When any kind of organ or tool produces a sound that is hearable and feels soothing to ears, it is known as the sound of sculpture. Different organs are famous worldwide that produce the sounds naturally.
These organs are made in a way that allows the entrance for the wind or water waves and reacts accordingly which results in the music of nature.
These days, people are getting excited about the idea and they wish to use these sounds as their ringtone. Since these sounds feel calming and they provide a relaxing effect, people want to hear something unique every time their phone rings.
Having said that, it is easy to get a sculpted sound or the sound of these organs through YouTube or other reliable sources. However, people may get confused about converting these sounds into ringtones. So, today we are having this tutorial discussing the idea, let’s get on to it-
Converting Sculpted Sound Into A Ringtone For Android
Well, there are various ways of doing so and it depends on the platform too you are choosing such as an android device or iOS. So, let’s talk it first for the Android users-
- Android users once have the sculpted sound. The MP3 format, they can set it as their ringtone by accessing the “Settings” of their phone.
- There you need to locate “Sound and notification” or similar option
- Once you tap the option, on the next screen you can see an option such as “Set Ringtone.”
- You may be prompted for making selection for the sim you want to set the ringtone for, so choose accordingly.
- There you will see the list of ringtones that come as default options. There is another option “Add from phone” as well in the bottom that you need to scroll down to find.
- Tap the option and you will be able to choose the ringtone from the recently downloaded tunes.
This is the easiest way you can set any downloaded song or tone as your ringtone.
However, the method has a drawback as the ringtone may not have the specific part that you want to listen to. In this case, you need to download a song cutter or ringtone cutter app on your phone.
Once installed, open the app and upload the file you want to trim. From there, you can choose the particular part of the ringtone or song you want to have and the file will be downloaded on your phone after the process.
The afterward process remains the same. From the “Add from phone” option, choose this trimmed ringtone and now you can have the exact part as your ringtone.
Tip: For Android, Zedge Ringtones and Ringtone Maker are two well-known sources for free ringtones of different categories.
Converting Sculpted Sound Into A Ringtone For iPhone
Getting a tune in your iPhone and setting it as the ringtone can be a bit tricky than android, but it is possible (fortunately).
- Once you know which sculpted ringtone you want, download it from the source in a Windows or Mac device.
- There open iTunes and connect your phone with the system using the cable.
- In iTunes go to File > Add File to Library and select the file you want to set as ringtone
- This way, you will have the file in iTunes. Now go to File > Convert > Create AAC Version. The AAC version is needed to open the file on an iPhone and use it further.
- This will create the file into AAC format. You can use iTunes to convert any song into a ringtone without any extra software. To do this, go to any song in iTunes and right-click, choose Song Info, and then Options > Start and Options > Stop timings.
- Use these parts to filter which part of the song you want to keep using the start and stop timing, later, convert the trimmed part into the AAC version. The parts you highlight get into the form of a new AAC file.
- Now, you need to change the AAC format further in.m4r where the “r” stands for the ringtone. This way, iTunes gets an idea that you want to have it as your ringtone. To do this, you just need to find the saved file and rename it as .m4r format.
Tip: Make sure the file you have is not more than 35 seconds else iPhone will not recognize the ringtone format.
- Use Windows explorer if you use a Windows device or use Show in Finder if you are on a Mac device. Now that you have the file, just drag and drop it into the iTunes library.
- In the iTunes interface, make sure your phone is connected and in the menu go to Devices and choose your phone’s name.
- In the new screen, go to the Ringtones tab and select “Sync ringtones.”
- Take off your phone from the computer and follow this path Settings >> Sounds >> Ringtone and there you can see the edited part on the top. Choose it in the “Custom” section and there you have it.
It may be a bit time-consuming but it is worth it when you don’t want to hear the default ones. One can have a specific ringtone for contact as well.
Access your contacts and from the list, choose the individual. Go to “Edit” and tap “Ringtone,” select from the list of tunes, save it, and you are done. Voila!