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TS3 Music Bot: How to Customize and Extend Your Music Bot with Plugins and Extensions


What is TS3 Music Bot and Why You Need It




If you are looking for a way to enhance your TeamSpeak server with music, you might have heard of TS3 Music Bot. But what is it exactly, and why do you need it? In this article, we will answer these questions and more. We will also show you how to install, use, troubleshoot, and update TS3 Music Bot on your server. And finally, we will explain why you should avoid using nulled software like TS3 Music Bot Nulled 13, and what are the alternatives.




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TS3 Music Bot is an open-source TeamSpeak 3 bot that can play music from various sources, such as Spotify, YouTube, SoundCloud, Twitch, and more. It is fully operable via chat commands, and it has many features that make it a powerful and versatile music bot. Some of these features are:


  • Spotify support: Unlike other bots that only search for songs on YouTube based on Spotify data, TS3 Music Bot can play songs directly from Spotify using either the official client or ncspot (a lighter alternative that requires a premium account).



  • YouTube support: TS3 Music Bot can play any YouTube video or playlist as music on your TeamSpeak server.



  • SoundCloud support: TS3 Music Bot can play any SoundCloud track or playlist as music on your TeamSpeak server.



  • Twitch support: TS3 Music Bot can stream any Twitch channel as audio on your TeamSpeak server.



  • Built-in search: TS3 Music Bot can search for songs on Spotify, YouTube, or SoundCloud without leaving the chat.



  • Mixed queue: TS3 Music Bot can play songs from different sources in the same queue. You can also add multiple tracks, albums, playlists, etc. to the queue simultaneously.



  • Pre-shuffle: TS3 Music Bot can shuffle a playlist before adding it to the queue. This is useful if you don't want to shuffle the whole queue.



  • Top tracks: TS3 Music Bot can add an artist's top tracks from Spotify to the queue.



  • Queue management: TS3 Music Bot allows you to add songs to the start or end of the queue, or at any position you want. You can also skip or remove songs from the queue.



  • Voice subscription modes: TS3 Music Bot can subscribe to clients, channels, or whisper groups to play music only for them.



  • Playlist management: TS3 Music Bot allows users to create, save, load, edit, and share playlists.



  • Powerful permission configuration: TS3 Music Bot has a flexible rights system that lets you control who can use which commands and features.



  • Plugin support: TS3 Music Bot supports plugins and extensions that add more functionality and customization to the bot. For example, you can use the Spotify plugin to control the Spotify client from the chat, or the Lyrics plugin to display the lyrics of the current song.



As you can see, TS3 Music Bot is a great tool for adding music to your TeamSpeak server. It can make your server more lively, fun, and interactive. It can also help you create a better atmosphere for gaming, chatting, or working with your friends, teammates, or colleagues.


How to Install TS3 Music Bot on Your Server




If you want to use TS3 Music Bot on your server, you need to install it first. The installation process is not very complicated, but it requires some basic knowledge of Linux commands and TeamSpeak permissions. Here are the steps you need to follow:


  • Make sure you have a Linux server with root access and TeamSpeak 3 server installed. You also need to have a TeamSpeak 3 client on your computer.



  • Download the latest version of TS3 Music Bot from its official website. You can choose between the stable or beta version, depending on your preference. The beta version may have more features and bug fixes, but it may also be less stable and tested.



  • Extract the downloaded file to a folder on your server. You can use the command tar -xvf ts3musicbot.tar.gz to do this.



  • Navigate to the extracted folder and run the script install.sh with root privileges. You can use the command sudo ./install.sh to do this. This script will install all the dependencies and libraries required by TS3 Music Bot.



  • Edit the file config.ini with a text editor of your choice. You can use the command nano config.ini to do this. This file contains all the settings and options for TS3 Music Bot. You need to change some of them according to your preferences and server information. Here are some of the most important ones:



  • botname: The name of your bot that will appear on TeamSpeak.



  • botdescription: The description of your bot that will appear on TeamSpeak.



  • botchannel: The name or ID of the channel where your bot will join and play music.



  • botchannel_password: The password of the channel where your bot will join and play music.



  • server_address: The IP address or hostname of your TeamSpeak server.



  • server_port: The port number of your TeamSpeak server.



