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Karaoke parties and Christmas messages result in unprecedented demand for record-your-own ringtone service ReVoice™ Singtones.

As usual, the latest mobile phones will be a hugely popular Christmas gift this year. The mobile content industry – such as ringtones – traditionally sees a post-Christmas surge as people test the capabilities of their new handsets.

It is not surprising that Singtones has already had its biggest month in business thanks to the fashion for karaoke parties and people exchanging mobile Christmas messages.

Singtones Studio PC software is free to download and features voice accuracy scoring and the option to ‘fix’ the vocal performance so the creator sounds in-tune and in-time. Bundles of four Singtones vouchers cost £5, with each voucher exchangeable for one Singtone which can be delivered to a mobile.

In contrast to standard karaoke software, Singtones results in a useful and fun party gift that guests can take away or send to friends as a unique souvenir of their evening. ‘‘It’s outstanding fun and a very inexpensive way to have a great night,” says Singtones boss Jeff Bloom.

In addition, Singtones’ catalogue of classic Christmas tunes has proved a popular way to send a festive greeting. “A mobile ringtone of you singing Mariah Carey’s ‘All I want for Christmas’ makes a brilliant caller-ID for a loved one,” says Bloom. “It’s also a uniquely personal and touching way to say ‘Happy Christmas’.”

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Editors’ notes:

About Singtones

- Singtones can be recorded using the Singtones Studio PC program, which can be downloaded at or via mobile phones and landlines

- Singtones are available for delivery in the UK only

- Singtones are free to create and cost £1.50 each to send or £5 for a bundle of four

- There are more than one hundred tracks available for recording, from the latest chart hits by Leona Lewis and Kaiser Chiefs to classic tracks by The Beatles, The Police and Eva Cassidy

About Synchro Arts (developer of Singtones)

- Founded in the UK in 1994, by Jeff Bloom (Ph.D. in Physics)

- Develops audio processing products for the consumer market and the professional audio industry

- Synchro Arts’ professional audio products are in daily use in the film, television, radio and music industries.

- Synchro Arts’ award-winning, patented audio product VocALign® has been used in thousands of production studios worldwide, including films such as the ‘Lord of the Rings’ trilogy and ‘Harry Potter’ and TV shows such as ‘Friends’ and ‘Seinfeld’.

- VocALign is used to tighten the vocal performances of pop stars including The Black Eyed Peas, Shania Twain and Take That.

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