Tired of the iPhone default ringtones? The good news is that you can convert voice memos into ringtones on your iPhone without using a computer. This means that you can use your child’s voice or set your partner’s funny voice notes as ringtones. This is a quick guide on how to do that.
Before you start, make sure that:
- IPhone running iOS 11 or later.
- Recorded voice memo within 40 seconds.
- GarageBand app
Note: If you want to use songs, check out our guide on how to set songs as ringtones on your iPhone.
How to set voice memo as ringtone on iPhone
- Open Voice memo App.
- choose recording I want to use it as a ringtone.
You can also record a new one and use it as a ringtone.
- Tap 3 dots Tap Save to file → save..
- Then download and open the GarageBand app on your iPhone.
- Select your favorite instrument and tap business Upper left button.
- Hit now loop Click the button on the top right to select File..
- select Browse items from the file app, Tap the saved recording.
- Then drag and drop the recording as the second track on the timeline.
- Tap metronome Click the button on the right to disable the metronome.
- Now trim the recording if you have it Over 40 seconds..
- Tap Down arrow, Select I know my song.
- Touch and hold a recent GarageBand soundtrack to select it share..
- Then tap Ringtone Tap Export It is in the upper right corner of the screen.
- select Sound And Set as follows Standard ringtone..
Using the above steps, you can easily convert voice memos to iPhone ringtones without using a computer. In addition, you can assign it to a specific contact or set it as a text tone.
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