This simple, compact utility copies the Minecraft sounds from the hashed area of your .minecraft folder and saves them
onto another area of your computer of your choosing. It automatically renames files to the appropriate sound name and
has options to create a folder structure of the sound files.
The original post for the first version can be found here and was made almost a year or so ago.
Extract Minecraft Sounds starting from release 1.7.2.
Saves under a folder structure or can dump all the sounds in one folder.
Options for which sounds to extract and where to save them.
Automatically renames files according to the specified version .json file
You need a computer with at least Windows 7 32-bit running and the Microsoft .net framework 4.5.2 installed.
It may work on Windows XP and Windows Visa, but it is unsupported.
You can get it Here, If you don't have it the program will automatically download it for you.
Yes it is. VirusTotal scans can be viewed Here and Here.
Google drive will automatically scan the file before downloading.
Some antiviruses may trigger false positives due to the repetitive way I write my code,
but all is safe and tested.
By downloading the file supplied or obtaining in any way the program 'Minecraft Sound Extractor' including all versions uploaded by me, you agree to the following terms:
You will not decompile, reverse engineer, re-upload or make available this program or it's assets on any other site.
You will not use this program to breach another user's rights or use it to violate any terms of conditions of any software.
This program is provided strictly for educational use only.
Minecraft is a copyright of Mojang and Microsoft and this program and it's assets do not contain any files belonging to either company.
This program uses Newtonsoft Json to read and deserialize .json files. It is available here: http://www.newtonsoft.com/json
This program uses Costura.Fody for DLL embedding. You can add it to your project via NuGet or at GitHub: https://github.com/Fody/Costura
This program and it's assets are Copyright © CausticLasagne 2018. All Rights Reserved.
You can download it via Google Drive Here.
How do I Install It?
This updated version of Minecraft Sounds Extractor does not require installing.
Simply download the file and run!
Please see the prerequisites section to ensure you have the required version of .NET framework.
1. Select minecraft version to extract sounds from. Use the combobox to select.
- You can select an alternate directory or use the default one (//Appdata/Roaming)
2. Select the sounds you want to extract.
- Use the all or none buttons to clear or select all sounds.
3. Select a directory to save the sounds in
- Using a blank folder is recommended but not required.
- Sounds are saved in a folder with the name of the version
- If you select not to separate the sounds into folders, it will drop them all in the version directory. (above)
4. Press Start to begin the copy operation.
- This process can take anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes. Go and make a sanga or something.
5. Exit the program or press back to begin another operation.
Please leave bug reports here on this forum as a message and I will attend to them as soon as I can.
Please detail as much information about the bug/crash as possible so I know what happened.
Bugs should be very minimal or non-existent if you are running Windows 10 and have all prerequisites installed and you're not trying to break my program >:(
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Thank you very much for making this program. I've been trying to find a way to get them out of minecraft. I wanted to mess around with them within FL Studios, make songs out them or attempt to just for fun. This also works for 1.13+