Morse Code ringtones for iPhone 6

I just purchased an iPhone 6 and I love it.  Is there any way I can make my ringtones "sing out" in morse code?  I haven't been able to find a web site that will help me generate these ringtones, and show me how to install them.  Any advice?
ErnieRaderAsked:
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KimputerCommented:
You already stumbled across the first problem (generating the ringtones and installing them), however, I think you didn't consider the fact that ringtones in ANY phone are STATIC. You probably want incoming call from +00123 to be automatically different from +00456, without generating those two distinct ringtones and installing them twice, and assigning them to each contact. That is, however, NOT POSSIBLE on any phone (without extensive custom coding/hacking).
You probably wanted to install morse code ringtones for 0 to 9 (or even the alphabet) ONCE, and then have the phone sing out the ringtone depending on who's calling. That's not possible.
All phones, depending on how advanced they are, usually has to have a ringtone assigned to a contact. If you have 100 contacts, you have to generate 100 morse code ringtones, and the import those 100, and then assign them to each contact one by one. That's quite laborous, so I'll just leave you with some links on how to import ringtones and assign them (so you can at least have it work for a few important contacts): http://www.macworld.co.uk/how-to/iphone/how-turn-any-song-iphone-ringtone-alert-tone-3460817/
As you can see, only setting one ringtone is a laborious task (you should've gone for Android, it's doesn't require converting and importing, just open a contact, and assign it, no iTunes or similar are needed).

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ErnieRaderAuthor Commented:
Thank you, my friend.  You've answered my question perfectly.  I really appreciate your help.  Ernie
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