Rhythm Thief And The Case Of The Ultimate Ringtone

Just listen to it. That's the music that plays every time you clear a puzzle in Sega's Rhythm Thief and the Emperor's Treasure. It's like… some unholy blend of classic Sega "level cleared" music and hilarious vocal jazz. I love it so much.

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I liked this game a whole lot, and the main reason I did was that the music was so great. And this little ditty, ending with a hilarious "Dat-Dow!" that's straight out of the cheesiest jazz vocal choir this sid eof Glee… it never fails to make me grin.

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Seriously, I want to make this into a ringtone. Can someone help make this happen?

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If you've got an Android phone you can make the ring tone from any MP3 can't you? Just use one of the many free to use YouTube to MP3 converters.

If you've got an iPhone, do the same thing with the YouTube to MP3 converter but after that you need to import it into iTunes. Then find the file in your iTunes library, right click and select Create AAC format. Find the file in your Windows or Mac directory structure, copy it to the desktop and then rename it from xxx.m4a to xxx.m4r. Then double click that it it should plonk it into the iTunes Ringtones section where you can now transfer it to your phone.

I'm sure there are easier ways to do it. Maybe an app.