TikTok is one of the most famous social media apps with almost 1,000,000,000+ installs till now on both the Play Store and Apple Store. It's amazing and mind-blowing how music or sound on the app can go viral individually without the video. Sometimes viral TikTok sounds start a trend that leads to the creation of a huge amount of new videos. So some users want to use these viral sounds outside of the TikTok app for creating videos or personal use. In that sense, if you want to know how to make a TikTok sound your ringtone, then you have come to the right place. In this article, we are going to show you how to make a TikTok sound your ringtone on iPhone and Android devices with a clear step-by-step guideline. We'll also provide you with suggestions on 5 amazing TikTok sounds that you can use as ringtones.
Part 1: How to Turn a TikTok Sound into a Ringtone on iPhone
Actually, this process takes time and a few tools that you'll need in order to turn TikTok sound into a ringtone on iPhone. You'll need TikTok obviously; you'll also need iMyFone Filme and GarageBand app. Getting iMyFone Filme as a video editor is a great choice, we have already talked about it before. The free GarageBand app will also help you to create the ringtone for iPhone in this process. Let's not waste time anymore; here is how to make a TikTok sound your ringtone on iPhone –
Step 1: First you need to download the video from TikTok. Open the TikTok app and go to the video from which you want to make a ringtone. Tap on the "Share" button then tap "Save Video" to save the video into your phone.
Step 2: On the next step, you need to connect your iPhone to your computer by using a USB cable. Then you need to launch iMyFone Filme and import the video into the program. Drag the video to the video editing timeline and you can edit the file if needed. Now click on the "Export" button like the below image and choose "MP3" under the "Music" tab. After that, you need to select the output folder and click on the "Export" button to export the video as an MP3 file into the output folder.
Step 3: Now that you have the video converted into an audio file, you need to transfer the audio file into your iPhone from the computer. Then launch the GarageBand app on your iPhone that should be already installed by default.
Step 4: Next you need to tap on the "+" button from the top right corner of the app to start a new project and choose the "Audio Recorder" option from the "Tracks" tab.
Step 5: Then you need to tap on the "Track" button from the top left corner of the screen.
When you are inside the Track view, just tap on the "Loops" button from the top right corner of the screen.
Step 6: Now you need to tap on the folder icon from the bottom of the screen. This will open the file manager for you and select the MP3 file from the TikTok video.
Step 7: You'll see the audio file appear on the list, just hold down on the file in the list and drag it to the left to add it to the project timeline.
Step 8: Now you need to extend the project length to 30 seconds as it's the maximum time allowed for a ringtone or alarm. Tap on the small "+" button from the upper right corner of the screen and then tap on "Section A" and tap on the Up Arrow to increase the length to 30. Then you need to copy and paste the sound a few times so that it continues to loop for full 30 seconds.
Step 9: After you're done pasting the audio to the end of the track, tap on the "Down Arrow" from the top left corner and choose "My Songs". You'll find a list of your GarageBand projects with the TikTok sound as the most recent one.
Step 10: Next, you need to tap and hold on to the TikTok sound project and select "Share". Then tap on the Ringtone option and select "Continue". Here you can rename the audio, then tap on "Export".
Step 11: Finally, you have made a TikTok sound your ringtone on your iPhone.
To set the ringtone for your iPhone: After exporting the file, tap, hold and select "Use Sound As" and then select the "Standard Ringtone" option.
Part 2: How to Make TikTok Sound Your Ringtone on Android
If you don't know how to make TikTok sound into a ringtone on an Android device, then this part will help you a lot. It's an easy process if you can follow our guidelines properly and just like iPhone, you are going to need the TikTok video and iMyFone Filme. Nothing else is needed for this process. Here is how you can do it –
Step 1: First you need to download the video from TikTok. Open the TikTok app on your Android device and go to the video from which you want to make a ringtone. Tap on the "Share" button then tap "Save Video" to save the video into your phone.
Step 2: On the next step, you need to connect your Android device to your computer. Then you need to Download iMyFone Filme and import the video into the program. Drag the video to the video editing timeline and you can edit the file if needed. Now click on the "Export" button like the below image and choose "MP3" under the "Music" tab. After that you need to select the output folder and click on the "Export" button to export the video as an MP3 file into the output folder.
Step 3: Now you need to transfer the MP3 file to your Android device. Then you can easily set the MP3 file as your ringtone as per your device settings.
