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I am trying to convert some of my favourite music files to ringtones on my iPhone 5. It has been pretty confusing maneuvering iTunes to do so, so I'm looking for a much easier way to do so.

I connect my iPhone (iOS 6.0.2) to a PC running iTunes 11.0.1.12.

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GarageBand can do it. Import a song, select a 30-second range, export it as a ringtone.

http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1358

Edit:just saw the PC bit.

Haven't tried it, but there's an app: https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/ringtone-maker-make-free-ringtones/id390929278?mt=8

And a website: www.iringer.net/

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I use Rogue Amoeba's Fission. It's not cheap, but it's useful for all kinds of audio editing, and it makes ringtones very easily.

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