Originally Posted by Footloose301
Yes, but isn't that a lot of work? I'm pretty new to Apple products. I can manipulate a PC pretty well but when it comes to Apple I'm in the fog.
I followed this post, found on another forum:
1) Downloaded ringtone WAV file.
2) Set iTunes importing preferences to 128kbps AAC.
3) Double-clicked WAV file which imported it into iTunes.
4) Right-clicked on listing in iTunes and selected "Convert to AAC"
5) Deleted old WAV file - sent actual file to Trash
6) Drag - Dropped AAC (.m4a) file into my own Ringtone folder.
7) Renamed file from .m4a to .m4r
8) Created ~/Music/iTunes/iTunes Music/Ringtones folder
9) Copied .m4r file
10) Pasted into Ringtones folder
11) Double-clicked .m4r file to import into iTunes
12) Renamed .m4r file .m4a
13) Synced iPhone