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Warped forest music

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    Though I like this feature, I think kids playing the game with music on may get sort of uncomfortable with all the reversed music. I think if the developers decide to add this feature (which they totally should) they need to add a separate sound option to turn off nether-related music. Otherwise, very good idea! It gets a vote from me.

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    Minecraft is adding this, but it's low and spooky, wich i think matches the nether a lot.

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    oliver lyng commented
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    I suggest only parts of the music is reversed, the entire musical number being reversed would get annoying. Regardless of this I am still giving this a Vote!

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    Catcadev commented
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    This would really add to the surreal atmosphere of this biome!

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    Gasrim4003 commented
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    Or make the music Warped.

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    Oskar Lehrman commented
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    I don't think the warped forest should have the nether music playing backwards, I think that it should be a whole new song all together.

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    It should be called "Caeruleum", the Latin word for Blue.

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    If you go on to YouTube, you can find at least a couple of videos demonstrating the Crimson Forest music (Chrysopoeia) in reverse, and it sounds really cool and in fitting with the biome. Instead of just thinking the reverse track is bad, go give it a listen! I was surprised how much it fit in with the Warped Forest (I did not make this videos).

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    I agree. The track could be called "Teleport" and would be somewhat between space music and nether music.