MineTunes (prev. MCDitty) v0.9.10.07 for Minecraft 1.4.6, 1.4.7
Make MIDI Music With Blocks, Noteblocks, and Signs!
Example SignTune: Anvil Chorus (Giuseppi Verdi) played on the Anvil (MP3)
Minetunes will be released as Version 1.0 with Minecraft 1.5 in early March.
MineTunes plays music written on normal signs: right click them to play! You can turn a few notes into a repeating tune, build a doorbell worthy of a cathedral, or put on a production of your favorite musical. Keywords are available to make signs start playing when someone comes near, play and save MIDI files, show lyrics, use Minecraft sound effects as instruments, and much more, with new features every few weeks.
And now, MCDitty extends to noteblocks! Tooltips tell you what note a block is set to, an automatic tuner lets you strike the perfect pitch in one click, and netherrack and Endstone are the keys to unlocking 6 complete octaves of notes: the piano alone ranges between F#1 to F#7.
- Plays every note on the piano, and more.
- 128 MIDI Instruments, 46 percussion sounds, and over 50 Minecraft sound effects (old and new!)
- Tempos from 20 to 300 BPM
- Works with vanilla saves and servers
- Sound effects, lyrics, particle emitters, and more.
- Noteblock Tuning Assistance!
- High and Low noteblocks!
- New: BlockTunes (A jukebox and 3 noteblocks, arranged in a rectangle, with blocks inside to make notes)
Installation & Download:
Copy the contents of the MineTunes zip file directly into your minecraft.jar, and delete the META-INF folder. MineTunes will tell you if it is installed when you log into a world.
Finally, once you have joined a server / opened a saved world, press Ctrl-D to open the MineTunes settings menu and Auto-Update for the tippy latest fixes and features (they are often exciting!)
Minecraft 1.4.6 / 1.4.7: (No ModLoader Required)
Minecraft 1.4.4 / 1.4.5: (No ModLoader Required)
Minecraft 1.4.2: (No ModLoader Required)
(Also accessible from inside the mod)
Guide To MusicStrings:
- My friends and family for testing and support (and especially for putting up with the over 4,000 signs I've put up while testing this mod)
- Zoinkscom for suggesting redstone activation.
- The people who developed JFugue in the first place: thanks for making awesome music in Minecraft possible.
The Fine Print
This Document Is
Copyright © 2012 William Karnavas
All Rights Reserved
Edited by fenceFoil, 12 March 2013 - 02:54 AM.