Create fast and easy ringtones with Audiko. Somewhat under the radar is Aukido. Upload your music tracks, cut it to a proper length, and even do a nice fade at the end so it isn’t abrupt. I’ve tried it on a few tracks I own and it worked great. You can then download the track as an MP3, or better yet, the iPhones native M4R format. Then you drag it into your iTunes ringtone folder and you are ready to go.
To create ringtones at Audiko, be sure to use your desktop browser because the site doesn’t work on mobile Safari due to it’s use of Flash, although the ringtones work just fine on the iPhone or iPod touch. To create a ringtone, you simply upload a track from your personal library, or enter the url of a song on the internet. Audiko will overlay your music on a timeline where you can easily select the section of the track that you’d like to use as your ringtone. You can download the mp3 file, m4r file (for your iphone), and even amr files for your old handsets. Below are a few ringtones I personally made using Audiko, enjoy.
Bob Dylan – Forever Young [via Download]
Chrishan – Nothing [via Download]
AC/DC – Back in Black [via Download]
Ringtones [via Audiko]