SoundZ is a minecraft mod that I made that "enhances" the Sound Volume in Minecraft. It doesn't have much, but if you would post your comments, suggestions, and bugs, I would be glad to continue to make this, and release more options.
Information: I am going to stop make SoundZ... It wasn't that hard before, but in order to make anymore releases, I would have to completely re-code the mod. So, in other words, I'm not doing that. I invested a lot of time in the older versions and ever since then, I have lost a lot of time that I need to just sit down for hours on in and code. Sorry to those who used this on a regular basis, I hope that someone else makes a similar mod that will be sufficient enough.
About SoundZ: As many people are probably aware of, Minecraft comes with one slider, and that slider is to control the sound volume, but on the down side, that slider controls ALL sounds in Minecraft. This mod allows you to control sounds of individual entities/objects. For instance, If you don't like the sound of a cow, but want to keep the sound of a pig on, then this mod will allow you to do that.
Friendly Mob Sounds
Hostile Mob Sounds
Item Pickup (Pop)
(Images shown are of SoundZ version for MC 1.2.5. Some features may have changed)
*If you make a mod review, let me know in a reply.
1- Download ModLoader (Download Here)
2- Download GUIAPI (Download Here)
3- Download SoundZ
4- Open your 'minecraft.jar' file, and drag and drop all the files in order:
5- Close the 'minecraft.jar;' Open-up Minecraft, and Enjoy!
Would be good if you added options like rain, water and fire sounds, anyways looks like a good mod!
Those options are being implemented at the moment. This will be the release for 1.2.5, but because 1.2.6 is probably not that long away, I will wait, and will add the Rain, Fire, Thunder, TNT Sound effects level.
Incompatible with Guiapi
when installed i cant the mod options from the gui is gone.
your mod sound options is there tho
I have never heard of GuiAPI. When my mod was made, it was made to support vanilla versions, so no-one would have to download any mods in order to get mine to work. The GuiScreens are custom made, by myself, and don't need anything else to run off of.
Reiterating, I have never heard of GuiAPI, but if people use that, then I will make it compatible.