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    Default Where Can I Get REALLY LOUD Ringtones For iPhone ?
    Hi guys! Does anyone know where I can get VERY LOUD sounds for ringtone, voicemail, alerts, and incoming SMS messages? Thanks!

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    To get loud ringtones, I usually have to use an audio editor to increase the volume before putting them into my iPhone.

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    iPhoneRingtone Maker is great

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    I've been using a ringtone I found in the downloads section of this site forever now. It sounds like a normal ring but it's good and loud. I think the file is called "Cell Phone Ringing". It's somewhere in the sounds download section here, a few pages in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LastSonOfKrypton View Post
    I've been using a ringtone I found in the downloads section of this site forever now. It sounds like a normal ring but it's good and loud. I think the file is called "Cell Phone Ringing". It's somewhere in the sounds download section here, a few pages in.
    Cell Phone Ringing?

    Imagine that!

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    I use garageband to edit any ringtone I wanna use and turn the juice up.

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    You can edit the volume of the ringtone within itunes before you do your last aac conversion and file extension change.

    Right click a song in iTunes
    Create AAC version
    Right click the new AAC version of the song your created
    Select Get Info
    Select the Info tab of the popup box and at the top you will see a volume slider that lets you increase or decrease the volume.

    After you have edited the ringtone to your liking (ie Start and Stop times etc etc) click OK at the bottom.

    Finish it off by Right clicking again--->create AAC version and then change the file extension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChaos View Post
    You can edit the volume of the ringtone within itunes before you do your last aac conversion and file extension change.

    Right click a song in iTunes
    Create AAC version
    Right click the new AAC version of the song your created
    Select Get Info
    Select the Info tab of the popup box and at the top you will see a volume slider that lets you increase or decrease the volume.

    After you have edited the ringtone to your liking (ie Start and Stop times etc etc) click OK at the bottom.

    Finish it off by Right clicking again--->create AAC version and then change the file extension.
    I thought that volume adjustment was only for playback within iTunes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Napoleon_PhoneApart View Post
    To get loud ringtones, I usually have to use an audio editor to increase the volume before putting them into my iPhone.
    Napoleon, what program do you use to increase the volume of the ringtone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by obla View Post
    Napoleon, what program do you use to increase the volume of the ringtone?

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    There are many audio editors out there; some are free and some are not. I mainly use Windows and use GoldWave for simple sound work. If you do a Google search, you'll find a bunch of audio editors that will suit your needs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Napoleon_PhoneApart View Post
    There are many audio editors out there; some are free and some are not. I mainly use Windows and use GoldWave for simple sound work. If you do a Google search, you'll find a bunch of audio editors that will suit your needs.
    Thanks, man, Will do.

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    For the loudest ringtones just go on any train in the UK.....

    He who asks a question looks foolish for 5 minutes. He who doesn't ask a question remains foolish forever.

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    For the loudest ringtones just go on any train in the UK.....

    He who asks a question looks foolish for 5 minutes. He who doesn't ask a question remains foolish forever.

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