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We all have our favorite songs! And within those songs, there is always a certain part which never fails to catch our attention. Haven’t you often wondered as to how you could have that particular part as your ringtone? Whenever we set a certain song as our ringtone, it always starts off with the opening music. And most often before we even get to the lyrics, snap! It ends. This is where the MP3 Cutter and Ringtone Maker Android app comes into play, and ends your agony.
The app is also known sometimes as the Ringtone Editor Pro, quite simply because it edits ringtones. It is basically a tool to cut short or trim your favorite audio files, so that you can extract your favorite clip within the entire song and set it as you own ringtone. Developed by Android Tech, it has been designed to work on any audio files in MP3, AAC, WAV and AMR formats. You can even make your own alarm tones or notification alerts.
The name which comes up when you install this app and then open it on your device is Ringtone Editor Pro. It is extremely easy-to-use and is focused on the job it is meant to perform. It doesn’t work on .3ga or .midi audio files so you need to careful about the kind of files you want it to work upon. The editing process is extremely easy. The app will show you a list of whatever audio files you have in your device. Select the particular file which you want to trim. You will be taken to its music cutter section.
The app comes with a jog wheel to help you set the starting and ending point of the clip you want to develop from the audio file. The jog wheel is set on the waveform window, and comes with play and pause buttons. If you know the specific values of the starting and ending time, then you also have the option to type in the values.
Now, the clip is ready! How do you save it? In the music cutter window itself, you will come across a Save button. When you click on it, you are given the options of renaming the new file and whether you want to set it as your default ringtone. If you want to edit a newly recorded clip, you can use the app’s very own sound recorder. Once the recording is done, the rest of the process is same.
On saving a particular file, it automatically gets stored to your SD card. You will get the new clip at sdcard/Media/Audio/Ringtones. However, if you are wary of going through this entire process, you can select, share and delete the file from the app itself as it comes with a Search option.
Although this app can efficiently create personalized ringtones for your Android, but sometimes it may disappoint you. It can’t play the newly made tones without accessing the same via the device’s file manager. However, such a little glitch is not likely to spoil the entire mood. Take a look at one of my creations utilizing this app :
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