It supposed to be the same thought of many people when listening to a specific melody: This song is in line with my aesthetic view and it will be wonderful if I could set it as my phone ringtone. So, can Tidal music be used as a ringtone for iPhone? To be honest, this plan may be hard to implement and the particular reason will be explained in this article.
But today, on this page, I would like to share my useful method to help you make Tidal music as iPhone ringtone. This method has helped many friends of mine and now I hope it will be helpful to you, too.
Part 1. Best Tidal Ringtone Maker to Set Tidal music as iPhone Ringtone
Before you get this effective method, you need to realize a fact which you may not notice before. That is every Tidal track is copyright-protected and you can't preserve these streams on the local computer even you already have a premium subscription.
In other words, you need a powerful Tidal music converting software to unlock the copyright's protection from Tidal songs. Speaking of Tidal music conversion tool, it is inevitable to mention AudFree Tidal Music Converter, which has set the industry benchmark, being far beyond the same types of products in the market. The reason is very simple but persuasive: This progressive product is proficient in removing DRM constraints from Tidal tracks, converting Tidal song, album, playlist, etc. to common-used formats such as MP3, FLAC, WAV, M4A, M4B AAC, etc. without losing any original quality. Metadata such as title, artist, album, etc. will be fully kept in the converted files.
To your surprise, AudFree Tidal Music Converter takes an exquisite technology to provide every user with a 5X faster-converting speed and a large capacity of adding 100 songs at a time. With the assist of this advanced program, you are supported to save any Tidal songs as local music files for iPhone ringtone making.
Part 2. How to Create Tidal Music as Android Ringtone
Before to explain the detailed steps, please download AudFree Tidal Music Converter from the download site above. You can get 1 min conversion for 1 song in the trial version. To unlock the complete version, please purchase it directly.
Now, let's see how to create Tidal streams to iPhone ringtone in the following steps.
- Step 1Copy and paste music from Tidal to AudFree
Turn on AudFree Tidal Music Converter and the Tidal app will be auto-opened later. Please find the link of the song/playlist/album by tapping the "…" next to the title. Then copy and paste it to the search blank in AudFree and click the '+' icon to add them into AudFree in a flash.
- Step 2Modify Tidal output settings for iPhone ringtone
On the Windows machine, please find the menu bar from the upper sidebar of AudFree. Then press on the "Preferences" > "Convert" to visit a setting window. On the Mac machine, please hit on the "AudFree Tidal Music Converter" from Mac's menu list on the top left corner. Next, you are supported to switch the output music options such as format, sample rate, bit depth, channel, and so on. Here, please change the format to M4A for better compatibility.
- Step 3Preserve Tidal songs as local files for iPhone ringtone
Finally, you can just click to the "Convert" bar on the bottom right corner of AudFree. When the network connection is perfect, the tool will run at a 5X faster speed to decode DRM in Tidal, convert and download Tidal tracks to local music files. When the conversion is done, a red spot with numbers will pop up on the "Converted" icon. Please click it to go to the target music folder where all of the local streams from Tidal are listed in there.
Part 3. Use Tidal Tracks as iPhone Ringtone via iTunes
Step 1. Open iTunes on your desktop and upload the local Tidal audio files to the iTunes library.
Step 2. Select the song that you would like to create a ringtone and right-click to choose 'Get Info' > 'Option'.
Step 3. A new window for editing will open, you can set the Start Time and Stop Time of the ringtone, which should be less than 40 seconds.
Step 4. Right-click the selected song again and hit the "Convert" > "Create AAC Version". It will create a new segment of this Tidal track.
Step 5. Right-hit to the new clip and choose "Show in Windows Explorer or Finder".
Step 6. Delete this new version from the iTunes library. But don't throw it to the recycle bin.
Step 7. Drag and drop the new Tidal ringtone to a new folder on the computer. Then you need to change the file extension from M4A to M4R.
Step 8. Double click this M4R ringtone, and it will be added into iTunes' ringtone library automatically.
Step 9. Sync your iTunes library on the iPhone, then in your iTunes' ringtone library, you can use Tidal music as iPhone ringtone with ease.
Now you can create any tracks from Tidal to ringtone for your iPhone by using AudFree Tidal Music Converter and iTunes. If you think this method is helpful, just collect it and share it with your friends.