If you plan to create your MP3 ringtones from a CD, rip the song you want as a WAV (Windows) or an AIFF file (Mac). It’s a good idea to specify a new ripping location, too, so the ripped song wont be mixed up with the rest of your collection. But if you’re creating your ringtones from an MP3 song, you may want to copy that MP3 song into a new folder so that when we edit the MP3 the audio-editing software won’t messed up your original MP3 song.
The latest trend for a cellular phone ringtone is to make and mix your own ringtone mp3. Sounds cool doesn’t it! There are a few websites that let you make your ringtone and upload it to your phone. You can make ringtones from the music you own no matter if its mp3 or still on your music cd. It’s cheaper than buying a music tone individually, plus you can pick the part of the song and make the ringtone sound exactly how you want it. You don’t have to worry about determining what format your cell phone takes, as these websites have software that will automatically determine it for you.
To further break away from the monotony, the phone offers another feature that brings ringtones to another level. This is video ringtones. This will spice up what we have been accustomed to in the past. Not only will this be something new; this will spice up your mobile experience even more.
I know that the mp3 player is a big attraction for many people looking to upgrade their phone, so I wanted to say a little more about it. While the audio quality is good, this phone probably isn’t going to replace your stand-alone mp3 player or iPod. The playlists are hard to use and I couldn’t get my songs to play in the order I wanted – they played alphabetically according to the song title. Even songs on the same album played alphabetically rather than album order. Also, the player doesn’t remember where you left off when you close it out. So there are some significant drawbacks to the music player feature.
There are also some cell phone software packages out there that allow you to add ringtones without going through your service provider. The list of phones that they work on are at this point, limited however. You must check the list of compatible phones in order to be sure it will work on your phone. With the packages you can make a ringtone out of any sound you already have. Take an exisitng MP3 and convert it to a unique ringtone if you wish. They are fun to play around with and create interesting things.
What I do is check out review articles on the net to see which mobile content provider would provide me the best download I want. If there are tones that I need, I go to this site. If there was a ringtone mp3 wallpaper I want to get I go to another site. I do this because people have told me so, and I have tested them myself. There are hundreds of reviews on sites. Reviews can be both good and bad. That’s the good part about it. You will get an honest feedback regarding a website’s services. With that, you will know where to go.
Adding custom ringtones to your iPhones 3G helps to create a stamp of the individual style and taste of the user. Earlier the user only had the option of purchasing or downloading ringtones but now with the advancement of technology the user has the freedom to create custom tones from the iTunes music library for free. This can be done from a Mac desktop or from the laptop computer. The user can edit a song in iTunes and further convert it to the file type that is adaptable for him for a right synchronization with his iPhone 3G.
Now you can rock out with your male chicken out to your favourite thrash metal band’s latest single when your Aunt Jemima calls from home to tell you that you forgot the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches she packed for you!