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It's great to create a ringtone using GarageBand on iOS devices. If you are bored with the available ringtones or wish to have some personalized tones, you should go for a custom one.

The best thing about GarageBand is that it's pretty easy-to-use. So, even if you aren't quite tech-savvy, you can get the better out of it.

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How to Create Ringtone using GarageBand on iPhone and iPad

How to Create Ringtone Using GarageBand on iPhone and iPad

How to Compose Ringtone Using GarageBand on iPhone and iPad

First things first, you are going to need GarageBand on your iOS device. So, make sure you have it already installed on your device.

Step #1. Launch GarageBand on your device.

Step #2. Now, tap on the “+” button at the top left corner.

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Tap on Plus in Garageband on iPhone

Step #3. Tap on Create New Song.

Tap on Create New Song in GarageBand on iPhone

Step #4. It's time to unleash your creativity and create a fantastic ringtone using a number of available options.

Create Ringtone in GarageBand on iPhone

For instance, get the best out of onscreen Piano keyboard to record a 30-second melody to have a nice musical ringtone.

Step #5. Once you are done, tap on the triangular icon at the top left corner of the screen.

Tap on Down Arrow n GarageBand on iPhone

Step #6. Now, you have to select My Songs to save your creativity.

Tap on My Songs in GarageBand on iPhone

That's done! You have successfully carved out a fascinating ringtone.

You can also use the track saved in your iCloud Drive. Using several impressive editing tools, you can elegantly trim the song.

How to Create Ringtone from the Song Saved in iCloud Drive using GarageBand on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Open GarageBand on your device.

Step #2. Tap on the “+” button at the top left corner and select iCloud Drive.

Tap on Plus in Garageband on iPhoneTap on iCloud Drive in GarageBand on iPhone

Step #3. Next, select the song you want to use.

Select Song from iCloud Drive in GarageBand on iPhone

Then, use all the available options to fine-tune the song. For instance, trim the song by dragging it inwards from both ends. Besides, drag the soundtrack all the way to the left.

Customize Ringtone in GarageBand on iPhone

Step #4. Once you are happy with your creativity, tap on the tap on the triangular icon at the top left corner of the screen and select My Songs to save it.

Save Ringtone in GarageBand on iPhone

Once you have saved the song, exporting it to your collection is a breeze.

How to Export and Use Ringtone on iPhone

Step #1. Launch GarageBand and then head over to your created song.

Step #2. Now, tap on Select at the top right bar. Then, your item(s) will begin to wiggle.

 

Tap on Select Song in GarageBand on iPhone

Step #3. Next, tap on the box to mark it blue.

Tap on Song Again and Mark it Blue in GarageBand

Step #4. Top on the share icon at the top left corner.

Tap on Share Icon in GarageBand on iPhone

Step #5. In the share sheet, tap a bell-shaped Ringtone icon in the bottom row of icons.

Tap on Ringtone in Share Sheet on iPhone in GarageBand

Step #6. Now, you can Name your ringtone as you like and tap on Export.

Export Ringtone from GarageBand

Once the export process is completed, you can use it as new ringtone or message alert just like any other available option.

To do so, open Settings app → Sounds & Haptics → Select Ringtone and set it as usual.

That's all!

Your turn:

Have you created any custom ringtone? Let us know your experience and also tell us about GarageBand.

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