How to make ringtones with voice memos for my iPhone
Creating your own ringtone for your iPhone 5 gives you more options to personalize your device. iPhone 5 only supports ringtones in M4R format, so you need to convert an audio file that is not already in this format. After converting your audio files to an M4R file, you can import them into iTunes and sync them to your device. Voice memos on iPhone use the AAC format and the M4A file extension. Since M4R files use the same format as M4A files, you can change the name of the file extension to make your iPhone recognize it as a ringtone.
Editing and synchronizing voice memos Select the “Voice Memos” application and choose the voice memo you want to cut on your iPhone. Choose the “Edit” button. Tap the plate symbol and drag the left and right edge to change the length of the file. The total length of a ring cannot exceed 40 seconds. Select “Cut” to record the voice memo. Connect your iPhone to your computer using the supplied USB connection cable. Select your “iPhone” from the iTunes menu bar or sidebar. Select the “Musical” tab and choose the option of “Include voice memos.”
Conversion Ring Tones sure Windows Press the “Windows X” keys simultaneously and select “Control Panel” from the list of options. Click “Folder Options.” If Folder Options does not appear in the list of options, type “Folder Options” in the Search box. Click the “View” tab, enable the option of “Hide extensions for known file types” and click “Apply.”
Drag the voice memo from your iTunes Music library to the desktop. law; click on the file and select “Rename.” Rename the M4A extension “M4R” and press “Enter.” Click “Yes” to confirm the change and drag the newly created file to your iTunes music library. iTunes now recognizes the file as a ringtone and adds it to the Tones library. Converting on Mac Drag the voice memo from your iTunes library that you want to convert to a ringtone to your desktop in Mac OS X Mavericks. law; click on the file you saved to your desktop and select “Get Info.” Click the “Name & Extension” field and change the “M4R” iTunes extension to recognize the file as a ringtone. Select the “Use M4r” format to confirm. Drag the file to the iTunes “Tones” folder. Ringtone synchronization Connect your iPhone to your computer using the supplied USB connection cable. Select your iPhone and click on the “Tones” tab. Check the “Sync Tones” box and either select the “All Sounds” or “Selected Tones” sync option. Check the box next to the newly created ringtone if you have chosen the sync selected tones option. Click “Apply” to sync the ringtone to your iPhone.