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32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Audio Gear (Rarity: 90)

Wanna get crazy with music? This solid block works like Sheet Music, but with your Wrench, you can adjust the volume and play up to 5 simultaneous notes.
This item has special properties you can adjust with the Wrench.
This item can only be used in World-Locked worlds.
Type32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Audio Block - Foreground
Chi32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Wind
Texture Type32?format=webp&fill=cb-20190918130753 Single
Collision Type32?format=webp&fill=cb-20210825035341 Full Collision
Hardness32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 5 Hits
32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 4 Hits
Restores after 4s of inactivity.
Seed Color16?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903
Grow Time32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091904 1w 1d 11h 15m 0s
Default Gems Drop32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 0 - 23
Paint Preview
32?format=webp&fill=cb-2022051709190332?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Red
32?format=webp&fill=cb-2022051709190332?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Yellow
32?format=webp&fill=cb-2022051709190332?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Green
32?format=webp&fill=cb-2022051709190332?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Aqua
32?format=webp&fill=cb-2022051709190332?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Blue
32?format=webp&fill=cb-2022051709190332?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Purple
32?format=webp&fill=cb-2022051709190332?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Charcoal
32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091904 Splicing
The tree of this item can be made by mixing the following seeds:
16?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Military Radio Seed
16?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Mega Rock Speaker Seed
32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Provider
Drops in sets of 1 from harvesting a/an:
32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Building Blocks Machine (random chance)

The Audio Gear is a splicable solid foreground block which was added as part of Cinco De Mayo Week 2017 on May 5, 2017.


An Audio Gear will play up to five notes simultaneously when the Sheet Music Marker reaches its position. Notes can be added by entering a series of music notes into the Notes text box after wrenching the item. Each "music note" entered into the Audio Gear must consist of three parts: the instrument, the note, and the accidental, entered in that exact order.


A list of playable instruments is shown below, along with each letter that represents the instruments.

B 32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Bass
D 32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Drums
E 32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Electric Guitar
F 32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Flute
G 32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Guitar
L 32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Lyre
P 32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Piano
S 32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Sax
T 32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Mexican Trumpet
V 32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Violin


The code for the musical note may range from any letter between A and G, with lowercase glyphs signifying the lower octave and uppercase signifying the higher octave.


Letter notes are modified by accidentals, such as the sharp (♯), flat (♭), and natural (♮) signs. The sharp sign ♯ raises a note by a semitone or half-step, while a flat ♭ lowers it by the same amount.

# Sharp (♯)
- Natural (♮)
b Flat (♭)

Volume Adjustment

The volume of an Audio Gear can be adjusted from the Volume text box. However, the sound produced can only be toned down, owing to the fact that the maximum volume allowed is 100, the same as a regular sheet music.

Comparison to 32?format=webp&fill=cb-20220517091903 Audio Rack

Just like blocks such as Dirt and Sand, an Audio Gear has a collision box that players cannot move through, making it a solid block. On the other hand, an Audio Rack can be passed through, similar to other non-solid blocks such as Grass and Daisy.