Are you tired of hearing the same ringtones on iPhone over and over again? Many iPhone users like to make their own ringtones instead of using the system ringtones pre-installed. You can convert your favorite music to ringtone, record sound as ringtone. In this article, we will use Tunesgo Ringtone Maker to show how you can convert music to iPhone ringtone.
iPhone Ringtone Maker
The iPhone Ringtone Maker comes as a tool in the Tunesgo phone manager along with many other useful tools. It allows users to add source music from their local music library on computer or load off music from iPhone. You can set the start and end time easily with this ringtone maker. Fade-in and fade-out are supported. Saving ringtones to local PC or directly import ringtones from computer to iPhone, your choice! Get the ringtone maker below before we proceed to the next steps.
How to Make ringtones for iPhone?
Run the iPhone manager software on your Windows PC or Mac computer. Connect iPhone to computer via USB. Switch to the Music tab in the iPhone manager. You can then see a list of all your music on iPhone. Click to start the Ringtone Maker which is above the music songs. After that you will see a pop-up window as below.
Step 1. Add music
Click Local music or Device music to add source music from your computer or iPhone to the ringtone maker. Currently the following formats are supported: mp3, m4r, wma, m4a, aac, ogg.
Step 2. Set start/end time
iPhone ringtones are limited to 40 seconds. You can only set the ringtone length to less than 40s. Make use of the built-in music player to play the music and set the start and end point of the ringtone. Click the Ringtone Audition to play the selected part. Optionally you can turn on fade in and fade out effect to make your ringtone more professional.
Step 3. Save ringtone
Click Save to PC or Mac to create ringtone and save to local computer. Click Save to Device to directly add ringtone from computer to iPhone without iTunes.
Use iTunes create ringtones
iTunes can also help you convert music to ringtones. It is however not as easy as the above ringtone maker. You can find more details from this tutorial to make ringtones using iTunes and then transfer ringtones to iPhone through iTunes.