Alternate ways to Create Ringtones for Motorola RAZR V3c

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This article is all about alternate ways to create your own ringtones for your Motorola RAZR cell phone, and most of these should work on the revisions as well like the V3, V3C, KRZR, ROKR, etc. By creating your own ringtones instead of buying them you’re going to save a lot of money. But more importantly, you’re going to be able to customize your ringers to sound exactly like want, and be as long (or short) as you want. It’s a lot easier than you think.

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How to Make a RAZR ringtone with iTunes

Believe it or not, you can create yourself a ringtone right in iTunes – how great is that? Over at Water Only Dries they tell us how to get this done. You just go into the options tab of a song, and pick the start and end point for your ringtone (in seconds). Then you can change the bitrate to save space. Covert the song to mp3, and woohoo – ringtone!! In their article make a razr ringtone, they have pictures you can follow if you need more help, and the 100+ comments can help you clear up any additional issues you may have, like sending the ringtone to your RAZR. The guy in this article sent his to his RAZR V3c using a bluetooth dongle he had for his Mac (but this will work on PC as well). If you use iTunes a lot – this option might be for you!

How to use a Voice Recording as ringtone on Your Motorola RAZR V3c?

This is probably one of the most custom ways to create your own ringtone – by actually recording it yourself! Just go into voice recorder and record something cool. Making voice memos is easy. If you have problems, read this article on how to create voice memos for your Motorola V3c RAZR. At AskDaveTaylor.com, his idea was to record his baby saying ‘Hello’…very cool! So then, once you save that voice memo recording to your V3c cell phone, just go into the “Tunes and Tones” area of your phone. Then find your recording (check the bottom of the list), and the choose “Options->Set As Ringtone” – and you’re done! Thanks goes to Dave Taylor and his article on How to use voice records as free ringtones.

Create a Ringtone from any MP3

Probably the most popular way to make a ringtone is to create one from an mp3. That’s where this article from Lifehacker on making a ringtone from any MP3 comes into play. That article shows you how to take any mp3 song that you have and open it in “Audacity” (a free open source sound file editor), and trim it down to a clip size ringtone mp3. What it doesn’t tell you is how to get the mp3 into your phone, but you can still do it with bluetooth (like in the previous example) for your RAZR.

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