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Custom Minecraft Records easily put your own music on the Music Discs played in the Minecraft Jukebox when you put in a music disc. I also show you how to give your custom Minecraft music disks a new name in the Inventory and how to fix the problem of the sound not fading out when you move away from the Jukebox. This technique makes creating Custom Minecraft Music Discs work correctly.
00:00 Minecraft Custom Records Intro
00:22 How to play Records on the Minecraft Jukebox
01:05 How Records fade out as you move away from the Jukebox
01:47 The three things we need to do to make Custom Records for Minecraft
02:13 Setting up the folder structure for the Custom Resource Pack
03:38 Choosing your new records
04:18 Opening the new record track in a sound editing program like Audacity
04:38 Convert a Stereo track to Mono to get the fade out effect
05:12 Convert to the .ogg format
06:09 Renaming the new file to match an existing Minecraft Record name
06:54 Adding in a .json file so that the name of the disk displays correctly in Minecraft
07:32 Opening the current assets folder to find the .json file
08:21 Copying the .json file over to the new assets folder
08:49 Editing the .json file
11:54 Compiling the new Resource Pack to a zip file
13:26 Putting the new Resource Pack into Minecraft
14:14 Activating the new Records Resource Pack
15:34 Checking out the new record in Minecraft
15:54 Minecraft Custom Records Review
16:09 Like, Share, Subscribe
This Custom Minecraft Records video is recorded in Minecraft 1.15.2 but most of these ideas will work with other versions of Minecraft as well. Project includes downloadable Minecraft Music Discs Playlist.
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The music sample used is from the YouTube Audio Library
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