Audiotori Mod for Minecraft 1.4.5

Have you ever been tired of Minecraft’s default sounds and then had to change them through a lengthy process, for the sake of them boring you again? Here is a very useful mod for you fellow Minecrafters, it enables you to change default Minecraft sounds in the game! So no more annoying sessions of changing the sounds, all you have to do is simply click a few buttons and voila! You have changed the sound scheme. Cool, isn’t it?
To use the mod, you have to extract sound packs into .minecraft/audiotori/ folder (if Minecraft doesn’t create this folder, make it yourself).The mod can only read files from folders, not .zip. When in-game press f9 to call up the audiotori menu, from here you can change the sound schemes, you can do whatever you wish to do with them. selecting a sound pack and pressing shift will activate it or disable it. Pressing shift + arrow up, will move the sound up in the list, pressing down will do the opposite. Enjoy Minecraft with your new sounds!

Audiotori Mod for Minecraft 1.4.5 Main Features

Audiotori is a cascading sound manager. Main features include:

  • The ability to change sound  schemes in-game without having to fiddle around with the default Minecraft files.
  • Sound packs are arranged in priority from top to bottom.
  • Audiotori mod doesn’t delete any .class files, it scans all sounds in the mine craft memory and then substitutes the with the new sound pack.
  • The mod does’t prevent Minecraft downloading new sounds into the game.

Audiotori Mod for Minecraft 1.4.5 Changelog

  • Compatible with Minecraft 1.4.5
  • Debugged a problem where Mincraft crashed if the sound pack file started with a dot. Usually happened on Mac or Linux.

Audiotori Mod for Minecraft 1.4.5 Installation Guide

There are 2 ways to install this mod

  • Download the .zip file
  • Copy it into /.minecraft/mods/ folder
  • Download the .zip file
  • Copy all of the .class files into minecraft.jar file


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