Updated on May 29, 2019
"Can I set a song from Apple Music as iPhone ringtone?" Perhaps you are wondering the same thing too. In fact, you can't. Songs downloaded from Apple Music are DRM-protected M4P file, which cannot be set as iPhone ringtone (M4R format) directly.
However, by using a tool like TuneFab Apple Music Converter which can remove DRM protection from Apple Music songs, everything will become much easier. You easily get rid of DRM and convert Apple Music song to iPhone ringtone format (M4R) or other formats like MP3, M4A, etc.
Check out the tutorial now to see how to set Apple Music as your ringtone on iPhone!
What TuneFab Apple Music Converter Can Do:
#1. Remove DRM protection from Apple Music songs and protected AAC songs.
#2. Convert Apple Music file to multiple formats including M4R, MP3, M4A, AAC, FLAC, etc.
#3. All songs converted and downloaded with TuneFab will be DRM-free, so you can make ringtone for iPhone with song you like, or you can burn music to CD for listening in car.
Steps to Make iPhone Ringtone with Apple Music Track:
Step 1: Download and install TuneFab Apple Music Converter on PC.
Step 2: Launch the program and then select a song which you want to set as ringtone for iPhone.
Step 3: Select the output format as M4R or MP3. If you are using Mac, you can select the output format as M4R. As for Windows user, you need to choose the output format as MP3 because Windows version doesn't support M4R output format. In this tutorial, I will use MP3 as an example.
Step 4. Click "Convert" button to start converting songs from Apple Music to MP3 format. When the conversion is done, you can go to "Output Folder" to locate the converted song.
Step 5. Now you can import the converted songs into iTunes and use iTunes to create and transfer ringtone to iPhone.
Tips for You - Try An Alternative Apple Music Ringtone Maker:
If you don't want to use iTunes, here's an alternative way to help you make iPhone ringtone directly and efficiently.
This iPhone Ringtone Maker lets you add song from computer or iPhone, and make it as an iPhone ringtone. Compared with iTunes, this ringtone maker is much more convenient because it can directly transfer the customized ringtone back to your iPhone without using iTunes. That said, after you make your own ringtone, you can directly send it to your iPhone.
It's simple to use as well:
Step 1. Download, install and launch the ringtone maker (TuneFab WeTrans) on PC.
Step 2. Connect iPhone to PC
Step 3. Add DRM-free Apple Music song to the ringtone maker program
Step 4. Set iPhone ringtone length
Step 5. Transfer Apple Music ringtone to iPhone Directly
Now you have successfully made your own ringtone with Apple Music song! Next, you need to take out your device and start setting the Apple Music tracks as your ringtone on iPhone.
Step 1. Add Apple Music Ringtone to iPhone
Please make sure that you have transferred the created ringtone to your iPhone. When all ringtones are available in your iPhone, you can follow the steps to set Apple Music as ringtone on iPhone.
Step 2. Set Ringtone on iPhone
Now go to Settings on your iPhone, and then go to "Sounds & Haptics" > "Ringtone", you will find the transferred ringtone from the ringtone list. Just select the song you like and make sure it is checked.
The most important step of making Apple Music ringtone, is to remove DRM protection from the tracks downloaded from Apple Music. That's why TuneFab Apple Music Converter is a must-have tool for you if you want to make ringtone using Apple Music songs.
After that, you can either use iTunes to create M4R ringtone or you can use an easy-to-use ringtone maker like TuneFab WeTrans to help you make ringtone and transfer ringtone to your iPhone.
Video Tutorial on How to Set Apple Music As Ringtone on iPhone
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