Are you bored of the default ringtone? iTunes creates a playlist library and users to can add their favorite songs in it. You can also use any song from your iTunes playlist as your phone ringtone. Here’s how to create a custom ringtone.
Steps to Create iPhone Ringtones Using iTunes
• Go to the iTunes application.
• Press on the Download iTunes option and wait till the iTunes complete its update procedure. You need to start the system again once the update procedure is finished.
• Choose the music which you wish to add as the phone ringtone and click twice on the ringtone.
• Play the selected music.
• Click on the Song Info option. Ensure that you have chosen the correct music, press on the Edit button given in the top left-hand column of the iTunes and after that, press on the Get info option.
• Press on the Options button.
• Go through the “Start” and “Stop” sections. You will get both the sections near the upper side of the screen, and it will open the search bar on the right-hand side of the options. It permits you to choose any time for the start and stop option.
• You need to adjust the start and stop time of the custom ringtone.
• Change the music into the AAC version.
• Open the folder where the AAC file is saved on the system.
• Ensure that the file extensions are appearing on the screen.
• You need to convert the file extension to M4R format.
• You have to copy the file here a ringtone is saved.
• Connect the iPhone to the system.
• Press on the title of the iPhone.
• Now, you have to paste the copied ringtone file into the “Tones” window.
• Place a checkmark on the “Manually manage music and video” box.
• Press on the Tones option once again and after that, go through the title of the ringtone.
• You need to place the music as the phone ringtone.
Steps to Create Android Ringtones Using Audacity
• You have to start downloading and installing the Audacity.
• You need to begin the downloading and installing process of LAME.
• Go to the Audacity application.
• Press on the File tab.
• Tap on the Open button.
• Choose music.
• Choose the column of the music.
• Now, you need to save the chosen ringtone on any folder.
• Click on the copy “Sample.mp3” option.
• Tap on the Paste Item button.
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