Open your web browser and go to media-convert.com. This site will convert the MIDI file in to an MP3 file. The MP3 file will finally be converted in to an AAC file, and then an M4R file.
The iPhone is Apple's all-in-one mobile phone that functions as a phone, mp3 player, video player, camera and personal digital assistant. Some aspects of the iPhone are customizable, including the ringtones that are used for an incoming call. iPhone ringtones have the file extension .m4r and can be created from AAC files. Because MIDI files cannot be played on an iPhone, you will must convert the file so that it is a compatible iPhone ringtone. This is a multi-step method that can be done with free program.
Click the link that appears on the world wide web-site to download the MP3 file.
Import the MIDI file you require to convert by clicking the "Browse" button. Then pick an output format from the output drop-down menu. Pick "Mpeg-3." Finally, click the "OK" button located to the right of the output drop-down menu. This will convert the file.
Change the encoding settings in iTunes to AAC. To do this, click "File > Preferences" and then click "Import settings." Pick "AAC encoder" from the drop-down menu and click "Ok" to save the changes.
Open iTunes and load the MP3 file you recently converted in to the iTunes library.
Change the file extension from .m4a to .m4r. You can do this by right-clicking the file and changing the file name.
Right-click the MP3 file and pick "Create AAC version." Then drag the AAC file onto your desktop.
Delete the original AAC file from iTunes so that a duplicate file is not created. Drag the file with the .m4r extension back in to iTunes. It will automatically load in to your ringtones tab located on the lefthand side of iTunes.Learn also how to create iphone ringtones