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Java Edition Classic0.0.14a_08Music was tested. "calm1.ogg", "calm2.ogg", and "calm3.ogg" were the only music available and would play as ambience music tracks.0.24_SURVIVAL_TESTMusic was released to the public for the first time.Java Edition Indev?The player can now hear music only within a short distance from the spot the player was in when the track started, possibly due to a bug. In most instances, the music was heard loudest near the Indev House, and got quieter the farther the player went from the house.Java Edition Infdev20100227-1Music now no longer plays.Java Edition Alphav1.0.14Music now plays once again. The music bug from Indev is fixed. Music now plays everywhere in the world.v1.1.1Added sliders allowing the player to change the volume of in-game music. Added the "calm4.ogg" file.v1.1.2Removed the "calm4.ogg" file.v1.2.0?Added "hal1.ogg", "hal2.ogg", "hal3.ogg", "hal4.ogg", "nuance1.ogg", "nuance2.ogg", "piano1.ogg", "piano2.ogg", and "piano3.ogg".v1.2.1Music now plays in multiplayer.Java Edition1.6.113w24aMusic can now be altered using a resource pack.Music is now stored in 1.7.213w36aThe volume of jukeboxes and other music can now be adjusted independently.13w42aMusic is now stored in .13w43aMusic played by jukeboxes now loops.1.7Music now pauses when pausing the game.2013 Music UpdateAdded tracks "boss.ogg", "creative1.ogg", "creative2.ogg", "creative3.ogg", "creative4.ogg", "creative5.ogg", "creative6.ogg", "credits.ogg", "end.ogg", "menu1.ogg", "menu2.ogg", "menu3.ogg", "menu4.ogg", "nether1.ogg", "nether2.ogg", "nether3.ogg", and "nether4.ogg".1.8?Music files are now stored as an indexed hash, rather than stored directly in the folder.1.12pre6"credits.ogg" now plays properly during the End Poem and credits.1.13pre1Added tracks "shuniji.ogg", "dragon_fish.ogg", and "axolotl.ogg".1.1620w15aAdded tracks "rubedo.ogg", "chrysopoeia.ogg" and "so_below.ogg".20w17aMusic no longer stops abruptly when switching gamemodes or going underwater.[3]Pocket Edition1.0.0alpha downloadable vanilla in-game music, which contains "boss.ogg", "calm1.ogg", "calm2.ogg", "calm3.ogg", "creative1.ogg", "creative2.ogg", "creative3.ogg", "creative4.ogg", "creative5.ogg", "creative6.ogg", "credits.ogg", "end.ogg", "hal1.ogg", "hal2.ogg", "hal3.ogg", "hal4.ogg", "menu1.ogg", "menu2.ogg", "menu3.ogg", "menu4.ogg", "nether1.ogg", "nether2.ogg", "nether3.ogg", "nether4.ogg", "nuance1.ogg", "nuance2.ogg", "piano1.ogg", "piano2.ogg", and "piano3.ogg" tracks.Bedrock Edition1.12.0beta now still plays if the keyboard is being used.1.16.0beta tracks "shunji.ogg", "dragon_fish.ogg", "axolotl.ogg", "chrysopoeia.ogg", "rubedo.ogg" and "so_below.ogg".1.16.100beta no longer stops abruptly when switching gamemodes or going underwater.[1]Legacy Console EditionTU1CU1 1.0 Patch 11.0.1Added "calm1.ogg", "calm2.ogg", "calm3.ogg", "hal1.ogg", "hal2.ogg", "hal3.ogg", "hal4.ogg", "nuance1.ogg", "nuance2.ogg", "piano1.ogg", "piano2.ogg", and "piano3.ogg" as ambiance music tracks. Added sliders to change the volume of in game music. Added the "calm4.ogg" file.TU9Added tracks "end.ogg", "nether1.ogg", and "nether2.ogg"TU13Added tracks "nether3.ogg" and "nether4.ogg"TU24 1.07 Added tracks "boss.ogg", "creative1.ogg", "creative2.ogg", "creative3.ogg", "creative4.ogg", "creative5.ogg", "creative6.ogg", "credits.ogg", "menu1.ogg", "menu2.ogg", "menu3.ogg", and "menu4.ogg"TU36CU25 1.28 Patch 7Added Battle minigame tracks.TU41CU30 1.33 Patch 11Added Tumble minigame tracks.TU51CU41 1.44 Patch 201.0.3Added Glide minigame tracks.
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Music of Minecraft

Music from the video game Minecraft

The music of the video game Minecraft was primarily composed by German musician Daniel Rosenfeld, better known as C418.[1] In the legacy console editions of the game, there are 12 additional songs available in DLC for the game, composed by Gareth Coker. Later on in the game's history, Lena Raine composed 4 tracks for the game. The game's soundtrack is mostly instrumental ambient music. It has been praised by critics;[2] in 2011, the video game blog Kotaku chose the soundtrack as one of the best video game soundtracks of that year.[3]Minecraft's soundtrack was released across two soundtrack albums, Minecraft - Volume Alpha (2011), and Minecraft - Volume Beta (2013). Both albums include music featured in the game, as well as other music included in trailers, and instrumentals that were not included in the game's final release.[4] In 2015, Rosenfeld hinted at a potential upcoming third album for Minecraft's soundtrack.[5] In 2017, Rosenfeld confirmed the future release, claiming the album "is still far from done".