  • server_password: The password of your TeamSpeak server.



  • server_query_login_name: The username of a server query account that has permission to use TS3 Music Bot. You can create one from your TeamSpeak client by going to Tools > ServerQuery Login.



  • server_query_login_password: The password of the server query account that has permission to use TS3 Music Bot.



  • spotify_username: The username of your Spotify account if you want to use Spotify as a source for music. You need a premium account for this feature.



  • spotify_password: The password of your Spotify account if you want to use Spotify as a source for music.



  • youtubedl_path: The path where youtube-dl is installed on your server. You can use the command which youtube-dl to find out. Youtube-dl is a tool that allows TS3 Music Bot to play YouTube videos as music.



  • youtubedl_options: The options for youtube-dl that affect how TS3 Music Bot plays YouTube videos as music. You can find more information about these options on youtube-dl's documentation.



  • youtubedl_format_id: The format ID for youtube-dl that affects the quality and size of YouTube videos that TS3 Music Bot plays as music. You can find more information about these format IDs on youtube-dl's documentation.



  • youtubedl_update_interval_hours: The interval in hours for updating youtube-dl automatically. Youtube-dl needs to be updated regularly to keep working with YouTube's changes.



  • youtubedl_update_on_start: Whether to update youtube-dl automatically when TS3 Music Bot starts or not.



  • youtubed l_use_ncspot: Whether to use ncspot instead of the official Spotify client for playing Spotify songs. Ncspot is a lighter alternative that requires a premium account.



  • ncspot_path: The path where ncspot is installed on your server. You can use the command which ncspot to find out. Ncspot is a tool that allows TS3 Music Bot to play Spotify songs using a terminal-based interface.



  • ncspot_options: The options for ncspot that affect how TS3 Music Bot plays Spotify songs. You can find more information about these options on ncspot's documentation.



  • ncspot_config_path: The path where the configuration file for ncspot is located on your server. You can use the command ncspot -h to find out. The configuration file for ncspot contains settings such as your Spotify credentials, audio backend, keybindings, etc.



  • ncspot_update_interval_hours: The interval in hours for updating ncspot automatically. Ncspot needs to be updated regularly to keep working with Spotify's changes.



  • ncspot_update_on_start: Whether to update ncspot automatically when TS3 Music Bot starts or not.



  • use_twitch_audio_only: Whether to use the audio-only stream for Twitch channels or not. This can save bandwidth and CPU resources.



  • twitch_client_id: The client ID for your Twitch application if you want to use Twitch as a source for music. You can create one from Twitch's developer portal.



  • twitch_client_secret: The client secret for your Twitch application if you want to use Twitch as a source for music. You can create one from Twitch's developer portal.



  • twitch_oauth_token: The OAuth token for your Twitch account if you want to use Twitch as a source for music. You can generate one from Twitch's authentication page.



  • twitch_update_interval_hours: The interval in hours for updating the Twitch API data automatically. This is needed to keep track of the available streams and channels.



  • twitch_update_on_start: Whether to update the Twitch API data automatically when TS3 Music Bot starts or not.



  • default_volume: The default volume level for TS3 Music Bot in percentage (0-100).



  • max_volume: The maximum volume level that users can set for TS3 Music Bot in percentage (0-100).



  • min_volume: The minimum volume level that users can set for TS3 Music Bot in percentage (0-100).



  • volume_step: The amount of volume change that occurs when users increase or decrease the volume level in percentage (0-100).



  • default_language: The default language for TS3 Music Bot's messages and responses. You can choose from English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Polish, or Italian.



  • default_voice_subscription_mode: The default voice subscription mode for TS3 Music Bot. This determines who can hear the music played by the bot. You can choose from none, client, channel, or whisper.



  • default_whisper_group_id: The default whisper group ID for TS3 Music Bot if the voice subscription mode is set to whisper. This determines which whisper group can hear the music played by the bot.



  • default_whisper_target_mode: The default whisper target mode for TS3 Music Bot if the voice subscription mode is set to whisper. This determines how the bot whispers to the whisper group. You can choose from all clients, all channels, or current channel.



