question about ringtones

apple718

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hello i made customs ring tones and uploaded them through iTunes..but for some reason they sound like crap on my iPhone...does anyone know if there's anything that could be done?
 

Conv5

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Well for one you mis-spelled "Question" but that is ok.

The same thing happened to my iPhone but i went back and re-downloaded the songs off iTunes and after that they worked fine, but your's might have something else wrong with it.

Recently my bestfriend's iPhone did that and he couldn't figure out what it was so he just let it go and after a few days they sounded great.

It could possibly be you'r speakers so you might want to get it checked if they keep sounding bad.
 

apple718

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you just spelled it the same way...

and it doesn't make sense because i have songs on the iPhone and they sound great.
 

Adam1389

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Well for one you mis-spelled "Question" but that is ok.

The same thing happened to my iPhone but i went back and re-downloaded the songs off iTunes and after that they worked fine, but your's might have something else wrong with it.

Recently my bestfriend's iPhone did that and he couldn't figure out what it was so he just let it go and after a few days they sounded great.

It could possibly be you'r speakers so you might want to get it checked if they keep sounding bad.
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Are you using iTunes to make your ringtones or a different program?
 

apple718

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no not iTunes...someone told me to go to mobilespin.net
 

Adam1389

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Ah, ok. Not sure how that one works. When it makes the ringtone, it might be increasing the volume before it saves it, so when you put it on your phone, its causing the speakers to clip. I'll check out the website and see for you.

Can't get on with out registering. Looks like a pain to do it through them. I've been using iPhoneringtonemaker. They have a free trial. and its like $7.00 after that. Really simple to use, and imports straight to iTunes. My ringtones have come out perfect there is no options to change sound settings on the songs, its just load the song, pick your 30 second clip, and done
 

apple718

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Ah, ok. Not sure how that one works. When it makes the ringtone, it might be increasing the volume before it saves it, so when you put it on your phone, its causing the speakers to clip. I'll check out the website and see for you.

thanks a lot