Easy way to make purchased song ringtones for iPhone
Make iPhone Ringtones Free in Windows 7 iPhone users can create custom ringtones for all of their contacts. Users can purchase ringtones from the iTunes store. Users can also create their own ringtones from the purchased music. However, the different versions of iTunes require users to go through the process of making ringtones differently from purchased music. Older versions of iTunes included the ability to create ringtones as a menu item. Later versions removed this option, users will have to do a little extra work. iTunes 9.2 or earlier
1 Click on the song you want to use to make a ringtone in your iTunes Music library.
2 Click “The Store,” then “Create Ringtone.”
3 Adjust the slider to choose a song segment for the ringtone. You are limited to 30 seconds.
4 Click “Preview” to listen to the ringtone. Readjust the slider if you don’t have the correct song segment.
5 Click “Buy” to purchase the ringtone. Apple requires that you purchase the ringtone because the license to listen to and download a song is different from the license to modify it to make a ringtone.
right-click on the song you want to make into a ringtone. Select “Learn About” from the menu. Go to the “options” tab.
Check the boxes next to “Start Time” and “Downtime.” Enter the times to start and stop the ringing tone in the appropriate field. There cannot be more than 30 seconds between them. Click on OK.
Right-click on the song again, then select “Create AAC Version” from the menu. This creates a new song for 30 seconds. Locate this new song in your music library. Sort all songs by “date added” if you have trouble finding them. right-click on the 30 seconds new song. Select “Show in Windows Explorer.” Mac users should choose “Show in Finder.”
Rename the file extension in Windows Explorer or Finder to “m4r.”
Select the file in iTunes. Click the “Clear” key. When prompted, choose to keep the file rather than send it to the Recycle Bin or Trash. Click on the File menu. Click “Import File to Library.” Navigate to where the file is located on your hard drive and import it into iTunes. Now is a ringtone ready to sync with your iPhone?