How To Make Any Song Your iPhone Ringtone
1. Figure out which part of the song you want for your ringtone. You'll need to remember the start and stop time down to the second.
2. Right click on the song and select "Get Info."
5. Right click the song again and select "Create AAC Version." After you do this, you'll notice that there are now two versions of the song in your iTunes library.
6. Right click on the new file. Select "Show in Finder" if you're on a Mac, or select "Show in Windows Explorer" on a PC. That'll open up a new window and bring up both versions of the song in the iTunes Media folder. The one you want will be highlighted.
7. Right click, select "Get Info" and rename with .m4r. We need our file to be in this format so it can be recognized as a ringtone. My song currently reads "06 Shake It Off 1.m4a,' so I change it to say "06 Shake It Off.m4r." Then I hit enter.
Once you do so, it'll ask permission to say it will be a different file type. Select "Use .m4r."
9. Drag the file from your desktop to your iTunes library under Music. It will then appear in your Tones section.
You can also make ringtones on the iPhone itself with the free app GarageBand. For a tutorial on that method, check out this video.
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