Formerly, old phones didn't ring continuously. They were quiet longer than they rang. Today's use of music as ringtones becomes noise too often, because the "ring" is uninterrupted - it doesn't give you a break and pollutes the surrounding environment, making a lot more of sound than neccessary to get your attention. I think a ringtone is like a call, and the ability we now have to choose the sound of such call is an opportunity for space. The call should leave you space to respond, that is, some (quiet) time to grab the phone and answer. So i edited a few selections into ringtones i thought i could contribute.
|Space Program ringtone 1||iPhone||mp3|
|Space Program ringtone 2||iPhone||mp3|
|Space Program ringtone 3||iPhone||mp3|
|Space Program ringtone 4||iPhone||mp3|
The iPhone version is a .m4r file, which when imported into iTunes will show up as a Ringtone and sync automatically. For other cell phones/ other systems, a regular .mp3 file is provided.