Here’s the best ways to produce and set any sort of track file as custom iPhone ringtone utilizing iTunes in a couple of easy actions. More details on ways to do so could be located here.

Even though we reside in a world where numerous of us utilize our phones with the soundless button constantly flipped to the ‘ON’ placement, there is still a time and a place for a great ringtone. Apple’s iPhone comes with some quite cool ones already integrateded, yet that indicates that the good ones have already been made use of to fatality. Exactly what you require is a ringtone that’s a little bit special.


Producing customized ringtones for your iPhone isn’t really too challenging. All you require is a little bit of audio cutting abilities– or sourcing, relying on the circumstance– iTunes and a USB cable to obtain the ball rolling. Here’s exactly how you could do just that.

Creating A Custom Ringtone

Step 1: Launch iTunes, open your music library, and select the song or audio bit which you want to use as a custom ringtone.

Step 2: Right-click on the song / audio bit, click on ‘Get Info,’ then click on the ‘Options’ tab, input the start and end time of the song which you would like to use as part of the ringtone. Click on ‘OK’once you’re satisfied.
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Keep in mind: the iPhone supports custom-made ringtones which could simply be 30 secs long. Consequently choose the little bits sensibly to develop a perfect loophole when the ringtone starts.

Step 3: Right-click on the song again and then click on ‘Create AAC Version’. Once you do this, iTunes will make a duplicate copy of the song in your library which has the duration that you defined in the previous step. Right-click on the newly created song and click on ‘Show in Finder.’

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Step 4: Once in Finder, right-click on the newly created sound bit and then click on ‘Get Info’ and change the extension of the file to ‘m4r’ under the ‘Name and Extension’ drop-down.

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Step 5: You can rename the ringtone to something else as well and place it on your desktop – or some place where you can access it easily. Just make sure the extension is ‘m4r’ not anything else.

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Copying New Custom-made Ringtone Onto Your iPhone

Step 1: Launch iTunes.

Step 2: Connect your iPhone to your PC or Mac.

Step 3: Click on the three ‘dots’ button as shown in the screenshot below, then click on ‘Tones’and drag your ringtone into the box in the resulting screen.



Step 4: Select your iPhone from the top bar in iTunes and then click on ‘Tones’ as shown in the screenshot below. Make sure you check the ‘Selected tones’ box to get a list of tones which you want to sync with your iPhone.

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Step 5: Once you’re satisfied with your selection and everything looks to be in place, click on the‘Apply’ button on the bottom right of iTunes to sync the ringtone with your iPhone.

Step 6: Pick up your iPhone, navigate to Settings > Sounds > Ringtones and you should see your brand new ringtone sitting on top.


And that’s it, you’re done.

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