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Audio Editing

Some free audio editing tools, which can be used to create ringtones:

  • For MIDI files (aka polyphonic ringtones) some useful resources are:
    • musicrobot.com, mididb.com and mobile-midi.com websites, which provide an easy-to-use MIDI song search engine;
    • PsmPlay (Windows), a free program which can be downloaded (version 3.80e) from this website (the official homepage - in Japanese! - is here), and provides a simple graphic interface to edit MIDI files: you can for example cut a short chunck from a long song to use it as a ringtone.
  • For MP3 files:
    • CDex (Windows) is a free, Open Source program (licensed under GPL) to automatically convert audio CDs in different formats (including AAC and MP3);
    • Express Rip (Windows) is another program (with a FreeWare version available) which basically performs the same task;
    • MP3 Cutter Joiner (Windows) can be used to "cut" MP3 files, in order to obtain ringtones from whole songs;
    • mp3DirectCut (Windows), freely available from this website too, can be used for the same purpose.
  • Finally, for AMR files:
    • Nokia Multimedia Converter (Windows) allows to convert audio files from different formats (including MP3) into AMR.
Once edited, audio files can be sent directly to the cell phone as ringtones - different phone models offer different ways to send files (infrared, BlueTooth, cable, ...): the ultimate reference should be device manuals or documentation available from the manufacturer.