GarageBand 4.1.1 & iPhone Ringtones

GarageBand’s newest update to v. 4.1.1 now has a Share option which includes Apple iPhone RingTones. So, now I can legitimately take something I’ve created in GarageBand (or made into a track in GarageBand… wink, wink) and turn it into one of the Blessed RingTones without having to pay the iTunes tax.

Thank you Apple.

[I’ll have pictures up on this process soon. Or, maybe better yet a Seesmic post. Expect it will be up Monday unless we score electricity at our house over the weekend.]

iLife ‘08 Step 1: GarageBand 4.1.1 (aka iLife ’08). Just for giggles, create a Magic Project.

GrageBand Magic Project Step 2:  Then pick a genre

.GarageBand Create Project Step 3:  Create your project.

GarageBand RingTone to iTunes Step 4: From the Share menu Send your Ringtone to iTunes. (be prepared to select a snippet of your creation)

Select a snippet for the ringtone

Voila! A ringtone from GarageBand IN iTunes. Step 5: And, there she blows! An official ringtone in iTunes without paying the ferryman.

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One Comment on “GarageBand 4.1.1 & iPhone Ringtones”

  1. Techitorial Says:

    I like the pics these are really awesome … cool .


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