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Ringtones for MA-7
Dave Bristow Dave Bristow will introduce various techniques to develop an effective ringtones for the new MA-7.
[Vol.4 uploaded!]
Ringtones for MA-7

WSD
WSD
 WSD
(Wave Sound Decorator)

MA-7  Advanced AudioEngine for Mobile!
High-quality-sound multifunctional audio-processor LSI for multimedia mobile phones, "MA-7"; processing a broad range of mobile phone sounds!
 MA-7 SCAS Demo
 MA-7 Introduction
 MA-7 Demonstration

SMAF Tools for Macintosh !
 WSD for Mac OS X
 SSD for Mac OS X
 WSC-MA2-SMAF for Mac OS X
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What's New? What's New?
17/Apr/2008 
06/Mar/2008 
SSD updated to Ver.1.2.3.
MCP-MA7 updated to Ver.1.6.2.
20/Dec/2007
16/Feb/2007
FAQ updated!
02/Feb/2007
FAQ updated!
22/Dec/2006
Document of ATS-SMAFPhraseL2 updated to Ver.1.3.4.1.
16/Nov/2006
MCP-MA7 released.
02/Nov/2006
06/Oct/2006
22/Sep/2006
FAQ updated!
08/Sep/2006
FAQ updated!
04/Aug/2006
Document of ATS-MA7-SMAF updated to Ver.1.5.1.1.
The past updating history is here.
What is SMAF? What is SMAF?
SMAF stands for "Synthetic music Mobile Application Format", and is a data format specified by Yamaha that defines multimedia content for use on hand-held portable devices, such as mobile phones and PDAs. The most common application of SMAF is the creation of ring tones for mobile phones; however, the full specification defines support for graphics too.
The Yamaha MA-1, MA-2, MA-3, MA-5, and MA-7 sound chips feature in many of today's mobile phones. Any device incorporating one of these chips is capable of playing SMAF sound files.
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SMAF Tools SMAF Tools
A variety of hardware and software authoring tools are available to developers of content for mobile phones and other devices. These tools can be used to create SMAF data files (.mmf files). The simplest way of doing this is to convert existing sound files in other formats using a software conversion tool. Files in the .wav or .mid (standard MIDI) formats are two examples of audio files which can be converted in this way.
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