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I used to have a tone sweep from one of the convolution plug ins as my ring tone. It worked really well because it was a chirp, followed by a few seconds of silence, and then a tone sweep low to high. The chirp and pause gave me time to answer it if i was in a room, and the tone sweep cut through when i was in noisy locations. The only caveat is that the ...


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@Melissa, What kind of game is it? The player perspective will definitely influence how you approach the skeleton audio. I assume as it is for mobile it will either be isometric, top-down or side scrolling? Secondly, is it real-time or turn based (like the might and magic games, for example?) or something else entirely? This needs to be considered, as a ...


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There are many solutions to recording stereo (or "dual mono" if you wish) through the USB port into a phone or tablet or computer. You did not state a budget, but this looks pretty good to me.... http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/irigproduo/


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Connecting the two microphones by means of the Y adaptor will connect the microphones electrically, so it may work up to a point (depending on the microphones), but: You will only be able (at best) to record the combined sound captured by both microphones, not each mic as a separate channel. Note however that if you are trying to go on a really low budget, ...


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The tone I've used for years has been a tune that started with a rhythmic high-hat... instantly recognizable once it's locked into your head. With four bars before the melody comes it, it's enough time to mute or answer while the tone is still pretty quiet and unobtrusive. Then another four bars with a mild melody, before finally a bit of lyrics. Has the ...


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Yes, what you ask for is impossible, it's like wanting to take a swim but not wanting to get wet I'd say. You can get one, but not the other. If you wanna blast away in the car or being in a dense crowd and still hear the phone, there is always the option to fire away a square-tone at full blast in the vicinity around 1 to 3 KHz. But at least in the crowd ...


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ask the producer, what format they want it, if none in particular 44.1-16 bit / mono files is a default. it's been mentioned before - mobile devices tend to only have mono outputs, not only that your memory constraints are higher. you probably are only going to have 7 MBS total to work with after all is compressed - keep that in mind. don't send stereo ...


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