Artisan Ringtones Vol 1

Remember before wireless phones when calls were limited to a finite area, beyond which the world of telecommunication could not exist? Well, we can never go back now. Panora’s Box has been opened and phones have infiltrated every crevice of our lives. How many times a day do you hear a phone ring?
Lest we forget, life is simply a series of sensory experiences. Much like what we eat constitutes our body, what we see, hear, smell, taste, and feel constitutes our consciousness. The health of neither should be ignored.

Today, cell phones are ubiquitous to say the least and sadly, too many people are forced to compromise their quality of life by settling for the least intolerable ringtone on their phone, subsequently exposing themselves to this less-than-desirable noise multiple times everyday. This repetitive sound therapy affects our psyches in ways we can’t even comprehend. Meanwhile, it seems ringtone composers are either horribly out of touch or a sinister cult of conspirators with steadfast intentions to contaminate the soundscapes of our lives. Either way, something had to be done.

Thus, I give you Artisan Ringtones Vol 1, the latest in audio Feng Shui:

21 unobtrusive, artful ringtones designed to enrich your cell phone experience and bring some greatly needed tact to the art of the ringtone.



“noche de ronda”


Note: In an effort to control ringtone revenue, many cell phone manufacturers make it difficult or even impossible to install custom ringtones. Included in this download are mp3’s, which most phones support, as well as m4r’s. Please direct all questions or additional info on these matters to the comment field below.


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