1. chadizzy1's Avatar
    I make my own ringtones, I use Audacity, of course. I've tried several different things:

    Changing to mono/stereo quality.
    Changing bitrate to 96, to 128, to 112.
    Adjusting output volume by doing db cut/boost.

    They just sound fuzzy and terrible, like on a 5 year old phone. Any suggestions to make them sound clear, or is that just how they come out on Blackberry?
    12-29-08 02:27 PM
  2. xliderider's Avatar
    What is the source of the original files (ripped CD, mp3 file)?

    The ringers I have made previously from mp3s ripped from my CDs sound pretty good. I also used Audacity to edit them down to size.
    12-29-08 03:13 PM
  3. xliderider's Avatar
    Also, when experimenting with the various settings, don't save the changes you've made till you are satisfied with them. Otherwise you will be making changes, upon changes to the original file, which may be why they sound so bad.

    Always revert back to the original file before making changes.
    12-29-08 03:16 PM
  4. sunkast's Avatar
    Please do not post duplicate topics.
    12-29-08 03:23 PM
  5. bedaweed's Avatar

    go there and make one
    its very simple
    12-29-08 03:30 PM
  6. Username00089's Avatar
    I use Audacity and my ringtones come out very, very clear. I have a Bold though. I hardly do any editing of the song.
    12-29-08 04:09 PM
  7. ShortStop51001's Avatar
    Make Your Own Ringtones - Free Ringtone Maker

    or if you have a mac you can use garageband to make ringtones.
    12-29-08 04:59 PM