I've looked through A LOT of different versions of Mission Impossible in MIDI format, and can't find the one I am looking for.
The version I want is only on the UK midi sites, and I can't download it off of any of them since I am in the US. I had no qualms about buying it if I could. Anyway, here is a link I made to the MP3 copy of the file they use, obviously so people can't rip it.
So you made this MP3 out of a midi file, but you are looking for this midi file? I am confused! Exactly what are you looking for? What are you trying to do with it? What does the MP3 have to do with this?
On all the UK pay sites that offer polyphonic MIDIs, they let you sample the music beforehand, but obviously they won't let you play the MIDI cause you could just grab it outta your browser cache without paying. So what they do is record the MIDI in MP3 format so you can't steal the song.
So the MP3 in the link I posted is the MIDI song in MP3 format, and I want that version in MIDI format for my GU87.
If you do a google search for "mission impossible midi 50013" os something of that nature, then you will see the song on the pay sites, but being in the USA I can't purchase it from them.
I use acoustica mp3 to wav convertor although I believe you can use winamp as well. Then I use sound recorder in Windoze to convert to the correct wav format, then I use the wave to MFM convertor to convert to MFM format and voilla, all done. But you will need to resize the ringtone down, but I am sure that you do not need a 40sec ringtone anyway.
Me and my big mouth. I figured this stuff out when I was on a business trip and had nothing better to do in my hotel room. It does take some time as you normally can only get about 14s of audio for an MFM ring tone. So you need to clip the wav file, which I use the sound recorder to do, accordingly. But some may prefer to clip it all from the end or may choose a center segment. I can not promise to have time to work on it right now but I can try later in the week