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October 27, 2008


Fission 1.6 Brings iPhone Ringtones

Fission is a Mac OS X editor that offers lossless editing of MP3, AAC, Apple Lossless, and AIFF audio files. Fission 1.6 retains the fast and easy editing while adding more power and functionality. Fission now has the ability to save iPhone ringtones, using almost any audio file in any audio format supported by QuickTime. From MP3 to MIDI and everywhere in-between, Fission lets users turn any audio into a ringtone. Users simply open their file in Fission, crop it down to the desired portion of audio (40 seconds or fewer in length), then choose Save as iPhone Ringtone. Fission passes the file off to iTunes with the needed parameters to make the file a ringtone. Once iTunes has the file, it's ready for syncing with an iPhone!

Fission 1.6 also adds the ability to insert periods of silence into files, useful for many different types of editing, as well a command to specify the exact location of the playhead for audio playback and adjustments. 

Fission costs just $32. Fission 1.6 is a free update for all owners of a Fission license key. Fission is immediately available as a free trial for Mac OS X 10.4 and up and can be downloaded from Fission is fully functional, but will degrade the quality of audio saved while in trial mode.

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  1. Dec 10 2008

    Thanks for post. Nice to see such good ideas.

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