Soundpack not working?

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NinjaPotafo

Aspiring Commoner
Mar 9, 2014
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Ok, so I got tired of listening to the sounds of silence while playing Minecraft and decided to download the Soundpack. I got on here, downloaded 1.1, moved it to my resource packs folder and restarted Minecraft. I then proceeded to turn off all sound except my music and master volume. I went to the resource packs area and moved it to the right hand collumn, turning it on just like any Resource Pack. I then went back to the game and kept playing, until I noticed something. My game was still playing normal Minecraft music! I proceeded to ask around the server for help, and people helped me as best they could, but nothing worked. It's still playing the normal music, not the music it should be. Can someone who has the Soundpack or knows how to, help me? Thank you so much, it really is appreciated. I'll cya'll!
 

Indorilian

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Mar 1, 2014
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#2
I'm not sure ( someone please correct me) but I'm pretty sure all the music and other sounds are under the other sound option, so you could trying turning on the game sound and music
 

Wodleth

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Mar 1, 2014
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#4
The soundpack doesn't replace all minecraft music, there are still normal music in there, mixed with Lotr music. I think there's about 4 custom Lotr songs
 

Top_Gun

Aspiring Commoner
Mar 5, 2014
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I think I remember seeing something about newer resource pack updates supporting per-location music, so would it be theoretically possible to replicate the functions of the MatmosMCME mod using a sound pack?
 

Portalrules333

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Apr 9, 2014
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#7
Soundpack never seems to work for me either. However, since most people have used it I guess it works sometimes. Good luck with figuring it out,
Ninja.