[FUN] SoundCenter - Music, Sounds and Voice Chat for your Server! [BukkitDev]

Discussion in 'Archived: Plugin Releases' started by WegFetZ, Mar 18, 2011.

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    SoundCenter - Music, Sounds and Voice Chat for your Server!

    Version: v0.1

    CustomMusic is back! Now as SoundCenter!

    SoundCenter (formerly CustomMusic) allows you to set music boxes or regions that stream your own music, sound effects or webradio to all players in realtime.
    It also implements a simple voice chat for Minecraft.
    In the future SoundCenter will add a lot of cool audio features to minecraft, such as sound effects on events.

    To give you a very little idea of what it does (video is not up-to-date):

    More info on:

    or on BukkitDev

    • You can set imaginary jukeboxes, cuboid areas or worlds and biomes as music stations
    • Stations can either play your own music or sound effects, or webradio streams
    • You can also play music globally on the whole server
    • You can upload your own music files easily via the SoundCenter client
    • Supported audio formats: mp3, midi, ogg (for webradio only)
    • Everything is easily and intuitively managable with the clients user interface
    • Every feature is configurable and you can limit access with permissions
    Extra Features:
    • Voice chat
      • SoundCenter adds a simple voice chat to your Bukkit server
      • You can speak locally (only players that are not far from you can hear you. Volume depends on their distance)
      • But you can also speak globally (The whole server can hear you)
      • You can disable voice chat on your server if you don't like this feature
    • many more to come
    How does it work?

    Okay so I have SoundCenter installed on my server, what to do now?
    It's easy: Login to your server. If you are not running the client yet, you will see a message with a link to www.sound-center.com. If you follow this link, the SoundCenter client will load and automatically fill in the required information to connect to your server.
    Press connect - now you can add and upload your songs in the "Music" tab, or add biomes or worlds to your stations. If you want to set boxes and areas, you can do this ingame via /sc set <area|box>. That's easier, because the box will be created at your coordinates.
    You can edit all properties of your stations by pressing the "Edit Station" button in the "Stations" tab.

    For detailed instructions on how to install or use the commands visit the HOW TO USE section on BukkitDev.

    Before you post any Issues/ Bugs:
    Goblom, Maxster99, gnftoxic and 10 others like this.
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    I found toggling in game music on 100%, then move around for like 5 seconds, then music should start, then go back into options and turn in game music off again.

    Seems to work fine for me.
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    thanks worked fine for me too! You're mah hero :D
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    Glad to hear.

    @WegFetZ - This is a bug? The music is sometimes hindered when users have in game volume turned off.

    Fix - Go into Options and turn in-game volume to 100%, move around for 5-10 seconds & music will start. Afterwards go back to Options and turn in-game music off (As in-game music will play as well as the music from here).
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    Startclient never stays open it just says Bye and closes
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    I have no idea what could cause this error... Have you maybe changed the port in the cm.properties file but not in the AudioClient.properties?

    I tested this out and atm the maximum range is 100. I will try to change this.

    Actually it should be completely independent of the ingame volume.
    But the calculation wether a box is in range is only done when the player moves...
    I will try to make it calculate once on login, teleportation and on /cm toggle command.

    Is the plugin running on your server and are the ports forwarded and set in both, your plugin's and the AudioClient's properties file?
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    ok i fix it. i did something wrong with the port :)
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    when this is released, all admins will love you ;)
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    Now with Permissions and GroupManager support!
    More info in the first post.
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    Hello, I'd like to try this out but the file hosting service you are using disallows more than 1 file per 60 Minutes...Which is annoyingly long. Can you mirror it?
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    Did you try dropbox and uploaded.to? I can't upload it elsewhere atm because i'm not at home
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    Daniel Few

    Heya, im having an issue.

