I decided to make some new ringtones for the iPhone. I've never cared for the "musical" ringtones that most people download and would prefer to use ones that sound less melodic and more like sound effects. So using the (I'm assuming) royalty-free sounds from my Garageband Jam Packs I made a collection of 23 ringtones that you can very easily add to your iPhone as well. Here's how you do it: 1) Download my Ringtone archive from http://karlfranz.com/kfm_ringtones.zip. 2) Unzip the archive to extract all the ringtone files. 3) Create a new Playlist named Ringtones (or whatever) in iTunes. This important because ringtones will not show up in the Music library but will show up in a playlist. 4) Make sure the playlist is selected in iTunes, then drag the ringtone files onto the playlist. 5) Audition my ringtones from this playlist to see which (if any) you like. 6) To install the ringtones, plug in your iPhone and select the Ringtones tab. All the new ringtones from the archive I supplied you should appear on the list. 7) Select the ringtones you would like to download to your iPhone and hit Apply at the bottom right of the iTunes window. 8) The new ringtones should appear on the ringtones settings screen and on the sounds for events such as the alarm clock. Note: This was tested with iTunes 7.4. I know there is a new 7.4.1, but I haven't tried this with it so far. And now, a request Could some of you please mirror my ringtone archive file so that you guys don't eat up my bandwidth quota? If not and it gets too bad, I may have to remove the file after a while. I did try to upload the zip file to macrumors, but the max file size for zip is only about 250KB. Enjoy!