RNS:: HoHo is a universal Cell Phone RINGTONES and System MIDI files (ALARMS, RINGTONES) creator, editor, player & converter.
You can edit ringtones, play ringtones, and create ringtones for your cell phone.
You can convert ringtones from one cell phone standard to another.
You can convert ringtones to system MIDI sounds to use them as MIDI alarms in Date Book, Note Book, etc. or as ringtone for Handspring Treo or Palm Tungsten W.
You can edit Alarms with the MIDI Editor Plug-in (included)!
Currently available (and included) ringtone Format plug-ins are:
- Nokia & Nokia KPSF
- Ericsson (EMelody, iMelody)
- Motorola & Motorolall
- Panasonic & Panasonic KPSF
Currently available (and included) Keyboard plug-ins are:
- Piano - for professional music creation
- Staff - for copying the music from the print
Currently available (and included) MIDI plug-ins are:
- MIDI Export - convert your Ringtones to System Alarms (.mid)
- MIDI Manager - play, rename and delete System Alarms (.mid)
- MIDI Import - get your System Alarms (.mid) back to HoHo
- MIDI Editor - edit your System Alarms (.mid) without data loss
Currently available (and included) Ringtone plug-ins are:
- Ringtone Save - save and load your Ringtones from Memo Pad
- Ringtone Editor - edit and print your Ringtones
- Instruments - playback with use of 128 synthetized MIDI instruments
MusicWonk is a MIDI program that produces MIDI music based on algorithmic rules that you interactively create by connecting modules (graphical objects that represent functions and processes) in real time, adjusting the parameters as you go, in an interactive drag and drop environment especially designed to be fast to learn, fast to use. But MusicWonk did not achieve its ease of use by dumbing it down. Quite the contrary. With a starting palette of over 200 built in modules and functions, MusicWonk is one of the most powerful algorithmic composing programs available.
MusicWonk will drive MIDI synthesizers, soft synths and sound cards directly, effectively "playing" them in real time; it will also record directly to a standard MIDI file.
MusicWonk is essentially the same program as ArtWonk, but without the animation graphics components. It is the successor to a long line of graphical, modular, and interactive algorithmic composing programs created by John Dunn that were inspired by the big analog modular synthesizers, going back to one of the first if its kind ever produced for MIDI, MusicBox, released to the public domain in 1986.
While you can easily create analog synthesizer style step sequencers with MusicWonk, it goes far beyond its sequencer roots, to give you algorithmic composing tools of all kinds. MusicWonk is essentially a program language specialized for creating music, intended to be used by musicians. It is not a text based language like Java, C, or Lisp; instead it is a visual direct manipulation language that does not require you to take weeks to months to learn. You simply select graphical modules from a pop up menu, drag and drop their connections and interactions, listening to the results in real time as you build and modify your piece.