How to Listen to Your Music in GTA 5 on PC

Create a custom radio station all for yourself.

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Much like with past GTA games, the PC version of Grand Theft Auto V allows you create a custom radio station with your own music. The process is quite simple, though setting it up requires you to know what you're looking for.

After installing GTA V, you should have a Rockstar Games folder located inside the Documents folder of the Windows account that installed it. In there you'll find a folder dedicated to GTA V, and inside that, you'll find an empty folder called User Music. (Likely located at C:\Users\YOUR USERNAME\Documents\Rockstar Games\GTA V\User Music depending on your setup.) Simply copy and paste your music files--at the very least, MP3s are supported--into that folder, and you're almost ready to go.

When that's done, start up the game and head into the Settings menu. Under Audio, you'll find the options "Perform Quick Scan for Music" and "Perform Full Scan for Music." It's unclear at this point what the difference between the two is, but click on either of them, and a new radio station will be added that's comprised exclusively of the music in your folder. Just above those two settings, you can alter the "Self Radio Mode" option to choose the order in which music is played.

After numerous delays, GTA V is now available on PC with enhanced graphics, new music, and a powerful video editor. Some players are reporting issues with installing or playing it; if you're one of them, check out our rundown on the solutions and workarounds.

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