You could either edit popular songs and turn them into ringtones (careful with the legalities here), or better yet, if you are a musician yourself you can turn your own music into ringtones. And if you think the last time anybody bought a ringtone was 2007, think again. Though the sales have declined sharply in the last few years, according to Gartner the industry is still worth $2.1 billion.
Clearly there is still a market (a huge one I might add) out there for ringtones.
How Do You Make a Ringtone?
A ringtone can be any type of audio, from parts of songs to your own voice recordings. They are usually less than 30 seconds long and consist of the best part of the song/music. To make them, you could either use a software, or you can use a digital aggregators like MusicDigi that will allow you to turn any music into ringtones through their system. If you can make catchy clips you can build a profitable business.
Operating within the Law
Many ringtones are songs from popular artists. However, keep in mind that it is illegal to use licensed work without the owner's authorization. If you want to make ringtones from a popular song, movie track or other copyrighted product, contact the creator or the licensing company.
How Do You Sell Ringtones?
MusicDigi lets you turn any piece of audio into ringtones and sell them via iTunes to millions of mobile devies. And you make money – royalties – every time someone downloads or buys your music.
Have a great ringtone ready to go? Signup to MusicDigi to distribute and sell ringtones to millions phones worldwide.
MusicDigi gets your music on major streaming platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, Deezer and more.