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Ambient Sounds using Vanilla Sounds and Commands Map

Minecraft Version: 1.8.7, 1.7.10, 1.7.2 | Developer: onnowhere | 314 views |

Ambient Sounds adds over 150 new sounds to various events and biome locations to your world in vanilla using combinations of various vanilla sounds! There are sounds for witches, opening inventories, falling from the sky, underwater, in caves, in oceans, placing redstone dust, walking on cake, and more! Created using 1738 command blocks and 130 scoreboard objectives!

UPDATE! Use http://pastebin.com/j1YBNs1f  and paste in a command block for a one click update from v.1.1 to v.1.2! This fixes a barrier block problem and lowers the sound volume of the clock! If you are usin v.1.2 or above, no need to use this update.

The following gamerules are suggested when using this device: 

  • /gamerule commandBlockOut false
  • /gamerule logAdminCommands false

Ambient Sounds using Vanilla Sounds and Commands Map

MAp Features:

Menus:

  • “/trigger ASHelp set [page#]” – Display a page of the help list with all command options
  • “/trigger ASList set 1” – Display current status of personal sound settings
  • – Every player can toggle certain sounds to disable or enable hearing them!
  • – The operator can enable/disable the very few particles used in this creation

Sounds:
Block based:

– Stepping on/Traveling through:
  • Tall grass
  • Short grass
  • Sugar cane
  • Leaves
  • Lily pads
  • Netherrack
  • Nether quartz ore
  • Soul sand
  • Glass types
  • Packed ice
  • Ice
  • Rail types
  • Anvils
  • Hollow wood (Wood with air underneath)
  • Hollow stone (Stone with air underneath)
  • Noteblocks
  • Upward facing pistons
  • Upward facing sticky pistons
  • Piston heads
  • Sticky piston heads
  • Gravel
  • Chests
  • Enderchests
  • Dry/Wet Sponge
  • Cake!
  • Water (underwater)
  • Boats
– Other:
  • Nether portal travel sound!
  • Nether portal back to overworld travel sound!
  • End portal travel sound!
– Falling on:
  • Dirt
  • Grass
  • Glass types
  • Wood
  • Falling through air (3 stages)
  • Breaking bone sound from falling from high heights
  • Diving in water
– Placing down:
  • Redstone dust
  • Eating cake
  • Bonemealing
  • Crops
  • Potting plants
  • Doors
  • Skulls
  • Heads
  • Lily pads
  • Signs
  • Placing water/lava
  • Draining water
  • Draining lava
  • Armor stands
  • Banners
    Paintings
  • Item frames
  • Breaking item frames
  • Putting item in item frame
  • Taking item out of item frame
  • Item frame with clock inside
  • Boats
  • Minecart types

Inventory based:

Interacting with:
  • Crafting table
  • Dispenser
  • Dropper
  • Hopper
  • Furnace
  • Trapped chest
  • Brewing stand
  • Beacons
  • Ender chests
  • Enchanting items in enchantment table
  • Filling cauldrons
  • Draining cauldrons
  • Cleaning banners
  • Cleaning armor
  • Static while putting disc in jukebox

Entity based:

Player:
  • Hitting mobs air woosh
  • Metal sword hitting armored mob clang
  • Dropping items
  • Switching between hotbar slots with items
  • Putting on/taking off armor
  • Occasional heartbeat sound while near some hostile mobs
  • Holding liquid item swishing noise
  • Holding lava boiling and pop
  • Holding torch/redstone torch sizzling
    Holding clock tick tock sound
  • Open inventory
  • Login shuffling sound
  • Respawn shuffling sound

Friendly:
(There are several variations of these mob’s idle sounds)

  • Villager sounds
  • Cow sounds
  • Cow eating
  • Pig sounds
  • Pig eating
  • Sheep sounds
  • Sheep eating
  • Chicken sounds
  • Chicken eating
  • Sunrise chicken cock-a-doodle-doo!
  • Wolf sounds
  • Wolf eating
  • Moonrise wolf howl!
  • Ocelot sounds
  • Ocelot eating
  • Ocelot hiss at one fist hit before death
  • Rabbit eating
  • Horse eating
  • Bat wing flapping
  • Mating animals: pop! sound when born

Hostile:

  • Zombie sounds
  • Hitting zombie squish sound
  • Skeleton sounds
  • Endermen sounds
  • Spider sounds
  • Zombie Pigment sounds
  • Blaze sounds
  • Ghast cries
  • Witch hurt sound
  • Witch drinking sound
  • Witch disapproval while drinking sound
  • Witch throwing potion sound
  • Witch death sound
  • Slime attacking sound occasional
  • Magma cube flopping sound when collapsing
  • Silverfish crawling
  • Endermite crawling

