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Custom Discs - Adding Your Own Music Into Minecraft

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This data pack aims to help players add custom music discs into Minecraft.
If you want to have some fun with new music without losing vanilla record music at the same time, then this pack is for you.

With this pack, you can:
  • Add your own music into the game (not roughly replacing vanilla music by resource pack);
  • Customize textures of new discs with your art talent;
  • Customize the title of your music when playing it;
  • Craft a Portable Jukebox to immersively enjoy music (both vanilla and custom) anywhere and anytime.
  • See more details in readme.txt after you downloading the pack.

To handle this pack, you need to:
  • Read readme.txt after downloading the file, as its name has clearly pointed out :-) ;
  • Learn some basic knowledge about data pack and resource pack;
  • Follow the tips in the function files and edit them on your own;
  • Make good use of Minecraft Wiki for help when having trouble in the process. (in readme.txt, there are already some of links that may help you at every step)
      CompatibilityMinecraft 1.17

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      03/10/2022 2:38 pm
      Level 23 : Expert Engineer
      iijj22gg avatar
      Woah, now this was just the inspiration and backend I needed to make creepers drop different custom discs depending on their biome.

      01/24/2022 5:29 am
      Level 1 : New Miner
      dorlonkho avatar
      Doesn't it work on 1.18.1?
      10/10/2021 6:40 am
      Level 35 : Artisan Loremaster
      Determancer avatar
      This pack aims to provide an idea for anyone who have some data pack experince about how to make custom disc posible in the game, which in details is that using sight ray track to confirm if there is jukebox on its way, and if the jukebox has a disc with CustomModelData then the vanilla record music will be stopped while the custom one will be played, and after that setting a marker at the spot so that as soon as the disc was pulled out, the music will be stopped as well.
      That's how it works, I hope this message will be helpful. Wish you enjor your music!
      10/10/2021 4:00 am
      Level 16 : Journeyman Engineer
      Varyson avatar
      Can you pls add more to it?I dont know how it works bc you said almost nothing more about it than that you can customize the sound of the disc and how its going to look like but you didnt told us how to do it.Even tho it might be cool,i dont know how it works so for me its a 0 out of 10.
      10/10/2021 6:34 amhistory
      Level 35 : Artisan Loremaster
      Determancer avatar
      You can see more infos in the readme.txt and all the function files which needed to be edited, as I have mentioned in the introductions of this page. In readme.txt there are texts about how to edit function files to make your music work.
      I also mention that to handle this pack you may need to know some basic knowledge about resource pack and data pack, so if you find it quite difficult to add new music in even after you read all the tips and links in the file you download, then all I can do is to say I am sorry about that. Maybe some day I will try to write an exe program to automate music adding operation, but for now what I have done is to give as much related information as I can in the file.
      PS: the reason I don't put those infos on this page is that they are complex in some way and must be understood by context and by coding them on one's own.
      10/06/2021 3:31 pm
      Level 1 : New Miner
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      10/03/2021 7:43 am
      Level 28 : Expert Creeper
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      Is it for Bedrock too?
      10/03/2021 11:59 am
      Level 69 : High Grandmaster Enderdragon
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      10/03/2021 8:46 amhistory
      Level 35 : Artisan Loremaster
      Determancer avatar
      As far as I know, data packs are designed for Java Edition. The corresponding thing for Bedrock Edition is called Addons. So I don't think it can work in Bedrock.
      10/03/2021 1:17 pm
      Level 28 : Expert Creeper
      CC and CB Official
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      Then, try converting it to an addon! (the file extension is .mcpack)
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