Hey sorry if this has been answered but is there a way to make ringtones on the Curve itself or with the software cd? I don't want to have to use the recorder to make ringtones. So is there a way to make this possible?
Do you or anyone else have any good mobile sites that work well on the curve? I use to use funformobile.com but for some reason when I searh a song/artist nothing comes up.
I use cool edit pro . I edit the part i want to use and save as mp3 .. then load the mp3 into my micro sd . simple *
That sounds like the type of program I'd use. Do you have have a link or URL for that pro?
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I use Audacity. Powerful. Free. Simple. I make all of my ringtones. This program is great. Everyone SHOULD know about it. http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
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The administor of funformobile blocked out copyrighted titles from the search engine because of legal stuff. The songs you're looking for are likely there but you have to go through each users blog to fine what your looking for. Funformobile has the most extensive ringtones and screensaver library then any other sites.
I also use rumkin to upload my own ringtones that I make.
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Thanks guys. I used audacity a while ago but more for voice recording purposes. I think ill give that a go. Thanks again
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There is also a website called Phonezoo or myxertones ...although myxertones recently banned verizon customers to geting their songs... gah!
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You can use iTunes! Another member posted this, can't remember his name but he is the one to credit for the How-to.
This process is one that iPhone owners use to make free ringtones for our iPhones, but with one less step, you can also create ringtones for your BB.
While I know there are other audio editing and cutting software out there, this tutorial is for the people already using iTunes.
Make sure you have the newest iTunes! (currently 188.8.131.52)
1. Choosing: Find a song in your iTunes library and find a 30 second or less timeframe that you would like to be your ringtone.
2. Editing: Right click that song, and click Get Info.
3. Editing some more: Click the Options tab and enter the Start and Stop times for your ringtone. Make sure the boxes next to them are checked. Click OK.
4. Converting: Right click the song again and click Convert Selection to AAC. iTunes will make a brand new file with the same name, that should only be the length of the selection you made in step 3.
5. Saving: Right click the new file and click Show in Windows Explorer. Copy this file into your BB ringtones folder.
6. Restoring: Go back to the original song and uncheck the Start and Stop options, so your full song plays again. You can delete the ringtone off of your iTunes library if needed, just save the file itself.
This is a pretty simple process, it might be a bit confusing at first but soon you'll be making ringtones in under a minute. It requires no additional software if you're already using iTunes.