GarageBand has been around for a while for iPhone and iPad owners, allowing them to create music, play guitars, and create beats without the need for music instruments. One of the best things when it comes to GarageBand lies in the ability to create customized ringtones. This is a great feature for those who want to add a little bit of personality to their ringtones.
In this guide, we will go through the steps to create ringtones using GarageBand on your iPhone. Before we begin, make sure you already have the app installed on your device. If not, head to the App Store and download the app.
How to create a ringtone using GarageBand on your iPhone
How to create a song in GarageBand on your iPhone
To create a ringtone on your iPhone, you first need to compose a ringtone using GarageBand. If you need help, make sure you follow our steps below.
Step one: First off, launch GarageBand on your iPhone and then hit the “+” button located at the top left corner of the screen
Step two: Next up, select Create New Song from the drop-down menu. On the next screen, you will be presented with a variety of options to customize your ringtone. Select your option and then hit the triangular icon at the top left corner of the screen
Step three: Once you are done, select My Songs to save your work.
How to create a ringtone from a saved track in iCloud Drive using GarageBand
Step one: Launch GarageBand on your iPhone and then hit the “+” button at the top left corner. After that, select iCloud Drive from the pull-down menu to proceed
Step two: Select the song you wish to use to create a ringtone from the list. On the next screen, you can trim the song to find the section of the song you wish to use as a ringtone
Step three: Once you are done, hit My Songs to save your work.
How to set your saved track as a ringtone on your iPhone
Step one: Launch the app on your device and then locate your saved song
Step two: Hit Select and then tap on the box. After that, hit the Share button located at the top left corner of the screen
Step three: From the sharing sheet, hit the Ringtone button and then name your ringtone
Step four: Hit the Export button to complete the task.
Also read: iOS 11.1 new features and changes
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