1. Sayuuk's Avatar
    I know that it's Chopins Fantasie inpromptu and we also have a copy of that in our music-collection (actually my parents do), but the Lost in Translation version is very different. It has some drums in it and just stays at that fast part much longer. Does anybody have the exact ringtone that was used in the movie? It's gotta be out there somewhere...

    Stefan
    01-06-08 06:21 PM
  2. coolhorn's Avatar
    I know that it's Chopins Fantasie inpromptu and we also have a copy of that in our music-collection (actually my parents do), but the Lost in Translation version is very different. It has some drums in it and just stays at that fast part much longer. Does anybody have the exact ringtone that was used in the movie? It's gotta be out there somewhere...

    Stefan
    This exact ringtone (Fantasie Impromptu with a techno beat underneath) is an old Panasonic tone. It was standard on my GU87 camera phone (flip phone) from AT&T wireless in the USA. The same phone in Europe was the GD87. There used to be a website called "Panasonic Box" that had samples and complete downloads of all the tones from their line of phones at the time. Unfortunately, the site was taken down many years ago, and I haven't been able to find that content available anywhere else online. Their phones from that era had some of the best polyphonic ringtones around, and I've been wanting to get some of those onto my more modern phones for a long time. If only there was a way to take a headphone jack and record them to an mp3 player or computer. I still have the GU87 and an X70 that have the ringtones on them, just no way to get the sounds transferred off of them.
    09-09-16 04:17 AM
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