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How to add custom music to GTA V (PC)

Tutorial Name: How to add custom music to GTA V (PC)  

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Submitted By: Crosby

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This is super easy and, in my opinion, a necessity as the default radio songs get old fast.

1. Get your music and put it all in a folder on your desktop [ Register or Signin to view external links. ]

2. Go to \Documents\Rockstar Games\GTA V and drag your music into the folder named "User Music". If you don't have that folder, create one and name it "User Music".

3. Open GTA V and go to "Settings" > "Audio". Click "Radio Station" and change it to "Self Radio". If you don't see "Self Radio", click "Perform Full Scan for Music" (fourth option down). After it is done scanning you should find "Self Radio" while scrolling through the radio stations. It will play all the music that you added.


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KyloCruxPosted:

Didn't even know you could do this. Thanks for sharing.

NinjaActuallyPosted:

This is great info! This will help a ton!

NagisaPosted:

Easy and awesome, thanks.

BCSPosted:

Cheers mate definitely doing this

RedactedPosted:

Thanks man, will defo do this

ThespianPosted:

This is super cool! I am definitely gonna be putting in my songs I like

MickersPosted:

Dam this is so handy! The songs after a while get so boring they should really add more or keep it refreshed.

KatsumiPosted:

Oh damn this is really cool. As Lyttle said the game soundtrack gets old and mixing it up should lead to a much more enjoyable experience. I never would've knew this existed.

NagisaPosted:

Awesome tutorial and makes GTA V that much better when you don't want too hear the in game soundtrack forever.

BorutoPosted:

Thank you so much!! Had no idea you could do this