Saturday, December 26, 2009

Make A Customized Ringtone for Your New Phone

Ringtones are just fun. Nothing can change your mood instantly like music, so you can’t go wrong having something you really like play on your cell phone every time it rings, or goes to voicemail, or signals you have a text.

Make A Customized Ringtone for Your New PhoneOur WavePad Ringtone Maker opens up the world of options. If you can think of the song, you can get it on your cell phone. How easy it is to load onto your phone once it’s an .mp3 or .amr file depends on your phone, but getting the song and turning it into that file is so easy with WavePad.

So easy you may want a different ringtone for every person stored in your cell phone’s phone book. I know someone who has AC/DC’s “Dirty Deeds” loaded for their boss’ number, and The Beatles’ “Love Me Do” for his wife.

All you do is import any audio file or rip an audio track directly from a CD into WavePad. You can then cut, copy, mix or even add effects to the audio track to create your own personal sounding ringtone. When done, save the track as either .mp3 or .amr and it is ready to be loaded onto your phone via cable transfer, Bluetooth or infrared.


And you can go places never thought of before with ringtones. It not only supports wav (multiple codecs), mp3, vox, gsm, real audio, au, aif, flac, and ogg, but the sound editing functions include cut, copy, paste, delete, insert, silence, and auto trim.

Give it a try. We’d love to hear what sort of music you choose and how you mix it up to make your phone a walking jukebox.

Keep in mind that WavePad is also a fully featured professional sound editor for Windows and Mac OS X. It lets you make and edit music, voice and other audio recordings. When editing audio files you can, cut, copy and paste parts of recordings and, if required, add effects like echo, amplification and noise reduction.


  1. I have enjoyed this material, good work keep it up

  2. Thanks Jennifer , good work.

    Fr Ed Bakker OPR


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