Can’t find your favorite Krishna flute ringtone? Don’t want to pay for ringtones? Then you have come to the right place. I’ll show you how to make a Krishna flute ringtone from the right part of your favorite song in a few minutes. You’ve decided to make this lovely improvisation your ringtone, so keep reading.
Ready for the Krishna flute ringtone
Before you start, the songs you want to use must be in your computer’s library.
If not, you can import MP3 or AAC files to mobile. You can also use the Voice Memos app on your phone to record your original voice or voice and convert it to a ringtone. It doesn’t matter at all.
Make sure you have the latest version (184.108.40.206.26 at the time of writing), then double-click on the iTunes shortcut or find it in the Start menu and open iTunes.
Click the album containing the songs in your library, then click the Krishna flute ringtone you want to use and select Song Information.
Duration of selection
In the separate window that opens, click the “Options” tab and check the “Start” and “Shut down” boxes. Enter the time for the bell to start and stop.
To find the song, you must first listen to the track and note the time you want it to start. This is the maximum call time, so the stop time must be 30 seconds.
Click “OK” to close the window.
Create an AAC version
Now you have to click once to select Krishna flute ringtone again. Then go to the “File” menu and select “Convert” then “Generate AAC Version”.
This song does not appear as a repeat track in the album, but as a single track in the media library as a new album.
If you see “Create MP3 Version” or something else, the next step is to fix the program.
Note: Apple has moved the “Create AAC Version” option to library 12.4 and later. Previously, you could right-click on a song to convert it to AAC.
Selection of Krishna flute ringtone
Now that your new Krishna flute ringtone is on the phone, all you need to do is set it as your ringtone.
To do this, open the “Settings” app on your phone, click on “Sounds” (also called “Sounds and Haptics”) and then click on “Ringtones”.
Custom tones appear at the top of the list above the default ringtones. Create ringtones with just one click.
The fun doesn’t stop here as you can use custom ringtones for other functions such as SMS notifications.
Scroll down to see a list of Krishna flute ringtones. Your adjusted pitch will return to the top of this section.
However, it is not a good idea to use a 30-second number as a text message. And if you’re curious, there is no difference between iTunes “songs” and sound effects, so you don’t have to use some of the songs in your music library as special beeps. Then repeat the same process as your ringtone to create a sound effect, sync it with your iPhone, then select as shown in the image.