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Ring tone file size

I dont know how to get my song files small enough to fit as ring tones. I've made them as small as 20 seconds and it still tells me there too big to set as ring tones. How do I change the file sizes?

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I have found about 15- 17 seconds is as long as it can be. less than 290kb. you need a music editing program. also making it mono instead of stereo helps to squeeze that extra second in there.

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