Want to turn your voice recording as a ringtone on iPhone? This guide will tell you how to record a voice and set it as a custom ringtone step by step.
Apple offers kinds of melodious ringtones for you to choose, however, it’s kind of boring because lots of users get the same ringtone. So now people tend to create a custom one, you would set a song you like as a ringtone. Or maybe others would record the singing from your kids, or any other favorite voice by self. Then how to record a voice and set voice recording as your iPhone ringtone? Just keep reading and find a way to make your ringtone more funny and enjoyable.
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Voice Memos, the stock audio recording app can help you record your own ringtone, and here are the steps.
Step 1. Open Voice Memos app on your iPhone, and then tap the Record button to start recording.
Step 2. Tap Stop button to pause the recording, and you can tap the Record button again to continue.
Step 3. Tap Play button to preview the recording, and then tap Done button to finish the recording and name it.
Now you finished the recording, and how to set it as ringtone on your iPhone? Because you need to convert voice memo recordings from “m4a” into “m4r”, then AnyTrans for iOS is here to help. It’s one professional iPhone data management tool, which is specialized in ringtone management and transfer. It helps you create custom iPhone ringtones and convert voice memos as ringtones on iPhone without effort. All you need to do is to choose the recording, AnyTrans for iOS will help you in minutes. Besides, you can manage your voice memos and ringtones on it with ease.
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Step 1. Launch AnyTrans for iOS > Connect your iPhone to computer via USB cable > Go to category management page > Choose “Ringtone Maker” and tap “Import from Device”.
Step 2. Choose the voice recording you want to make a ringtone from Voice Memos (Here the music from your iPhone will be listed too).
Step 3. Choose Ringtone (Also, you can choose Text Tone to make custom text tone directly here) > Then drag the slider to choose your favorite period > Click on Import to Device > Before that, you can Play it and make sure that you like.
Step 4. When transfer completed, go to Settings > Sounds/Sounds & Haptics > Ringtone to find and set the recording as your iPhone ringtone.
That’s all about how to record and set your own ringtone on iPhone 11/X/8/7/6. You need to first record a voice via Voice Memos and then set it as ringtone with the help of AnyTrans for iOS. In addition, AnyTrans can also help you transfer your favorite song to iPhone as ringtone easily. So why not give it a try?
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