Looking one way, rowing the other.
1. capture the sound to a wav/mp3. on a mac, use Audio Hijack. On a PC, Audacity or the windows sound recorder should cut it.2. set up a store at xingtone.com (or explore the non-store option; I'm not familiar with it. Create your ringtones.3. use the 3 free ringtone downloads to get it on your phoneI'd've given this a shot for you, but flash is screwed up on my computer at the moment and I can't seem to play any of the mooninite sounds.
Tom kind of beat me to it before my laptop battery died, but here's a downloadable version that I made of the sound clip.ALthough I don't know if it'll repeat on it's own once it's on the phone, or if you need the actual file to have something like a 15 second repeated sequence.
The Wolfen will come for you with his razor!
Ok, this could (possibly) work. However, my somewhat old phone doesn't appear to be among those supported, and it's finicky about web access anyway, so I haven't been able to test it out.I also put up one of Derek Zoolander saying "you're ridiculously good looking". Because, well, I already had the clip, so why not.
Thank you for finding this and giving it to the world.
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