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Fission 1.6 Brings iPhone Ringtones

Fission 1.6 Brings iPhone Ringtones

Posted October 27, 2008 at 11:45pm by iClarified
Rogue Amoeba has released Fission 1.6 which can take any audio file in any format (not just AAC), and easily turn it into a ringtone/alarm sound for your iPhone

It’s been many months since our audio editor Fission has seen an update, but in that time it’s continued to gain users and popularity. Today, we’ve got a new version, Fission 1.6, replete with new features and improvements.

The biggest update is that Fission now has built-in iPhone Ringtone saving, using the same method found in our MakeiPhoneRingtone application. With Fission, you can take any audio file in any format (not just AAC), and easily turn it into a ringtone/alarm sound for your iPhone! Just crop it down to 40 seconds or less, then choose “Save as iPhone Ringtone”, and Fission will handle the rest. Your file will be transcoding to AAC if needed, then passed off to iTunes and ready for syncing.

Fission 1.6 also adds the ability to Insert Silence into a file, a command to set the exact location of the playhead, software updates via Sparkle, and almost two dozen additional improvements and bug fixes. It’s a free update for all licensed owners of Fission, and can be downloaded right here.

If you haven’t tried out Fission, you can can learn more about it right on the Fission page and download the free trial right now.

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Coq - October 29, 2008 at 4:57am
I'm not sure, but.. I guess there's an iRinger version for MAC. Cheers
zathros - October 28, 2008 at 7:06pm
iringer works great and is free. i wanted "the good , the bad and the ugly" for my ring tone. and i ringer was only one i found that did the job as a no brainer. i needed that lol.
schneidi - October 28, 2008 at 7:26am
Is there something free like iRinger for Mac OS X? Thanks Schneidi
kukurikoo - October 28, 2008 at 4:33am
there is a free app called iringer that do the same but free! you can choose any audio file, cut the part you want to use and save it to the itunes as a ringtone.
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