    When i run MC_AudioCliant.jar i get the following error:

    C:\Users\Daniel\Desktop\MC\Audio>java -jar "MC_AudioClient.jar" DanJames
    Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError: Bad version n
    umber in .class file
    at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass1(Native Method)
    at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass(ClassLoader.java:621)
    at java.security.SecureClassLoader.defineClass(SecureClassLoader.java:12
    at java.net.URLClassLoader.defineClass(URLClassLoader.java:260)
    at java.net.URLClassLoader.access$100(URLClassLoader.java:56)
    at java.net.URLClassLoader$1.run(URLClassLoader.java:195)
    at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
    at java.net.URLClassLoader.findClass(URLClassLoader.java:188)
    at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(ClassLoader.java:307)
    at sun.misc.Launcher$AppClassLoader.loadClass(Launcher.java:268)
    at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(ClassLoader.java:252)
    at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClassInternal(ClassLoader.java:320)

    Can anyone help me with this,
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    @Daniel Few
    Are you using the latest java version(1.6)?
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    Is it required to download the client to hear the music?
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    Yes, it is.
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    Daniel Few

    Heya, yes i'm running 1.6, i've got a Windows 7 (64 bit) dunno if that makes a difference to the version i need.

    (I'm running JAVA 32 bit)
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    I'm using Windows 7 64bit with java 64bit and everything works fine. Maybe using 64bit java would solve your problem.
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    Daniel Few

    Do you have a link for that download, can't seem to find it.
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    The PC Tech Guy

    This error occurs when connecting directly to the Minecraft server port itself, which I did once. Maybe if you put this in your FAQ that the port is NOT the server port (ex. 25565).
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    Daniel Few

    Heya, thnx for the help. I downloaded that and installed it (un-installed 32bit) however i got LOADS of errors in the command window mostly saying this,

    Caused by: java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError: Bad version number in .class file

    and others like this

    11:11:32 [SEVERE] Could not load plugins\TimeAnnounce.jar in plugins: null

    Thanks for any help :)

    Note: ALL my plugins failed to load on startup.

    Ok, i've had a fiddle around and i think i've got 32bit and 64bit Java installed, however i am getting closer :).

    Now when i run the startcliant.bat file it says...

    C:\Users\Daniel\Desktop\MC\Audio>java -jar "MC_AudioClient.jar" DanJames
    Connection closed. Bye!

    Anyone know what causes this?

    Thanks alot,

    Don't worry, fixed it now :) Thanks alot for all your help guys :)
    Although as said above, i think in the insatllation instuctions you should mention trhat in both properties files, the server-port=ISNT your server port number, its a new open port for this plugin. That id causes confusion.

    But excellent plugin and i cant wait to try it :)

    EDIT by Moderator: merged posts, please use the edit button instead of double posting.
    Last edited by a moderator: May 12, 2016
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    You're right, I'll add this :D
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    i keep geting this java error when using the audioclient

    Couldn't get te I/O for xx.xxx.xxx.xxx
    Couldn't get the I/O for xx.xxx.xxx.xxx
    Exception in thread "songReceiver" Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NullpointerException
            at otherFuncs.sendSongList(otherFuncs.java:64)
            at otherFuncs.upload(otherFuncs.java:10)
            at Client.main(Client.java:114)
            at songReceiver.run(songReceiver.java:38)
    Couldn't get te I/O for
    Exception in thread "Thread-0" java.lang.NullPointerException
            at otherFuncs.sendSongList(otherFuncs.java:64)
            at otherFuncs.upload(otherFuncs.java:10)
            at Console.run(Console.java:34)
    I replaced the ip with Xs
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    The PC Tech Guy

    Can you have it displayed in such a way that those with the AudioClient can update easily as well? (When it is updated.) Maybe like a .jar only file. Because I rather they not go through the nonsense of them trying to configure it themselves, I configure it for them and upload it on SkyDrive.
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    Did you set up the port in your AudioClient.properties file?
    Note that it is NOT your minecraft server's port but the port of the plugin (which you have set in the cm.properties file).
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    yes i have the port its at 4224 and the port is forwarded
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    Please Help me i have Windows 7 Ultimace x64 and i cant run AudioClient. :/
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    Tried it, Works :)
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    do other users need AudioClient to hear the music ?
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    Yes, they do.
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    Hey this is such ana amazing plugin. I have always wanted to blast death metal from my minecraft room ;) scare away those creepers!

    One bug i have found, i have the settings to 1 mp3 and 1 box per person in the config (Untill you can choose the music), i uploaded a mp3, everything worked great, i wanted ot change the song, so i deleted the song from the folder in both my server and on my hdd. I then put in the new file in the right folder on my pc, uploaded it through AudioClient. But it still plays the old song, There is no trace of this old mp3 on the server anymore, and not on my pc or my friends pc who is hearing the same thing.

    Whats with this??

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