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Looking For XPR Startup Tone Sound .mp3

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You know the powerup sound Motorola XPR portables make when you first power them on? The little 3-tone sound effect. Where can I get that as an .mp3 file? Thanks.
 

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You can probably pick it up off the speaker pin and input it to a computer then record it.
 

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Here it is. The audio can be a pain to get. The radio will only emit it from the built in speaker so i cant get a line in recording. Also the audio is grainy coming from the radio to begin with so it doesn't sounds too well on a decent Hi-Fi setup. It should sound fine on a phone. I made it using the program called audacity on a Macbook Pro.
 

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