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Once you're synced to the new library, you can restore the backup without disturbing what's already there. And yes, the new ringtone should remain.

I don't really like the way ringtones or photos get synced to my iPhone but I haven't found another way to do it. There are several good Apps in the Mac App store which will create a ringtone for you and do the syncing to your iPhone automatically but I'm sure all they do is use iTunes.

You mentioned in an earlier reply that you couldn't find "Manually manage music and videos". It should be a check off option under "Options" when you plug in your iPhone and open iTunes. Click on your phone in the side menu and then select "Summary" from the top menu.
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