This remix of the classic iPhone ringtone makes it sound really cool

This remix of the classic iPhone ringtone makes it sound really cool
Remember the classic iPhone marimba ringtone? There was a certain period of time when it seemed that you’d hear it dozens of times every day, and even up to this day you can hear it (and its modified version in the latest iPhones) very often. But what if this ringtone was turned into a real track, made by a professional DJ?

This is exactly what mixtape artist MetroGnome did and the result is a ringtone that sounds really, really cool. With a dubstep vibe and richer melody, it would make not only a great replacement for your current ringtone, but you can also listen to it on its own. 

The whole track can be downloaded for free at the link below, and we’ve also embedded the video where you can see the live process of recording it.



source: MetroGnome

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8 Comments

1. sip1995

Posts: 1771; Member since: Feb 07, 2014

COOL....now make a remix with the Nokia Tune.

2. ihavenoname

Posts: 1693; Member since: Aug 18, 2013

Or that Samsung whistle notification.

5. user996

Posts: 221; Member since: Feb 25, 2013

there are many remixes for nokia tune

3. ShenAlJoker

Posts: 113; Member since: Jul 19, 2013

EDM is the new pop!!!!!!!!!!!!!

4. mfungah

Posts: 2; Member since: Dec 11, 2013

The icon is definitely a Pokéball lol

6. weinerslav

Posts: 126; Member since: Jul 31, 2012

Seriously?

7. RandomUsername

Posts: 808; Member since: Oct 29, 2013

Even though I hate that ringtone, that remix was pretty cool.

8. 1ceTr0n

Posts: 549; Member since: May 20, 2012

My Note 3 would self implode if I put that on it.

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