtones, my disclaimer:
The works are still copyrighted to the respective creators, David Arnold and Joel Goldsmith, as well as the owners of the Stargate Franchises. These ringtones are created using DMC free music (therefore not violating copyright laws reposting them) and created by me using GarageBand. These are not for sale, therefore I am not making any profit off of these. These are for personal enjoyment only. They are designed for the iPhone, however I do not know if they are usable by other phones. If anyone wants to try it and get back to me, I would greatly appreciate it.

From the previous posting:

Stargate: SG-1~Main Theme

Stargate: the Movie~Main Theme

The new tones:

Stargate: SG-1~Jazzy Theme from Season 1: The Torment of Tantalus

Stargate: SG-1~Patriotic yet Jazzy Theme from Season 1: The Torment of Tantalus

Stargate: SG-1~SG-1 Meets the Nox from Season 1: The Nox

Stargate: SG-1~The Nox Theme, Version 1 From Season 1: The Nox

Stargate: SG-1~The Nox Theme, Verson 2 from Season 1: The Nox

Stargate: Continuum~Day at the SGC Also known as "Love Letter to the Fans" as quoted by sg_fignewton

Stargate: Atlantis~Main Theme

Stargate: Atlantis~O'Neill Inbound from Season 1: The Rising

Downloading instructions: Right click to save the linked zip files. Open the zipped file and move the ringtone right into iTunes by either dragging it or add it to your collection as you normally do with electronic files. Both Windows and Macs do have a drag-ability function, so saving to a desktop and moving right into the program should work. The files will automatically move into the Ringtones category in iTunes at the very top under "Library". From there, once you connect your iPhone to iTunes, simply drag the ringtone into your phone, reset your phone settings for the new ringtone, and you are on your way.
Tags: iphone, ringtones, sammade, stargate movies, stargate sg-1
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