Ringtones are one of the easiest way of personalising your iPhone, and if you don't own an Apple Watch is realeased they are also the best way of telling you who is calling, without taking your phone out of your pocket.
Now highlight the song, go up to File at the top of the screen and select Create New Version > Create AAC version.
Return to iTunes and delete the short version of the track, remembering to check the length carefully before you do so. Connect your iPhone to iTunes and click on the little phone icon just to the right of the three dots.
All that remains to be done now is to go to Settings on your iPhone, then Sounds, and you'll find the new ringtone at the top of the list.
First things first, you need to connect your iPhone to iTunes on a PC or Mac, either via the Lightning cable or Wi-Fi.
Next up, we need to get hold of Zedge, one of our favorite wallpaper and ringtone aggregators available for iOS, Android, and Windows. Now, scroll down to the File Sharing tab inside the Apps menu, which displays the apps that are allowed you to transfer documents between your iPhone and the computer you're using.
Next, navigate to the iTunes menu (hint: in the upper left corner), then hit "Add File to Library". Now, sync the new tone to your iPhone by hitting the "Apply" button on the bottom of iTunes.
Back to your iPhone, head to Settings, then hit Sounds, then tap on Ringtone under the Sounds and Vibrations Patterns menu, and then look for your new ringtone. Don't worry, when apple makes setting a custom ringtone easier 10 years later, iPhans will describe it as an absolute necessity. Using iTunes 12 on your Mac, edit your track to the right length and set it as a custom ringtone on your iPhone.

Simply allocate specific songs to certain people and you'll instantly know when they ring due to the dulcet tones of Metallica or Taylor Swift. You might think it would be a simple case of finding your contact, tapping on their details, then allocating a song - and eventually it is - but before then there's a bit of work to be done.
A ringtone can only be thirty seconds long, so use these settings to isolate the part of the song you want then click OK. When prompted choose Keep File, as we want to remove the track from our music library but not our computer entirely. Rather disconcertingly it will disappear from the box, but start playing in the background. This will bring up the iTunes panel for your phone, from which you want to select Tones in the left hand column. On your iPhone go to the Contacts app, select your person, then tap the Edit option in the top right corner. Well, it is, but you need to be a seasoned iOS warrior in order to employ a custom ringtone on your iPhone. After you're done, open the app, navigate to the hamburger menu on the left, and go into the ringtone repository.
Choose one that floats your boat; in our case, we went for the classic by now Jack Sparrow theme from Pirates of the Caribbean, composed by Hans Zimmer. In the window that will pop up, you need to select the very same file we downloaded in the previous step.
You should enable "Sync Tones" in the window that appears next, then choose "Selected tones" and not "All tones". Wait for the operation to complete, it shouldn't take more than a couple of seconds, but then again, it depends on the size of the file.

Choose a song that's on your hard drive then right click on it, choose Get Info, then click the Options tab. The duplicate should have a 1 at the end of the name to differentiate it, and of course the file size will be smaller. This brings up the option for Ringtone, which will most likely be set to Default at the moment.
After all, if your boss accidentally rings you while they're sitting in the same room, only to hear 'Frankly Mr Shankly' by The Smiths, it might cause a dip in your career prospects.
Remember to go back to the original track now and untick the Start and Stop options, otherwise the track will only play that short section.
Return to iTunes, go to the row of icons in the top left corner and click on the three dots.
Tap on this and the full menu will appear, allowing you to select whichever one you deem appropriate. Now, select your device by hitting the corresponding button in the top left corner, then choose Apps. We've already shown you how to do so the regular way or by using a nifty workaround using Apple's own GarageBand app, but today, we are going to show you another approach which is still a bit cumbersome, but does not involve file-renaming in any way.

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