Download your cutted MP3 here!

After you cut your MP3, it will be prepared and offered for your personal download on this page. Start cutting the soundless parts from your MP3 now by using the MP3 Cutter on our homepage.


MP3 Cutter

Most MP3s found online containing soundless parts. To trim it or remove the soundless parts, we offering an easy to use online MP3 Cutter. The best is, it's completely free. You don't need to download any software or register for anything. Try it now!

MP3 Cutter

1.

Cut your MP3

Cut your MP3 by using our MP3 Cutter. Choose the file by click the "Choose File" button.

2.

Choose the part of your MP3

Choose the soundless parts of your MP3 and click the "cut" button. This can take up to 10 seconds.

3.

Download your MP3

Your fresh cutted mp3 will be displayed on this page. Wait for until the download is ready and click the "Download" button.

How to make ringtones out of your download

Don't pay for an iPhone ringtone. Make your own with our simple service.

For many people, a ringtone is an expression of their inner self. When it comes to iPhone ringtones, Chimes and Ripple will only get you so far. Discerning iPhone owners need a ringtone that suits them, and what better choice than a song you love? After all, iTunes makes playlists of your favorite songs, so it makes sense to use one as your ringtone. Of course, nobody wants to pay for ringtones, and while there are several apps that offer to help you create ringtones, what many people might not know is that you can do this entirely with our service instead of having to use iTunes.

If you already have downloaded your favourite song, use our mp3 cutter to select a 30 second part of it and save it on your device. Now use our Audio Converter and convert your 30 seconds mp3 part to an .acc file. Save the Acc file on your Desktop. For Ringtones iPhones using the ".m4r" extension, so you need to rename the song.acc file to "song.m4a" in order to use this clip as ringtone. You will be asked if you want to change the file extension to ".m4r", you need to confirm it.

To add the .m4r ringtone to your iPhone, connect your iPhone to your computer and open iTunes. Click the iPhone icon in the upper-left corner.



Go to summary section and scroll down to options. Check the box beside Manually manage music and videos and click Apply. Now Drag the .m4r file into your Tones tab located under "On my Device", which will automatically sync the ringtone with your iPhone.

Congratulation! You can now select your ringtone on your iPhone like you select every other ringtone.

Android is all about customization.

Got the same ringtone as that annoying coworker at the other end of the room? Just don't like the lame, old sounds that came with your sweet, new phone? No problem! We have options, and once you get the hang of them, the world is your ringtone.

If you already have a cool, custom mp3 you just need to add to your phone, then you'll need a file manager app to get it into the Ringtones. Now, some phones have file managers on them out of the box, but if not, you'll need to download one from the Google Play Store; for our steps, we're using Solid Explorer.

  1. Long-press your custom mp3 in the Downloads folder (or whichever local folder you downloaded it to). After long-pressing the first mp3, you can tap more mp3s if you wish to copy multiple sounds at once.
  2. Tap the Copy icon (two documents stacked on top of each other).
  3. Swipe in from the left edge of the screen to open the location menu.
  4. Tap Internal Memory.



  5. Tap the Ringtones folder. If you want to set the sound you're moving as a text tone or an alarm, you would tap the Notifications folder or Alarms folder.
  6. Tap Paste.
  7. The Settings App on some phones will see the new ringtones immediately, but if yours doesn't, reboot the phone. Upon reboot, the new ringtones should appear in the list of available ringtones in the Sounds menu.

Congratulation! You can now use your clip as Android Ringtone, select it like any other ringtone in the sound settings.