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Sony releases 1,000 Ringtones for iPhone


Sony Creative Software has released 1,000 Ringtones, a new DVD containing a collection of ringtones grouped into music, sound effects, and spoken word categories. Developed with iPhone users in mind, all 1,000 ringtones included on the DVD are in .m4r and .mp3 formats, and are ready for use without any additional fees, downloads, or editing. Users can simply browse the ‘tones directly from the DVD and drag any selected tones into iTunes for synchronization. 1,000 Ringtones is available now as either a DVD shipment or direct .zip archive download and sells for $20.

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Now all we need is for Apple to allow us to change all the tones used on the iPhone and not just a select amount. Sitting in the same room as other iPhone owners is not fun…..whose phone beeped?

Posted by ChrisB on November 4, 2009 at 1:18 PM (CST)


Unless Apple has recently locked it out, it is possible to convert unprotected audio to an AAC file and rename the extension to M4R and load it into iTunes.

Posted by Paul on November 4, 2009 at 9:42 PM (CST)


Mac users can use Garageband to make ringtones too. Drag an audio clip in, edit and export to iTunes.

Posted by Charlie on November 5, 2009 at 8:09 AM (CST)

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