The wonderful soundtrack by C418 which plays in Minecraft has been available for sale for a while. You can get the whole album for a great price, but do shop around. People who don’t like video games enough to even try Minecraft may even love this music!
But what if you want to play it yourself on your own piano or keyboard? Did you know that sheet music arranger Sebastian Wolff has created MIDI and Sheet Music for many of the tracks in Minecraft?
Check out Sebastian Wolff’s Minecraft Music page for the downloads. Thanks Sebastian!
Thanks for the mention!
No worries Sebastian. Let me know if you score some more!
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Were can I find Minecraft MIDIs from the actual game?
(no offense, just a newcomer) 🙂
I forgot to mention that I have Synthesia. (Synthesia is basically like Guitar Hero, but just on the computer) Plus, are they available for MIDI?
This is the link to the Synthesia Site 🙂
(I don’t know how to make it an actual link :/
never mind about the link 😀
By the way, what’s C418’s site?
Here’s C418’s site:
If I understand your question CoolRose64 there are no MIDI files playing in the actual game. The files are recorded by C418 as audio and saved into “ogg” format (like mp3).
If you want to discover these files so you can play them, just search for files ending in “.ogg” in the Minecraft folder. Many music player apps can play these files although I don’t think iTunes is able to without adding a plugin.