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Does anyone know at all where the files for the alarm sounds on the iPod touch (the ones that play through the internal speaker)? I cannot find them and have no idea what they're called.
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I don' know if we're allowed to talk about this.... but they are in
/Library/Alarms/ and they are .aif files. But they sound like single track MIDIs to me.

There are more in /System/Library/Audio/UISounds/ but I'm not sure how those work... CAF files.
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