ItemSprites.png 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.
TypeItemSprites.png Audio Block - Foreground
ChiItemSprites.png Wind
Texture TypeTextureTypeSprite.png Single
Collision TypeCollisionTypeSprite.png Full Collision
HardnessItemSprites.png 5 Hits
ItemSprites.png 4 Hits
Restores after 4s of inactivity.
Seed ColorSeedSprites.png
Grow TimeTreeSprites.png 1w 1d 11h 15m 0s
Default Gems DropItemSprites.png 0 - 23
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The tree of this item can be made by mixing the following seeds:

SeedSprites.png Military Radio Seed
SeedSprites.png Mega Rock Speaker Seed

The Audio Rack is a splicable block introduced during Cinco De Mayo Week 2017. It allows players to adjust music in a world such as the volume and allows up to five notes to be played simultaneously.

They can also be used to play notes which are usually unplayable such as overlapping notes or notes which are blocked by Bedrock. They can only play piano, drum, bass, sax, flute, spanish guitar, and violin notes and sheets such as Sheet Music: Spooky and Sheet Music: Winterfest cannot be played.

The volume can also be adjusted, however, the sound can only be softened. The maximum volume is 100 which is the same as a regular sheet music. It can be reduced by changing the value to less than 100.

A single Audio Rack can play up to 5 notes at once. Notes can be added by entering a series of music notes into the textbox after interacting with the block with a wrench. Each "music note" entered into the Audio Rack has three parts, the instrument, the note, and the accidental, entered in that order. The note is any letter A through G, with lowercase being the lower octave and uppercase being the higher octave. The options for accidentals and instrument names are listed below.

The letter for each playable instrument:

  • 'P' - Piano
  • 'B' - Bass
  • 'S' - Sax
  • 'F' - Flute
  • 'G' - Guitar
  • 'V' - Violin
  • 'D' - Drums

The letter for each accidental:

  • '#' - Sharp
  • '-' - Natural
  • 'b' - Flat
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