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This version has been updated to work with Sponge API v7. Original plugin post available at 🎼 Composer v2.0.0 -- Note block music importer and player [MC1.10.2+/API5+]
Composer is a full featured note block music importer and player. Import Note Block Studio files by placing them in the config/composer/tracks/ directory and the plugin will automatically load them on start.
Composer comes with a full music player built in as shown below. There are commands for each action you can perform within this menu as well as the text itself being clickable.
- Per player music player for loaded tracks.
- Play, pause, shuffle, skip, back actions.
- Flexible API to allow developers to create compositions programmatically or import other file formats.
- Place the composer-x.x.jar file in your mods/ folder.
- Place your .nbs files in the config/composer/tracks/ directory.
- Run the server.
As of v4.1.0 Composer support playlists. To use playlists enable the option in default.conf
Creating a playlist
- Under config/composer/playlists create a folder with the desired name.
- Place your .nbs files in the folder you created.
- Run the server.
Set a playlist
/music playlist <playlist> command.
Setting a default playlist
Change the config option to the playlist name.
Note: The -p lets you target a player other than yourself.
/music: Base command for plugin. These can be used interchangeably.
/music play [-p <player>] <trackNumber>
/music play-once [-p <player>] <trackNumber>
/music pause [-p <player>]
/music resume [-p <player>]
/music shuffle [-p <player>]
/music queue [-p <player>]: Shows this player’s play queue
/music next [-p <player>]
/music previous [-p <player>]
/music playlist <playlist> [-p <player>]: Sets an active playlist.
/music loop-track: Loops the track.
/music loop-playlist: Loops the playlist.
composer.musicplayer: Allows access to music player commands.
composer.musicplayer.others: Allows use of -p flag.