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Nothing introduces Swedish House Mafia sound pack for Glyph Ringtones

Make your own Swedish House Mafia ringtones!

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Nothing announced the new “Glyph Composer” feature a few days before launching the Phone (2). It was designed to create completely custom ringtones. Now, the company has launched a new sound pack created in collaboration with the Swedish House Mafia. 

Nothing’s new sound pack courtesy of Swedish House Mafia 

Today, the London-based tech company has introduced the custom ringtones and sound pack created in collaboration with the Grammy award-nominated electronic music group Swedish House Mafia for the Phone (1) and Phone (2).

Users can access these exclusive ringtones and create custom ringtones with the help of the new sound pack via the Glyph Composer app.

The new sounds correspond to the lights back of the device, similar to the ones that come by default with the company’s latest smartphone, Phone (2). 

In terms of the clarification regarding the custom ringtones by the Swedish House Mafia, here’s what the company had to say:  

The new Glyph Composer allows Nothing’s Phone (2) and Phone (1) users to create their own Glyph Ringtone, a sequence of sounds and corresponding lights on the back of Nothing’s smartphones. Once users find their rhythm, they can hit the record button and produce their very own Glyph Ringtone using the exclusive Swedish House Mafia Glyph Sound Pack drawn from new music (or simply use the artists’ preset ringtone).”

The Glyph Composer is a new app from the London-based company and comes pre-installed on the latest Phone (2) powered by the Nothing OS 2.0. However, Phone (1) users have to download the app from the Google Play Store.

Glyph Lighting is Nothing’s identity, and now, the company is adding more functionality with the new update. 

You will have to update the Glyph Composer app on your Nothing Phone (2) to see the Swedish House Mafia sound pack.

We tested it out on our review unit, and it’s definitely a cut above the existing sound packs. Stay tuned for our full review of the Nothing Phone (2).

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