Using a Song As Your iPhone Alarm Sound

You don't have to settle for a ringtone as your iPhone's alarm sound. You can use any song in your music library. This means you can also record your own audio track, sync that through iTunes, and select that as your alarm sound. You can use that audio to give yourself reminders or other information upon waking.

Comments: 4 Responses to “Using a Song As Your iPhone Alarm Sound”

    JF
    4 years ago

    Now if only someone could figure out how to get alarms to play through headphones only, and not the speakers AND headphones when you have headphones plugged in…

    Patrice Emrie
    4 years ago

    Is there any we we can just record, say the chorus, which is in the middle of the song? And let that chorus be the beginning of our ringtone? THank you.

      4 years ago

      Sure. If you can get to the sound file for that song, in your iTunes library or wherever you have it, you can edit it in GarageBand or QuickTime player or any audio editing app. Then treat the new sound file just like the audio file I show you in the second half of the video.

    G Lud
    4 years ago

    you forgot to mention that Siri will set your alarm?

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