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Birds Screaming Loop[]

I was looking in the loops folder under sound and the file "birds screaming loop.ogg" is in there. I am wondering what this sounded like and why it is named so. --Isadore21 -_- 02:22, 8 January 2011 (UTC)

It sounds like birds.Toadbert

Tnt sound[]

Does anyone know where the tnt sound is found?

                             Rellaj5 17:55, 13 November 2011 (UTC)

Why did they change the sound structure?[]

Why was the sound structure changed? The way it was before with the "minecraft/assets/sound" method was so much more convenient, organised and easy to look at as an example when making a resource pack with new sound effects for the game. The way they have it now with the indexed file names is disorganised and very daunting to go through. Seems like a step back.

Thanks for all the updates.[]

I am shocked how well this page has been maintained. I am shocked how I updated this 1 year ago and only got an email update today (my Gmail eats mail) I also still shocked how I was the one to begin documenting the weird new sound. I remember dreaming out cause I had nothing to go on... AkaZombie (talk) 06:51, 3 November 2014 (UTC)

Where are the sounds?[]

I am looking for the sound files, there is no "virtual" folder. Where is that? Also, could somebody write more of the structure of the sound directory on the page? Nmoleo64 (talk) 23:12, 1 May 2015 (UTC)

It seems that in recent versions Mojang removed the sound files from the "assets/virtual" folder and obfuscated them, meaning the actual files are no longer contained there. There is a decent list of files on resource pack and a list of all files in the folder "assets/indexes" though. KnightMiner t/c 00:19, 3 May 2015 (UTC)

Python sound extraction[]

I was trying to use python to extract the files from 1.15 version and it says there's a syntax error in line 22: MC_OBJECT_INDEX = f"{MC_ASSETS}/indexes/{MC_VERSION}.json" If anyone could explain how to solve this issue? Thanks.

Incorrect location specified[]

In the first Section "Locating specific sound files" this looks wrong;

Find the folder indexes, which is found under the same assets folder as objects, where the sound files are indexed and logged in the sounds.json file. Select the version you want and open the sounds.json file with a program that supports it, such as Notepad.

Should be replaced with something inline with;

1 Inside your .minecraft folder, navigate to assets/indexes.
2 Find the .json file corresponding to your Minecraft version (e.g. 1.16.json), and open it with a text editor.

as per the Section "Finding a sound's path" on https://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Tutorials/Creating_a_resource_pack – Unsigned comment added by 217.164.20.145 (talk) at 9:24, 16 December 2020 (UTC). Sign comments with ~~~~

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