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Are you bored with your regular iPhone ringtone? Setting ringtones as a song is easy with an Android phone. However, nobody gives much attention or thought of replacing an iPhone ringtone with a song.

How about setting ringtones of your incoming calls and messages as your favorite tracks? Fortunately, Apple’s GarageBand lets you experiment with the same. GarageBand is an application that enables you to choose and set any song as your iPhone’s ringtone without needing iTunes.

Everyone’s aware that you need iTunes and a PC to replace your old ringtone with a song; GarageBand is an exceptional alternative to pick a song without arranging your PC. Interestingly, you can crop the track and set your best-loved lyrics or simply pick a song and your iPhone will automatically pick 40 seconds of the track.

Use the GarageBand App to Replace Your iPhone’s Ringtone


Do you want to customize a song into a ringtone? Well, you’re at the right place as below is a guide on setting a song as your iPhone’s ringtone using the GarageBand app.

How to Set any Song as a Ringtone on Your iPhone?

Before starting the process, you’ll need to download the GarageBand app on your iPhone if it’s not pre-installed. Also, make sure that your iPhone is running on iOS 11 or later.

The steps to set any song as a ringtone on your iPhone using the GarageBand app are:

  1. Launch the ‘GarageBand’ app on your iPhone.
  2. Select an instrument from the menu. You can pick any instrument as it doesn’t affect the procedure of setting any song as a ringtone.
  3. Click on the ‘Project’ icon at the top of the screen in the next window.
  4. Select the ‘Loop’ icon on the top-right corner to open a new audio recording window.
  5. Select the ‘Music’ tab at the top of the screen.
  6. Locate the song you want to set as a ringtone from the menu under the Music section.
  7. Press and hold on the song to open it in a Project window in the application.
  8. Release the file and place it on the second track. The first track is by default used by the instrument you picked in the beginning.
  9. Trim the audio file by dragging at its ends. Tap on the ‘Play’ icon at the top to make sure that you’ve selected the right portion.
  10. It is essential to note that the clip must lie under 40 seconds. Once you’ve adjusted the clip according to your preference, click on the drop-down arrow at the top-left corner of the screen.
  11. A drop-down option will appear. Select the ‘My Songs’ option.
  12. The project will appear under the recent section as ‘My Songs’ folder.
  13. Press and hold on the folder to bring up a new menu.
  14. A pop-up menu will open. Select the ‘Share’ option.
  15. Locate and tap on the ringtone to export the project.
  16. Assign a name to your ringtone and hit the ‘Export’ button at the top-right corner.
  17. A pop-up menu will open once the exporting is completed. Select the ‘Use Sound as…’ option.
  18. Select any of the three options from the additional menu. The options are Standard Ringtone, Standard Text Tone, and Assign to Contact.
  19. Once you’ve selected your preference, hit the ‘Done’ button.

That’s it! If you were willing to set any song as your iPhone’s ringtone and weren’t aware of this amazing application, now you know how to do it.

Additionally, the GarageBand application can be used on an iPad to set ringtones for iMessage and FaceTime. With the help of the app, you can assign unique ringtones to your friends and family, that’ll make it easier to identify the person calling without even pulling out the phone from your pocket.

Interestingly, you can also use audio recordings as your custom ringtones using the Voice Memo application. In case you don’t like putting songs as your ringtone, you can personalize a ringtone by using the GarageBand app’s musical instruments. What are you waiting for? Try the GarageBand app and simplify the process of setting your favorite tracks as a ringtone.

SOURCE:- How to Use the GarageBand App to Replace Your iPhone’s Ringtone With a Song

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