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Brief Guide to Creating Your Own Ringtones
By: Barzan "Tony" Antal
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    Table of Contents:
  • Brief Guide to Creating Your Own Ringtones
  • Required Software
  • Doing the Job
  • Wrapping Things Up

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    Brief Guide to Creating Your Own Ringtones - Wrapping Things Up

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    Now you have unlimited possibilities. There are lots of effects, filters, and other DSP fancy tools, utilities, and function; you can certainly play around with them. The beauty of Wavosaur is that it also supports chain effects and VST Plug-ins. Basically, if you know what VST plug-ins are, then you will be delighted to hear that you can use your favorite plug-ins inside this audio processing and editing tool.

    Furthermore, after you are thoroughly satisfied with the resulting audio compilation, itís time to save it. File -> Save asÖ and specify the path. Unfortunately, itís going to be .wav instead of .mp3, .mp4, .m4a, .aac, or whatnot. But thatís acceptable. Ringtones shouldnít be so long that they occupy lots of space anyway.

    You can convert later if thatís what you need. If you want to read an in-depth guide and article covering the topic of audio transcoding and getting the most out of your audio/video gadgets, you should read my two-part series on Dev Hardware. Hereís the first part: Getting the Most out of Your Audio Gadget Storage.

    And that covers the topic in a nutshell. Your unique, brand new ringtone should be ready to be copied (or uploaded) onto your mobile cellular phone. I personally suggest that you may want create a few ringtones if you want to personalize in accordance with callers. That way, if Joe calls you will hear ringtone X, but if Susan calls you'll hear ringtone Y.

    As a final note, donít hesitate to join our community at Dev Hardware Forums. We are a friendly community of tech professionals, experts, and enthusiasts specializing in everything related to IT, software, hardware, and consumer electronics.

    Take care!

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