How to add a music bot to your Discord server?

Discord is no longer just a communication platform like its competitors. It’s an all-inclusive solution for gamers who want to do this while progressing in their games. Giving users the possibility to create their bots and software has become the ideal tool within the community.

Listening to music while playing games with friends was a need users felt for a long time, and the open source nature of the software finally allowed users to achieve this goal.

A guide to adding a music bot to your Discord server

[The tutorial lists steps for users who don’t already have a server yet. Feel free to skip this step if you have your server or have Administrator permissions on any server]

  1. Open the platform and click on the “+” symbol at the end of the list of servers you have joined.
  2. Name the server and add all relevant details.
  3. Go to your favorite music bot’s website (learn more about choosing the right bot for your server here).
  4. Click the “Add to Discord” button on the bot’s website.
  5. Log in to your Discord account or your browser if the “Add to Discord” button does not redirect you to the platform.
  6. Select the server you just created OR the server you want to add the bot to.

This standard procedure can add almost any bot to a server if the user has the appropriate permissions for the server. Users who play with their friends on calls and do not yet have a server are encouraged to create a server via the procedure above. If they don’t want to, they can use the FredBoat music bot to stream music on calls.

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Music bots join the same voice channels as the friends you play with, so audio levels and other optimizations can be done directly through the voice channel as you would for any other user.

Discord is a VoIP, instant messaging and digital distribution platform. Users communicate via voice calls, video calls, SMS, media, and files in private chats or as part of communities. In 2021, Discord had at least 350 million registered users across its web and mobile platforms. It was used by 56 million people each month, sending 25 billion messages per month.

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