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Take the MP3 you want to use, open it in Quicktime, trim it to the part you want (no longer than 40 seconds) then save it as an AIFF file. Import said file to iTunes, set iTunes to import music in AAC format, select the AIFF format 40 second (or less) song in iTunes, right click and select "Convert selection to AAC". Let iTunes convert it, take the resultant file (use "Show in Finder" when right clicking on the newly converted song in iTunes to find it) and drop it on the MakeiPhoneRingtone App and it will convert it and add it to the ringtones section of iTunes for quick uploading to your iPhone.

I did about 30 songs in half and hour yesterday.


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