Other:

  • Enderdragon egg right/left click teleport sound
  • Arrow whistling sound when shot
  • Endercrystal static
  • Arrow hitting endercrystal glass breaking crash
  • Liquid flowing sound while boating

Biome/Location based:

Outside environment:

Criterea: Standing on grass/dirt/water/stone/gravel/mycelium/leaves/sand/sandstone/stone while not in a cave/ocean biome
Sounds:
  • Wind (various)
  • Bird chirping
  • Night time howling
    Night time critters (various)
  • Night time owl hooting
  • Midnight cicadas

Inside environment:
Criterea: If you are not in any of the other location settings
Sounds:

  • Spiders somewhere in the house, crawling noises
  • Dusty sounds
  • Very softly playing slow disc 13
  • Very softly playing fast disc 11
  • That random thump in the night that you always hear but don’t know what causes it

Forest environment:

Criterea: Certain amount of oak/birch leaves in region
Sounds:

  • Wind
  • Birds chirping
  • Leaves rustling

Roofed forest environment:

Criterea: Certain amount of dark oak leaves in region
Sounds:

  • Wind
  • Birds chirping
  • Background static
  • Strange critter sounds (various)
  • Leaves rustling

Jungle environment:
Criterea: Certain amount of jungle leaves in region
Sounds:

  • Wind
  • Birds chirping
  • Leaves rustling
  • Strange critter sounds (various)
  • Liquid dripping (various)

Cave environment:
Criterea: Certain amount of stone above and below player in region
Sounds:

  • Background static
  • Liquid dripping (various)

Cliff environment:
Criterea: Near edge of a cliff with certain amount of air in region and above y=110
Sounds:

  • Howling wind

Ocean environment:
Criterea: Certain amount of water in region
Sounds:

  • Ocean wind
  • Seagull chirping
  • Liquid flowing noises (various)

Nether environment:

Criterea: Certain amount of netherrack in region and in Nether dimension
Sounds:

  • Nether wind
  • Thundering sounds
  • Various background wither cries (various)
  • Clanging sounds (various)

Nether Fortress environment:
Criterea: Certain amount of nether brick in region and in Nether dimension

Sounds:

  • Gear wind background static
  • Thudding/clanging sounds (various)
  • Thundering sounds

End environment:
Criterea: In end dimension
Sounds:

  • Gear wind background static
  • Static sounds from endercrystals
  • Thundering background sounds

Particles:

Particles:
  • Stepping on dirt types
  • Stepping on snow types
  • Stepping on gravel
  • Stepping on sand
  • Bubbles on players and items underwater
  • Enchanting item floating letter effect
  • Endercrystal particles

Not noted in video:
Outside environment:
Criterea: Standing on grass/dirt/water/stone/gravel/mycelium/leaves/sand/sandstone/stone while not in a cave/ocean biome
Sounds:

  • Wind (various)
  • Bird chirping
  • Night time howling
  • Night time critters (various)
  • Night time owl hooting
  • Midnight cicadas
  • Also, bats play flapping noises when flying!

Download comes with:

  • – [Compact] World download with command blocks and examples of all sounds
  • – [Expanded] Expanded version of above with easier to access command blocks
  • – [Pre-loaded] Survival world with commands preloaded inside
  • – [Schematic] Schematic of compact version with all commands inside

Using it in your world:

  • – Once pasted into your world, simply press the button for creating all scoreboards, and then flick the lever up at the starting area to power the entire mechanic
  • – Read all signs to be informed!
  • – Don’t forget the help commands if you need them!

Other notes:

  • – It is possible to use resource pack sounds to go along with this, although the sounds that are played may be mixed into the sounds of the command block generated ones (either for the better or worse based on your preferance)
  • – If you look into how the commands work a bit, you can add more sounds if you want!

Ambient Sounds Installation:

  1. Download Ambient Sounds
  2. On Windows, use keys Windows+R and then typing “%appdata%/.minecraft/saves/” into the command line. (On a Mac, your save files are in: ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/saves/). This will open the saves folder.
  3. Drag your downloader map (after unzip or unrar) in the zip/rar folderMap into saves folder.
  4. Close windows and reopen Minecraft.
  5. Select your map and play.

Download Ambient Sounds:

Ambient Sounds.zip

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