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Music Mod for MC-Mainly Orchestral/Ambient


Caleb Faith
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Don't you dare suggest a mod that already exists.

Let me google this music mod for Minecraft.

What does that have have to do with the thread? The guy didn't ask for a music mod to be created for him, he said he is going to make one himself, which is totally alright. It might be for modding practice or else; in any way, he can create this mod if he wants to.

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What does that have have to do with the thread? The guy didn't ask for a music mod to be created for him, he said he is going to make one himself, which is totally alright. It might be for modding practice or else; in any way, he can create this mod if he wants to.

Oh crud, I thought this was in the request section. My mistake.

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Also, those are music DISC mods, I think he means creating/adding more ambient music that plays without records.Which is an AWESOME idea! :D

Literally, I JUST came here to request this mod, but now that is not needed. I would definitely use/support this mod, sir. :)

That's my opinion too, I would really like if I didn't have to keep a grooveshark page open while I'm gaming to have my background music. I say go ahead!

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There are tons of mods that add custom music to minecraft. Like this one:

http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1032006-125forgemore-music-discs-v12-july-11-albums-and-portable-disc-player/

Although, if you do not want to install any mods, I have discovered that you can actually play .ogg files in Minecraft using the Nuclear Control plugin for IC2, in Tekkit version 3.1.2 (It may work for earlier versions, but I have not actually tested it), and in any version of Technic that has Nuclear control.

In single player, all you have to do is place a .ogg file named "alarm-[name]" in techniclauncher/technicssp/resources/newsound/ic2nuclearcontrol/.

It is still possible in multiplayer, but it is a bit of a pain. First, you must edit the "allowedAlarms" variable in the config file for nuclear control (The server's config file, not the client's one) . Simply add the name of the .ogg file to the list (Without the "alarm-", and each one separated by a comma), and then add it to techniclauncher/tekkit/resources/newsound/ic2nuclearcontrol/. Note that players will only hear the sound if they have the file, those who do not will just hear the default alarm.

Then, in both cases, right click a Howler Alarm (Not an Industrial Alarm), and the sound should appear in the list of files. Just select it and apply a Redstone current, and the song/sound should play. Note that larger files can cause a bit of a lag spike when they first load.

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There are tons of mods that add custom music to minecraft. Like this one:

http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1032006-125forgemore-music-discs-v12-july-11-albums-and-portable-disc-player/

Although, if you do not want to install any mods, I have discovered that you can actually play .ogg files in Minecraft using the Nuclear Control plugin for IC2, in Tekkit version 3.1.2 (It may work for earlier versions, but I have not actually tested it), and in any version of Technic that has Nuclear control.

In single player, all you have to do is place a .ogg file named "alarm-[name]" in techniclauncher/technicssp/resources/newsound/ic2nuclearcontrol/.

It is still possible in multiplayer, but it is a bit of a pain. First, you must edit the "allowedAlarms" variable in the config file for nuclear control (The server's config file, not the client's one) . Simply add the name of the .ogg file to the list (Without the "alarm-", and each one separated by a comma), and then add it to techniclauncher/tekkit/resources/newsound/ic2nuclearcontrol/. Note that players will only hear the sound if they have the file, those who do not will just hear the default alarm.

Then, in both cases, right click a Howler Alarm (Not an Industrial Alarm), and the sound should appear in the list of files. Just select it and apply a Redstone current, and the song/sound should play. Note that larger files can cause a bit of a lag spike when they first load.

Don't you dare suggest a mod that already exists.

Let me google this music mod for Minecraft.

What does that have have to do with the thread? The guy didn't ask for a music mod to be created for him, he said he is going to make one himself, which is totally alright. It might be for modding practice or else; in any way, he can create this mod if he wants to.

Oh crud, I thought this was in the request section. My mistake.

Ahem. Also, notice the "Ambient".

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Would be awesome if a mod adds a new machine block that functions as a note block but has an interface to chose which note you want played. Then you hook it up to a machine that records tones played adjacent to it and writes them onto a disk which you then play on a jukebox =).

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