Published on August 23, 2019 (Updated on June 28, 2020)

Constant Tunes

For many, the in-game music in Minecraft plays too sparsely. It sounds so good, but this means that it is often forgotten or lost. This small addon changes that fact and makes music play at all times.

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Changes in Ver. 2.0:

    Now works with the new Nether music, as well as the Aquatic music.  



Supported Minecraft versions

Installation Guides

can you find a way for it to be only c418's music and not the new music producers music? please i only like c418's music so the old minecraft music only
I'm a little confused...
I use the resource pack on the top (I don't use any other resource pack whit music), the first time I try to use the resource pack, it works..but..when I close the game and I started the game again, the Music never comes again...
And the option to change the version of the resource pack, it doesn't have the option: "Version 2.0"


How can I fix this? Or I need to wait a update?
OMG!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS RESOURCE PACK, I LOVE THIS, I like how the music doesn't stop. Thank you!!

Five Stars!!
I wish the download worked
Guest-3795914447 May 31, 2020 at 9:31 am
Shame the download is broken, really wanted to use this ☹️
Got it and idk how to download music in the store can u help
If you're wondering, this is addon because I didn't know where else to put it. It was technically a resource pack, but not really...
No music...I didn't hear.why
Does it require a Minecraft account to work? Because I'm not logged in.
Uhmmm there is no music playing?
Make sure music isn't muted in the settings, and if you're on mobile, make sure you've downloaded the music from the store.
This only changes the frequency of songs, not the presence of them.
Literally two days ago i was looking for something like this but had no luck so when i saw this on the front page i was surprised. Great addon ?
How it works?
For some reason I cannot hear the music playing in the background
plz make this for java
Java Resource Packs are strange...
I have no idea how to do this for Java....