How to Convert RSN to MP3

Updated February 21, 2017

MP3s are among the most accessible audio file types across the Internet, and are commonly used with car CD players, discs, file sharing programs and various media players. Another, less common file type is the RSN or Reason Project File format, which is a type of audio production that is used by synthesizer and music creating programs. You can convert your RSNs to MP3 in just seconds with the right online tools.

Navigate to Zamzar's website and click "Browse" on the home page.

Click your RSN file and click "Open."

Click "MP3" in the drop-down menu, enter your e-mail address and click "Convert" to have the converted file sent to your e-mail.

Open iTunes and click on your RSN file.

Click "Edit">"Preferences">"Import Settings" in the main menu and click "Import Using: MP3 Encoder." Click "OK."

Click on your file again and click "Advanced">"Create MP3 Version." Your file will load in your library directly below the original in MP3 format.

Navigate to Media Converter's website and click "Upload a File."

Click "Browse," select your file and click "OK."

Click "On to the Next Step," click "MP3" in the drop-down menu and click "Convert" to load your file on the next page.

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