Another way to get ringtones....

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iPhoneGuy

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Jul 10, 2007
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Not sure if anyone has posted this method yet but, it works like champ for me...


Software Needed:
iTunes
Audio Hijack
iToner (or what ever you use for installing ringtones)

Once you have found a song you like at the iTunes store and the 30 second clip Apple provides is good you can do the following:

1) Launch AudioHijack and tell it to hiJack iTunes.
2) Start the hiJack
3) Play the sample in iTunes.
4) When the sample is completed, stop the hiJack.
5) Locate the hijacked file (I use aiff, but you can use mp3) in the AudioHiJack folder.
6) Double click or drag to iTunes.
7) Select track and have iTunes convert to ACC.
8) move the acc file out of iTunes and put into iToner.
9) Sync.
 

Tinman

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Jul 16, 2007
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#2
Not sure if anyone has posted this method yet but, it works like champ for me...


Software Needed:
iTunes
Audio Hijack
iToner (or what ever you use for installing ringtones)

Once you have found a song you like at the iTunes store and the 30 second clip Apple provides is good you can do the following:

1) Launch AudioHijack and tell it to hiJack iTunes.
2) Start the hiJack
3) Play the sample in iTunes.
4) When the sample is completed, stop the hiJack.
5) Locate the hijacked file (I use aiff, but you can use mp3) in the AudioHiJack folder.
6) Double click or drag to iTunes.
7) Select track and have iTunes convert to ACC.
8) move the acc file out of iTunes and put into iToner.
9) Sync.
And PC users can use Total Recorder instead of AudioHiJack.

I used to use Total Recorder Pro as a (pretty much) legal way to obtain music. It was able to read the track info from music subscription services (where you pay a flat fee per month for as much music as you want to listen to) and automatically create tracks as the song changed. Set up a mega playlist and let it do its thing. Not much different than recording from radio.



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Mike