Having an iPhone, as almost any other smartphone device has its advantages and its disadvantages. It is clear that everyone would to have an iPhone. We love it for many reasons, but that doesn’t make us blind to the weaknesses that it has. But for these weaknesses, there is always a solution, and today we try to get the solution for the problem which is: “getting ringtones for iPhone.”
Although of those companies that you subscribe to almost free, we can imagine how many gifts they promise, of which, create the ringtones is one of them. But, they send an inflated bill at the end of the month. There are hundreds of them that offer ringtones for the iPhone, sometimes it’s a trap. But, today we want to show you how to create iPhone ringtones by yourself using Garageband. This means it is you who compose the melodies or who chooses the fashion song that you like the most. And, that these are the ones that sound every time that one of your contacts calls you, sends you a message, or even sends you a WhatsApp.
Also, thanks to the tutorial video that we are going to put the link at the end of that article, you will be able to customize your contacts agenda. The tutorial that we present today on how to create an iPhone ringtones is suitable for all audiences.
Yes, to carry out the entire operation of making custom ringtones for iPhone you’ll need one of the simpler creation of audio programs, of course, Garageband. Today we are going to teach you how to compose your own ringtone from iPhone through GarageBand.
- Create or open a song from GarageBand.
- Use cycle mode to select the part of the song in GarageBand that you want to use for the ringtone. Keep in mind that ringtones will normally have a duration of between 30 and 40 seconds. Consult the documentation of your mobile phone to find out what life must have the ringtone.
- Select Preferences from the GarageBand menu. Then click on advanced. Mark the check box automatic normalization.
- Click the share button and select “Export song to disk”. In this way an export sale opens with options.
5. choose a name for the tone of the call and the location where to save it.
6. Select MP3, AAC or AIFF and choose a quality. Consult the documentation of your mobile phone to know what the preferred audio is and your configuration format.
8.Consult the instructions in the documentation of the mobile phone; “how to copy ringtone on the device.” It may be necessary to use a Bluetooth or USB between the Mac and the phone connection. In addition, it may require software provided by the manufacturer of the phone or by a third party.
Here you have a link to a Tutorial on how to create a ringtone for iPhone using Garageband.