In a panel at MineCon in 2012, Rosenfeld stated that he has had a long-term interest in video games, and was involved with several video game communities.[7] He met Markus Persson in an Internet Relay Chat (IRC), and began composing music for Minecraft when the game was in its very early stages as a tech demo.[8] The two shared interest in Aphex Twin, and exchanged each other's projects. Both were impressed by each other's work, and eventually, Persson chose to pair Rosenfeld's music with his game.[9]


Danny Baranowsky had previously suggested that Rosenfeld upload his music to the online music platform Bandcamp.[7] On 4 March 2011, Rosenfeld released the game's first soundtrack album, Minecraft - Volume Alpha, on his Bandcamp account.[4] The album was later released on other digital download services.[10] On 9 November 2013, Rosenfeld released the second soundtrack album, Minecraft - Volume Beta.[11][8] On 21 August 2015, a physical release of Minecraft - Volume Alpha, consisting of CDs, black vinyl, and limited-edition transparent green vinyl LPs, was issued by acclaimed indie electronic label Ghostly International.[12][13]

In 2014, console editions of Minecraft received downloadable content containing holiday themed music, which was also composed by Rosenfeld.[14]

Minecraft - Volume Alpha[edit]

On 4 March 2011, C418 released Minecraft - Volume Alpha, the first Minecraft soundtrack album, and his eighth album overall.[4] The album comprises most of the music featured in the game, as well as other music included in trailers, and instrumentals that were not included in the game's final release. On the topic of the songs in Minecraft - Volume Alpha, Rosenfeld stated:

I like to add more stuff to the songs that are in the game because I feel that players are probably not as interested in buying music that's already in the game. So, extending the album into a more cohesive piece that can be played on its own feels better than just taking all of the sound files and slapping them onto an album.[16]

The album was met with positive reviews, with Andy Kellman from AllMusic praising its replay value, stating that "none of the recurring elements is pronounced or simple enough to become fatiguing with repeated play"[15]

3."Subwoofer Lullaby"3:28
5."Living Mice"2:57
6."Moog City"2:40
11."Mice on Venus"4:41
12."Dry Hands"1:08
13."Wet Hands"1:30
23."Droopy Likes Ricochet"1:36
24."Droopy Likes Your Face"1:56
Total length:59:31
1."Subwoofer Lullaby"3:28
2."Living Mice"2:57
3."Moog City"2:40
1."Mice on Venus"4:41
2."Dry Hands"1:08
3."Wet Hands"1:30

Minecraft - Volume Beta[edit]

On 9 November 2013, C418 released Minecraft - Volume Beta, the second Minecraft soundtrack album, and his thirteenth album overall.[11] The album includes newer music that was added into the game after the release of Minecraft - Volume Alpha, as well as other music exclusive to the album. Tracks 20 to 29 consist of the audio from 10 of the 13 in-game "music discs" that can be found by players of the game. The album has a generally darker tone than its precursor; Rosenfeld claims that "the tone [of the album] is both more positive and at times very dark".[17]

The album was completely self-released by Rosenfeld, and appeared on the BillboardDance/Electronic Albums chart, peaking at number 14.[18]

3."Dead Voxel"4:56
4."Blind Spots"5:32
6."Moog City 2"3:00
7."Concrete Halls"4:14
8."Biome Fest"6:18
10."Haunt Muskie"6:01
12."Floating Trees"4:04
13."Aria Math"5:10
15."Ballad of the Cats"4:35
17."Beginning 2"2:56
19."The End"15:04
Total length:2:20:48
3."Blind Spots"5:28
1."Biome Fest"6:09
2."Aria Math"5:09
1."Beginning 2"2:48
2."Moog City 2"2:52
3."The End"15:04

Minecraft: Nether Update (Original Game Soundtrack)[edit]

An EP was produced by Lena Raine titled Minecraft: Nether Update on 14 June 2020. The EP contains five tracks introduced into the 1.16 update of Minecraft. Mojang originally requested Raine a demo soundtrack based on her previous album, Oneknowing. Raine initially felt intimidated due to the game's score being highly acclaimed. Raine benefited from the game being already accessible and played the Nether world for inspiration. Raine was provided with three-minute looping tracks as samples of what the Nether would provide. Raine used the tracks to further inspire the composition of the songs and intended to make it sound as if the song was emerging from the ambient tracks.[20] Raine noted that one of the primary instruments used for the music of Minecraft is the piano and challenged herself to use piano and modify the sound to make it sound like something else entirely.[21]

3."So Below"5:19
4."Pigstep (Mono Mix)"2:28
5."Pigstep (Stereo Mix)"2:28

Upcoming C418 album[edit]

In 2015, Rosenfeld hinted at a potential upcoming third album for Minecraft's soundtrack, stating "I'll still work on Minecraft, so there'll probably be another album".[5] In 2017, Rosenfeld confirmed the future release, claiming the album "is still far from done".

