How To Make Cheap iPhone Ringtones

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killua

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M_Matthews

I knew of a few of the tricks you mentioned, but I definitely never considered or thought it possible to take previews from the iTunes library and just change the file type. Thanks for sharing the tips of the trades. I might try a few of them in the future, but if anyone else wants to buy mp3 ringtones, this site has treated me well.

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Mrkil1o1

I tried several of the solutions mentioned in the article above and not one of them would transfer a downloaded song in the m4p format. Have I read your article wrong? If not what should I do now? I've also tried, unsuccessfully, a conversion in Logic, Garageband and Audacity.

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mavris

nice article. I believe that BlackBox from Miksoft is the easiest way to create ringtones. Just drag n drop the audio file and the ringtone is ready for sync in iTunes. Also it's convert all your media(video,audio) to iPhone format.
It's free and you can find it on: http://www.miksoft.net/blackbox.htm

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tinker84

i loved the article, but my quicktime plug-in for safari doesn't look like the authors and doesn't offer the save as option. anyone have any ideas?

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