If you’ve ever tried to add new audio files into the Minecraft world, then you know it can be a painful process. Adding new sounds to Minecraft’s core files can present all sorts of different problems. Vanilla sounds can be accidentally overwritten and the new sounds might never work.
Fortunately, one modder decided to take matters into his own hands when he created AudioTori. AudioTori is a self-proclaimed “cascading sound pack manager” that allows Minecraft players to use multiple sound packs on the same Minecraft build.
Using AudioTori, players can replace default Minecraft sounds or add new sounds from other mods. So, if you wanted to have a special music sound pack as well as a vintage Minecraft sound pack from the Alpha version of the game, you can do that using AudioTori.
What does it mean when AudioTori calls itself a “cascading” sound pack manager? Well, the term ‘cascading’ means that sound packs are loaded in order of their assigned priority. So, if you want to hear a certain sound pack over everything else, that sound pack will be loaded first. If there are no conflicts, then the other sound packs will be loaded next.
Players can set priority levels in order to choose which sounds they hear and when they hear them. The entire interface can be adjusted in the middle of the game on-the-fly, which means players don’t have to exit the game and restart every time they want to change their in-game noises around.
One of the best parts about AudioTori is that it doesn’t replace any base class files. Your core game files are not added in any way, which means the audio files managed by AudioTori act more as a supplement to Minecraft than as a total audio conversion. If there are no third-party sounds for a certain action, then the default Minecraft sounds will start playing.
If you enjoy using multiple audio or sound mods for Minecraft, then AudioTori wil be a valuable addition to your game. Download it today to start managing your audio files in an easier way than ever before.
How to install AudioTori Mod for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5
Step 2) Download the latest version of AudioTori from here
Step 3) Drag and drop all the .class files from the downloaded AudioTori folder into the Minecraft.jar folder
Step 4) To install new sound packs, simply extract the sound pack files into the .minecraft/audiotori folder (that folder will automatically be created when running Minecraft with AudioTori for the first time).
Step 5) Press F9 to open the AudioTori menu in-game and then switch the order of sound packs
Step 6) Start playing and enjoy!