Audio Gizmo is a pretty good program that lets you edit, cut and slice song parts to make your song, you can even upload them to a link sms to your phone, or transfer them via the computer...
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and, well, I assume it's what I said.
Yeah, that was how I was doing it. I just dl Audacity. I'm still trying to learn how to use the interface and all of it's features.Originally Posted by pinoykillaz
how do you send the ringtone to your phone?
audacity or a program called mixcraft < i use that for my band. has many options, easy to use.
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i say, u just use Audacity. lol.
cut the part of the song you want... get like 30 seconds of it,
then take like 5-10 seconds of the beginning and use the "fade in" effect, then do the same to the ending, cept use "fade out". and you got ur self a professional sounding ringtone!
Last edited by bonelafide; 11-27-2007 at 04:06 PM.
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Give the lazy man a hard job to do, and he will find the easy way to do it!!!
i have Audacity, and i use it for my BB Pearl.. When I transfer it to my phone, it has the Title & Artist.. how do I erase the Artist?
~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~ive used bitpim on every other phone I've had other than my blackberry...the only difference would be loading it onto your phone through DM....if your looking for a program that actually allows you to modify the song other than the time you want to use...then audacity or acid pro would be the way to go...fruity loops is cool if you want to make your own ringtones...
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The new version of Roxio that comes with DM 4.3 has a ringtone maker built in.