Ringtones and Ring-backs containing portions of songs written and recorded by Scott Cooley are available for your mobile cellular telephone.
Making Any Scott Cooley Song A Ringtone On Your Phone
The following instructions should work on any Android phone, and should work with YouTube Music as well.
Add ringtones with Google Play Music
To add music that you have purchased from Google Play as a ringtone, you'll need to download your desired song to your desktop and add it to the Ringtones folder on your device. Here's how to add your ringtone.
First, download the song to your desktop
Visit play.google.com/music on your computer.
Select the menu icon > Music Library. Along the top of the screen, select Songs.
Hover your mouse over a song to show the menu icon .
Click the menu icon > Download.
Note: If you are prompted to add the Google Play Music Chrome extension, you can add the extension or choose to download your song directly.
Then, add the song to your Ringtones folder
Connect your phone to your computer using a USB cable.
In the window that pops up, find the "Ringtones" folder.
Each device varies, so if you don't have a "Ringtones" folder, check your "Media" Folder.
Drag the music file (MP3) you'd like to use as a ringtone into the "Ringtones" folder.
On your phone, touch Settings > Sound & notification > Phone ringtone. Your song will now be listed as an option.
Select the song you want and set it as your ringtone.
What exactly are ringtones and ring-backs? Here are some definitions of each:
A ringtone is an excerpt of a musical composition embodied in a digital file and rendered into audio. Ringtones are stored in an end-user's mobile telephone, pager or other portable communications device and played whenever the device activates its ring or alert function (upon the arrival of a call, message or other notification).
There are two basic types of ringtones: Phonic Ringtones and Pre-Recorded Ringtones. Phonic Ringtones are, most commonly, standard MIDI sound files that are either monophonic, where the ringtones are recreated using standard single notes, or polyphonic, where notes can be played simultaneously creating harmony and/or counterpoint. Pre-Recorded ringtones play actual clips from sound recordings.
Ring-back tones (aka "Answer Tones") substitute an excerpt of a particular master sound recording of a composition for the sound a caller normally hears while waiting for the person called to answer the phone.