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Yeah I personally just use this app called Ringtone Maker for that. You just select one of your mp3s, drag the slider to the part you want, and then it will copy that part for you without destroying your song, and save it as a ringtone. It's a pretty good app.
I have been using this for 5+ years works perfect.
Super easy to edit MP3s.
You can also use this app [link] to rip MP3s from youtube.
Indeed. If you're using an Android phone or tablet, I'd recommend using this app right here. [link]
As far as any iPhone or iOS devices, I'm not sure, but there should be an app out there. I will be uploading the ringtone to Zedge tonight, so that way the process is easier on both kinds of devices.
Ringtone 'Prying Open', made by Ringtone Maker.
Is there a specific part of the song you want while I'm at it ?
If you download the app it will go on your phone and you can delete after I believe.
Or try this [link]
Ringtone Maker. You need to have the songs or audio files actually saved on your device. I keep most of my music actually on my phone, so I had a lot to choose from! But you can also download tones from an app like Zedge, and they'll be saved in the folder that will add them to "My Sounds".
Is what I do. Unless you use Apple. In which case you're screwed. ��
I did this with FFXIV and it ended up better than the normal ones, which had a lot of empty air before and after the sounds beforehand.
I use an app called Ringtone Maker. Basically you import music you want to use (I generally use mp3 files) and it gives you the option of making an alarm, ringtone, or notification tone. If it's a full song, you can choose the part you want to use.
I use YouTubeInMP3 to download the songs and use this Ringtone Maker app to edit it and use it.
If you need help, just contact me.
It depends on what kind of device you use. Android is a lot easier than iOS in this regard.
Download the YouTube video. This is against YouTube TOS, so I won't offer instruction on HOW to do it, but a google search should get you the information you need. If possible, download just the audio (.mp3 or .m4a are both fine)
If you downloaded the video, pull out the audio track. How easy or difficult this is depends on what professional software you have and what format the video is. Again, google is your friend.
Once you have the audio track, import it into iTunes.
Right click the song in your library, and click "Get Info"
Go to the options tab, and set the start and end points. Apply the changes and play the song to make sure the length is right.
Right click the song again, click "Create AAC version"
Delete the original and the new version from your library, but KEEP THE FILES when it asks.
Browse to the location the song is in in your library. On windows this is "C:/Users/<username>/Music/iTunes/iTunes Library/Music/Unknown Artist/Unknown Album/" by default
Delete the original file (it will have a larger file size and length) we don't need it anymore
Change the extension on the short one from .m4a to .m4r. If you can't see the file extension when you right click and click rename, then press the windows key, type in Folder Options, press enter. In the new dialog, go to the advanced options (right tab) then scroll down and uncheck "Hide Extensions for Known File Types"
Add the new .m4r file to iTunes
Connect your device and set the new notification tone to sync.
All steps are the same until you get to where you have the audio file. For this, .mp3 is preferable.
transfer the audio file to the device. SuperBeam is great for this
download the free app Ringtone Maker
start the app and find your desired audio file
set the start and end points as you like them using the gray grabbers on the waveform. You can fine tune with the four +/- buttons at the bottom
tap the save icon at the top of the screen, then pick a name and a type of sound to save. The app will automatically ask you if you want to set it as default. If not, it will still save and you can pick it from the list when you set the ringtone in the settings app.
i used a ringtone maker app.
i have the best god damn alarm.
Ringtone Maker za android.
Ringtone Maker - convert mp3 music to ringtones
Found this app a few years back, and it works just great.
Try this for accurate cutting.
If you have an android, you can use this to make one :)
For simple audio - could use one of the Ringtone Editors.
I haven't used these, but they seem like they should do the job:
WavePad Audio Editor Free
MP3 Cutter and Ringtone Maker
I've had ring tone editors that can do this. I'll see which one it was.
This is the one I used.
Check out "Ringtone Maker"
I use this one
>What are you trying to edit? Wav file? Mp3?
MP3 files. Full songs
>What format are you using for output?
Whatever is the output from the apps that I was using...were I to guess, I'd say that I was outputting to MP3.
>What editing tools are you using
... I gave up after all of those.
Ringtone Maker - Mp3 Editor & Music Cutter worked.
Ringtone maker sould do the trick if you have a audio file for the alarm you want
if android, Dentex Youtube Downloader from here since its a no-no on Google Play store.
Share this link to the newly installed app.
Then use Ringtone Maker to edit the audio to fit the ~30 seconds of a ringtone.
easy as pie! ~~its not~~
This is the app.
I have been using this app for years no issues editing MP3s and setting them as the ringtone.
Something like a ringtone makes should work [link]
I've been using this app for about 4 or 5 years now.
It looks a bit old school, but it works really well!
Make it yourself?
OK, so on my Nexus 7 stock everything, it has to be an ogg file. This is a complication. You need a file manager to copy and paste. This is a complication.
Both of these would be solved by one program (or, honestly, dozens available in the Play Store).
On my HTC M8, it's literally as easy as
As long as the goddamn file you want to use for your ringtone is on the phone (and I can go on all day about getting all of my music into an Android phone versus an iPhone), IT'S MUCH EASIER TO ACCOMPLISH ON ANDROID PHONES. The access to customization is simpler, better, and more open.
I hate having this debate, because I think iPhones are brilliantly engineered and amazing at what 90% of users need and want to do. But when it comes to owning your phone top-to-bottom, Android offers fourteen ways to accomplish something you have to "work around" on Apple platform(s).
Edit: All of this has failed to mention the HUGE difference between the two: The Apple version requires an entirely separate platform running iTunes, which is a giant pain in the ass itself, to complete the process. How fucked up is that???