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Creating a custom ringtone in GarageBand on your iPhone and iPad is a long process. But users have fascination for tuneful songs as a ringtones on their iOS devices, and therefore, they are willing to go miles. If you have fed up with those built-in ringtones, you can go ahead and make ringtones on iPhone and iPad using GarageBand App.

GarageBand is a damn big app in terms of size, hence, you should use it once you remove unnecessary data from your iPhone or iPad. This entire tutorial is divided in to three parts: first, you need to compose a ringtone on GarageBand; next, you have to create a custom ringtone from the song stored in iCloud Drive; and last, you need to export the ringtone and use it on your iPhone or iPad.

How to Make Ringtones on iPhone and iPad Using GarageBand

How to Create Custom iPhone Ringtone in GarageBand 

If you have not installed GarageBand, download the app now.

Step #1: Open the GarageBand on your iPhone or iPad.

Step #2: Next, tap on “+” from the upper left corner.

Tap on + icon

Step #3: This gives you a list of options of LIVE LOOPS & TRACKS; you can use the options like Hip Hop, Rock, Electro Funk, Beat Masher and more. Tap on New to create new ringtone and record 30.

Choose New to compose ringtone on iPhone

Step #4: When you have finished composing a tone, you need to tap on inverted triangle icon from the top left corner of phone screen.

Tap on inverted triangle icon from the top left corner of iPhone screen

Step #5: To save your newly composed tune, tap on My Songs.

Tap on My Songs

Once you save it you can export it to your iPhone ringtone easily.

How to Set Any Song as Custom Ringtone on iPhone

Step #1: Open GarageBand App.

Step #2: Tap on + icon.

Tap on + icon

Step #3: Next, tap on Tracks.

Tap on Tracks

Step #4: Go to Audio Recorder page and tap on Voice option.

Tap on Voice on Audio Recorder Page

Step #5: Tap on Record icon from top right corner.

Tap on Record option from right croner

Step #6: Now, tap on OK and Point your iPhone towards the sound the you want to record and then tap on Record button to start recording 30 minutes song.

Tap on OK and Point your iPhone to towards sound and tap on Record button to start recording

Step #7: Once you are done with recording, tap on stop button.

Tap on Recording button once again to stop recording

Step #8: Tap on triangular button and then tap on My Songs to save it.

Tap on Triangular button

Tap on My Songs to Save it

Tap on Ok to confrim saving option

That’s it.

How to Export Ringtone from GarageBand App to iPhone Ringtone Settings.

Step #1: Launch GarageBand App on your iOS device.

Step #2: Choose the tone you have just created and Long press on it.

Choose any song you want to set as a ringtone in GarageBand App

Step #3: Tap on Share from the options appeared on screen.

Tap on Share

Step #4: Finally, tap on Ringtone.

Tap on Ringtone

Give a suitable name of your custom tone and tap on export.

Give a Proper Ringtone Name and Tap on Export

Step #5: Once you receive message of Ringtone Export Successful, tap on Use Sound as and choose any one option from Standard Ringtone, Standard Text tone and Assign to Contact.

Select any one any option from Standard Ringtone, Standard Text tone and Assign to Contact

It is done!

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GarageBand is one app that needs to be explored at leisure. The complex interface of the app doesn’t get understood quickly. Keep creating ringtones in GarageBand on your iPhone or iPad, and share your feedback with us on FacebookTwitter and Google Plus.


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