After the "Update Aquatic" update of 2018, three new songs were added to the game as underwater music. These songs – "Dragon Fish", "Shuniji", "Axolotl" – were released by Rosenfeld respectively on August 9, November 10, and December 12, 2018, on Spotify as singles. All of them are to be included in the third album.[citation needed] Rosenfeld confirmed on Twitter that the third album will not be called "Volume Gamma"[22] and it will be longer than the previous two albums combined (which in total is over three hours and 18 minutes).

On 8 January 2021, Rosenfeld was asked in an interview with Anthony Fantano whether or not there was still a third volume of the soundtrack in the works. Rosenfeld responded that "I have something, I consider it finished, but things have become complicated especially as Minecraft is now a big property. So I don't know".[23]


Minecraft - Volume Alpha was first released on Rosenfeld's Bandcamp account, and later released on other digital download services.[10] On 21 August 2015, a physical release of the album, consisting CD and vinyl, was issued by Ghostly International.[12]Minecraft – Volume Beta was completely self-released by Rosenfeld, released on his Bandcamp account and other digital download services on 9 November 2013.[24]


The soundtrack's minimalistic and melancholic composition has been praised by critics.[2] On the topic of the music's minimalism, Rosenfeld has stated that it was "unavoidable", as "Minecraft has a terrible sound engine".[8] The ambient music style of the soundtrack has been compared to the works of Brian Eno, Erik Satie, Aphex Twin, and Vangelis.[8][16] In 2018, The Boar described the soundtrack's composition as "nostalgia in its purest form".[25]


Minecraft - Volume Beta[edit]


  1. ^"Who Is Minecraft's C418?". Lifewire. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  2. ^ ab"The quiet importance of the Minecraft soundtrack". Kill Screen. Archived from the original on 8 August 2018. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  3. ^Hamilton, Kirk. "All of the Best Video Game Music of 2011". Kotaku. Gawker Media. Archived from the original on 20 November 2012. Retrieved 14 November 2012.
  4. ^ abcde"Minecraft Volume Alpha on Bandcamp". 4 March 2011. Archived from the original on 19 September 2012. Retrieved 25 September 2012.
  5. ^ ab"Can You Dig It: FACT meets Minecraft composer C418". FACT Magazine. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  6. ^ ab"Minecon 2012 - The Music of Minecraft & Minecraft Documentary". PC Gamer. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  7. ^ abcdStuart, Keith (7 November 2014). "How Daniel Rosenfeld wrote Minecraft's music". The Guardian. Archived from the original on 6 January 2017.
  8. ^"We Spoke to the Minecraft Composer Who Makes A Living Off the Gaming Community". Thump (Vice). Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  9. ^ abcC418. "Minecraft - Volume Alpha". iTunes. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  10. ^ abcd"Minecraft Volume Beta on Bandcamp". 9 November 2013. Archived from the original on 9 November 2013. Retrieved 9 November 2013.
  11. ^ ab"Minecraft soundtrack to receive vinyl release this summer". FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music. Archived from the original on 2 July 2015.
  12. ^"C418 presents Minecraft Volume Alpha". Ghostly International. Archived from the original on 29 June 2015. Retrieved 30 November 2015.
  13. ^Mahardy, Mike (9 December 2014). "Celebrate the Holidays With Minecraft Mash-Up DLC". IGN. Retrieved 21 December 2019.
  14. ^ abKellman, Andy "Minecraft - Volume Alpha Review", AllMusic, Macrovision Corporation, retrieved 21 March 2018
  15. ^ ab"Minecraft's Composer Explains Why the Music Is 'So Weird'". Motherboard (Vice). Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  16. ^Rosenfeld, Daniel. "Minecraft Volume Beta - C418". C418.org. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  17. ^ ab"C418 Chart History". Billboard Charts. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  18. ^Raine, Lena [@kuraine] (June 28, 2020). "Okay let's break apart Pigstep! I don't have any cool insight on the title, it's just dubstep for piglins. I don't think they know what dubstep is, but I'm not writing the lore here I just wanted to write a fun little track that was good to dance to~" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  19. ^"Lena Raine on 'Celeste' & the 'Minecraft Nether Update'". Spitfireaudio.com. 8 February 2021. Archived from the original on 8 February 2021. Retrieved 15 February 2021.
  20. ^"Celeste composer Lena Raine has composed custom tracks for 'the Nether Update' on Minecraft". Windowscentral.com. 9 April 2020. Archived from the original on 12 April 2020. Retrieved 15 February 2021.
  21. ^Rosenfeld, Daniel [@C418] (January 21, 2017). "nope" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  22. ^"10 Years of the Minecraft Soundtrack - C418 INTERVIEW". YouTube.
  23. ^ abC418. "Minecraft - Volume Beta by C418". iTunes. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  24. ^"The lasting power of Minecraft's procedurally-generated music". The Boar. Retrieved 21 March 2018.

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