Hello! Today I'm gonna show you how to change the music discs in Minecraft to your own taste. Just follow these easy steps and you will be rocking to your own tunes in Minecraft in no time.
Step 1. Find the song you want and make an mp3 version.
Step 2. Go to this link and download the program. http://www.snapfiles.com/get/mp3ogglab.html
Step 3. Create on OGG file of the song you want.
Step 4. Open RUN and type %appdata%.
Step 5. Open .minecraft and click resources.
Step 6. Click streaming.
Step 7. Rename the OGG file generated and call it cat.ogg.
Step 8. Drag that file into streaming.
Step 9. Rock out while mining!
Thank you and please comment. Tell me if it doesn't work and I'll do my best to fix your problem.
it doesnt need to be called cat i actually think its better you use 13 because i think cat is better then thirteen so I replace13 and leave cat
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According To Me, The Music is almost everyone's life, an important part. Everyone has a favorite band or musician, and why it is that they are more than happy to share with others. It has been like this for a long time, but in the past than it is to share music and listen to music is totally different .
For everyone having problems: AudioMod by Risugami disables Minecraft from fixing the modded files so you can play your music. Hope this helps!Also for people wanting an .ogg file converter, there is a website. Here is the link: http://audio.online-convert.com/convert-to-ogg hope this helps!
I don't know if this helps anyone or not, but I've been recently researching on how to do something similar to this. I read somewhere on the Internet that .mp3 files and .mus files are the same thing, with just different extensions. So my suggestion: rename your file from an mp3 extention to a .mus one. Then give it the same name as one of the songs (e.g: ward.mus), but MAKE SURE to place your new streaming folder in the proper location AFTER the main menu has come up. Haven't tested this yet, but I'm assuming it works.