How To Make Own Ringtones
Learning how to make own ringtones is not too difficult at all. Your phone carriers would prefer you bought the ringtones from them. So do the third party ringtone manufacturers. The truth is, however, with the right phone, you can create your own ringtones. These smart phones and next generation devices can help you create your own ringtones in a snap. All you need are a few necessities and you'll be creating your own ringtones in no time. And here's how to do it. It's time to create your own ringtones.
What you need:
- smartphone or next generation phone
- laptop or P.C.
- USB cable for the smartphone or next generation phone
- MP3 files
- Check out your phone. The first step to creating your own ringtones is to learn exactly what your particular phone can do. Does it have a voice recorder? Does it have a music player? If it has one or both of these tools then you're in business. Now, it's just a matter of playing around with your phone until you get it right.
- Adding music to create ringtones. You don't need to download ringtones from your respective phone carriers. If your phone has the ability to play MP3's, then chances are, you can use those very songs as ringtones as well. After dragging and dropping songs into your phone via the USB cable connection with your computer, select the song you want. Go to the options pertaining to that song. The smartphones will have an option that allows you to add the song as a ringer option. And there you go. You've just created your own ringtone from music you already possess. No extra cost, no time wasted thumbing through less than satisfactory ringtones.
- The voice recorder. Here's a cool trick. You can actually use the voice recorder option, if you have one, to make custom ringtones as well. Just be creative. Create a phrase, add some music, do whatever you want. Then, select the options. You should be allowed to add your original recording to the list of ringers.
- Warning. Make sure you double check the amount of space you have to store all those ringtones. File space can fill up rather quick once you start getting your ringtone DJ creative side going. Knock yourself out.