Do you wish to make ringtones for your iPhone using iTunes, and then you are in the correct place. In this post I will be teaching you how to make ringtones for iPhone without paying anything. Think of the moments when you hear melodious ringtone on other people’s phones; you would have thought to have that ringtone, but you can actually make your own ringtone.
People use to say that we can understand the character of a person from their ringtone (I don’t believe in that) Think of the situations were you are in crowded area and when you hear the default iPhone ringtone, you will probably check was it your phone that is ringing, but you forgot there are millions of people who haven’t changed their default iPhone ringtone.
You can convert any kind of music that you hear into iphone ringtone; it is a very simple task to do and the best part is that you don’t need to spend a penny on that. If you are good at singing it will be great if you are planning to record your music and put it as your iPhone ringtone. Think when people hear your ringtone, they will be asking you “were did you get that” and it will surely impress them (if your song is good).
How to Make Ringtones for iPhone using iTunes
In this step-by-step tutorial on creating a great ringtone, we share the hidden tricks and tips to create a ringtone for iPhone. You can even sell self created ringtones and become popular. I have already told you that you can make your own ringtone for iPhone using iTunes or any song you have in your iTunes library can be converted into your iPhone ringtone.
Step 1: Launch iTunes on your computer and then from the iTunes library choose which song you want to set as your ringtone; choose a ringtone with melodious sound.
Step 2: You need to remember that the maximum acceptable length of the ringtone is 30s so right click on the file that you have selected and then select “get info”
Step 3: In the get info section open the options tab in order to select the starting and ending a song, if you wish to set the starting portion of the song then, set the start time as 0.00 to 30s, if you wish another portion of the song select the starting and end of the song
Step 4: After you choose the starting and ending time click OK, and then right click on the song and choose “Create AAC version”, the default iPhone ringtones extensions are in the AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) format.
Step 5: Now you have successfully create a AAC version of the song that you want and now you have to right click on the newly converted file and then choose “show in finder” option and then the new song will available on your finder window
Step 6: The file that appear on the finder window will in the extension .M4a, you need to change this into .m4r for that right click the song and then choose “Get info” and then choose “Name and Extension” then change its extension to .m4r and then move the file to desktop.
Step 7: Connect your iPhone to your computer and then launch iTunes and move the tone from the desktop to tones section, click on the iPhone icon and then go to Tones and then to sync tones and then selected tones and select the tone and sync device.
Step 8: Choose setting then sounds and then ringtones; select the ringtone that you have made. You have successful created and changed your iPhone’s ringtone.
I hope you are clear on how to make ringtones for iPhone, if you wish to express your opinion, ideas or suggestions use the below comment box.