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As in most games, Music plays a role in setting the mood for players in Minecraft. When settings are enabled, ambient music will play within the Overworld, The Nether and in The End. It also plays within game menus, and during the Credits.
All music in Minecraft is produced by Daniel Rosenfeld (also known as C418), a freelance musician from Germany.
There are many music tracks which play regardless of where a player is located within a Minecraft world. However, each type of area in Minecraft (i.e. The Overworld, The Nether etc.) typically has a few tracks which are unique to that area. Creative Mode also has a few exclusive tracks, as does the main menu. This table will only list the origninal 12 Tracks.
|Music||File Name||Run Time||Notes|
|Minecraft||calm1||4:21||When counting both parts of mice on Venus it's own song, This is the longest track in the game|
|Haggstrom||hal3||3:24||This and Mice on Venus are the only two songs to have a second part|
|Key||naunce1||1:06||This is the shortest track in the game|
|Wet Hands||piano2||1:31||This is known as the theme for Minecraft, although that title really goes to Minecraft|
|Mice on Venus||piano3||4:42 (New)
|This and Haggstrom are the only two songs to have a second part
When counting both parts as one song, this is the longest track in the game.
The old version of the song was much shorter, and did not include the second part and only included half of the first. This also made Minecraft the original longest song.
Types of Music
- In the Overworld, the music is calm and peaceful which creates a sense of harmony.
- In the Nether, the music is dark and sounds evil.