For a limited time, I’m offering a custom ringtone (below), for Android and iPhone. This is a clip of my recording of the famous relaxing classical piece, Gymnopédie No. 1, by French composer Erik Satie.
- U.S. sales only.
- Major credit cards accepted. This website is secure.
- Scroll down for Android and iPhone formats, plus instructions.
Tired of the standard ringtone on your phone? Do you find your ringtone to be harsh? Try my soothing, relaxing Piano Ringtone: a gentle tone, a true joy to wake up to.
Android Instructions: Purchase & download directly from phone. File will download to your ‘Downloads’ folder. Open your Settings app, select ‘Sounds and Vibration’, select ‘Ringtone’, select ‘ADD’. Select ‘Folders’ (or ‘My Files’), select ‘Downloads’, select ‘Satie No.1 by Susan’ mp3 file, select ‘Done’.
iPhone Instructions: To add the m4r ringtone file to an iPhone without a computer (Recommended): Download GarageBand on your iPhone, and make sure the purchased m4r ringtone file is available to use. (Purchase the ringtone, then share/send the file to iCloud Drive or Dropbox.) The file will then need to be exported to Ringtones via Garageband. Easy-to-follow steps are found here: Add m4r to iPhone 6s/7/8/X without a Computer.
To add the m4r ringtone file to an iPhone using a computer: –Purchase and download/save the m4r ringtone file to your computer. –Open iTunes on your computer. –Connect the iPhone to your PC or Mac. –Click the “Tones” section under My Device in the left sidebar. –Drag and drop (or copy/paste) the ringtone file to the “Tones” section in iTunes. iTunes will sync the ringtone to your phone and it will appear under “Tones”. –On your iPhone, open Settings > Sounds & Haptics > Ringtone, and select ‘Satie No.1 by Susan’. Any custom ringtones added will appear at the top of the list. (*The above instructions can be found HERE; scroll down and begin at Step 5: Add the Ringtone File to Your Phone.)