Ringtones are amazing aren’t they? There’s no way that you could be the coolest kid at the back of the bus without your own custom-made ringtone? Could You?
Using GarageBand ’11, it is not super difficult to show up with one, and you’d better believe I am gonna Garageband for PC show you how.
It is possible to use the music that you create music, with Magic GarageBand which you’ve recorded yourself, or you can import any track that is MP3 to GarageBand to make your ringtone.
Here’s how it works
Once you have got your heart set on which music you it is that you need for your superb amazing custom ringtone, click the Cycle button at the bottom of the Garageband window region (it looks like a little ellipse made of arrows). Then, click the small icon. It shows a metronome icon in there, a clock, a tuner, or a musical note. Set to the Time, (the small clock icon). This makes the display show minutes and seconds, rather than bars, beats and measures.
Click in the region just above the music which you’ve picked.
Shift the cycle (looped) region to cover the region of the song you have selected as your ringtone.
You can alter the amount of your path by pulling either end of the loop region right or left. Catch it at the center to move it about.
Head to the very start of your musical masterpiece in case you are having trouble finding the bright yellow cycle / iteration section: it defaults to the first measure.
Change the area that is cycled to some maximum of 30 seconds for any other iOS alert, or 40 seconds for ringtones sounds you fancy, like for Text Tones, New Mail, and such as. I propose Barbaraanne, but that is only me I think. Go with whatever tickles your fancy!
Move on up to the Share menu in the toolbar and select “Send to iTunes”.
Now just do it and Sync your new ringtone to your iPhone in the common way.