Part 3: 4 Amazing TikTok Sounds for Ringtone
Basically, TikTok is full of short videos and trending music/songs. Now that you know how to make a TikTok sound your ringtone on your iPhone or Android device, you'll need some good quality TikTok music/sounds that are suitable for ringtone. In this part, we have gathered 5 good TikTok music/sounds that will definitely be a good ringtone for your phone. Let's know more about them –
1. Red Silhouette Challenge - Put Your Head on My Shoulder
This song went viral some time ago in TikTok when Doja Cat released her TikTok video as a challenge. The original song was "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" from Paul Anka (1959). Doja Cat used this and added her own touch remixed into this song. After she posted her video and threw a challenge, this music went viral in a short time.
2. THE BANJO BEAT - RICKY DESKTOP
The Banjo Beat is another viral TikTok music that went viral some time ago and ever since then, a lot of people have created videos with this music. Still now a lot of people use this music to create videos. So if you want to make a ringtone out of this video, it's going to be a smart choice.
3. Childhood – Rauf & Faik
Childhood is a song that has been viral as a piece of TikTok video music for quite some time now. It was sung by a Russian-Azerbaijani pop duet, formed by twin brothers Rauf and Faik Mirzaev. So if you want to set this music as your ringtone, it should really look cool for you.
4. Love your voice - JONY
Love Your Voice is another amazing song that was sung by an Azerbaijani singer named Jony. This song has really beautiful music and this is why it went viral on TikTok. Many people have been using this music to create their TikTok videos since 2019.
Part 4: Practical Tips for Using High-quality Audio from TikTok for your Ringtone
When looking for high-quality audio in TikTok videos so you can use it as your ringtone, there are a few basic points to keep in mind. Here are four tips that should help you in your quest for a unique ringtone.
Tip #1: Choose a clear sound from TikTok
No amount of editing can truly enhance a bit of audio, so if you want your ringtone to be crystal clear, then the source sound must be of high quality and loud enough to be heard as a ringtone. Make sure the original video has good audio, or it will ruin the experience. Of course, you can edit the sound after downloading it.
Tip #2: Use the right video-to-audio conversion tool
Since you'll need to convert a Tiktok URL into an MP3 file, you need to use a tool that can support that. Kapwing, for instance, has the perfect browser-based utility for this. You can copy-paste the URL into the box provided and tweak the conversion settings to extract the sound the way you want it.
Tip #3: Use a tool with audio editing like iMyFone Filme
iMyFone Filme can be used to create fade-in and fade-out effects, alter the volume of audio and do other minor edits to the MP3 file before you export it to your mobile to use as a ringtone. You can also trim the length of the MP3 or create a loop so it plays over and over, which is ideal for a ringtone.
Tip #4: Use GarageBand or Audacity to record audio from TikTok
If you don't want to extract the audio from the original video link, you can also play the video on a clear Bluetooth speaker and record that using an iOS, Android, or desktop app. GarageBand is great for iOS, and Audacity is great for Android (APK installation) as well as desktop.
Part 5: FAQs
1. How do I make my iPhone alarm sound with TikTok?
The best way to do this is to extract the audio from a TikTok video, edit it on a professional editing tool like iMyFone Filme, and then export it as MP3 so you can access the sound through your alarm app on your iPhone. When using Filme, ensure that you set the right volume and clip length. You can use the extensive audio editing tools in Filme for this.
2. How do I get audio from TikTok?
To extract just the audio, use Kapwing or another converter that can fetch a video from a URL and convert it to MP3 format. There are also other tools such as Convertio.io, Zamzar, and CloudConvert for this purpose.
3. Can I extract audio from a TikTok video?
Yes, you can. If you don't want to use the URL method described above, then you can install a desktop converter or a mobile app that will download the corresponding TikTok video and convert the file into an MP3 so that only the audio is retained.
To conclude this extensive guideline, we ve already suggested some of the best famous music/songs that went viral on TikTok videos. So after learning how to make a TikTok sound your ringtone on iPhone or Android device, you would definitely start making ringtones out of your favorite TikTok music in no time. To convert the downloaded TikTok video, we have used iMyFone Filme because it not only can convert videos into MP3 files but also as a powerful video editor it can help you do a lot more. So keep using this tool to make more ringtones.