  • default_whisper_target_id: The default whisper target ID for TS3 Music Bot if the voice subscription mode is set to whisper and the whisper target mode is set to current channel. This determines which channel the bot whispers to.



  • default_whisper_target_channel_family_id: The default whisper target channel family ID for TS3 Music Bot if the voice subscription mode is set to whisper and the whisper target mode is set to current channel. This determines which channel family the bot whispers to.



  • enable_logging: Whether to enable logging or not. Logging can help you debug and troubleshoot issues with TS3 Music Bot.



  • log_level: The level of logging verbosity. You can choose from debug, info, warning, error, or critical.



  • log_file_path: The path where the log file is located on your server. You can use the command pwd to find out the current directory.



  • Save and close the file config.ini after editing it.



  • Run the script start.sh with root privileges. You can use the command sudo ./start.sh to do this. This script will start TS3 Music Bot and connect it to your TeamSpeak server.



  • Check if TS3 Music Bot is working properly by sending some chat commands to it. You can use the command !help to see a list of available commands and features.



Congratulations, you have successfully installed TS3 Music Bot on your server. You can now enjoy playing music from various sources on your TeamSpeak server.


How to Use TS3 Music Bot Commands and Features




Now that you have installed TS3 Music Bot on your server, you might be wondering how to use it. As we mentioned before, TS3 Music Bot is fully operable via chat commands. You can send these commands to the bot either in private chat or in public chat, depending on your permission settings. Here are some of the basic commands and features that you can use with TS3 Music Bot:


Command


Description


Example


!help


Shows a list of available commands and features.


!help


!play [source]


Plays a song from a source. The source can be a Spotify track, album, playlist, or artist; a YouTube video or playlist; a SoundCloud track or playlist; or a Twitch channel.


!play https://open.spotify.com/track/0VjIjW4GlUZAMYd2vXMi3b?si=7f6b0c1f8a9a4a9c


!search [source] [query]


Searches for a song on a source. The source can be Spotify, YouTube, or SoundCloud. The query can be any keyword or phrase related to the song.


!search youtube despacito


!queue [source]


Adds a song to the end of the queue from a source. The source can be a Spotify track, album, playlist, or artist; a YouTube video or playlist; a SoundCloud track or playlist; or a Twitch channel.


!queue https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJQP7kiw5Fk&list=PLMC9KNkIncKtPzgY-5rmhvj7fax8fdxoj


!queue start [source]


Adds a song to the start of the queue from a source. The source can be a Spotify track, album, playlist, or artist; a YouTube video or playlist; a SoundCloud track or playlist; or a Twitch channel.


!queue start https://soundcloud.com/liluzivert/sets/lil-uzi-vert-vs-the-world-2-1


!queue at [position] [source]


Adds a song to the queue at a specific position from a source. The position can be any number between 1 and the length of the queue. The source can be a Spotify track, album, playlist, or artist; a YouTube video or playlist; a SoundCloud track or playlist; or a Twitch channel.


!queue at 5 https://open.spotify.com/album/2fenSS68JI1h4Fo296JfGr?si=6e8c0f7b6a9e4d0c


!skip [number]


Skips the current song or a number of songs in the queue. The number can be any number between 1 and the length of the queue.


!skip 3


!remove [position]


Removes a song from the queue at a specific position. The position can be any number between 1 and the length of the queue.


!remove 7


!clear


Clears the entire queue.


!clear


!shuffle


Shuffles the entire queue.


!shuffle


!preshuffle [source]


Adds a shuffled playlist to the end of the queue from a source. The source can be a Spotify playlist or a YouTube playlist.


!preshuffle https://open.spotify.com/playlist/37i9dQZF1DXcBWIGoYBM5M?si=8f6b0c1f8a9a4a9c


!toptracks [artist]


Adds an artist's top tracks from Spotify to the end of the queue. The artist can be any Spotify artist.


!toptracks Ed Sheeran


!volume [number]


Sets the volume level for TS3 Music Bot in percentage (0-100).


!volume 50


!mute


Mutes TS3 Music Bot.


!mute


!unmute


Unmutes TS3 Music Bot.


!unmute


!pause


Pauses TS3 Music Bot.


!pause


!resume


Resumes TS3 Music Bot.


!resume


!stop


Stops TS3 Music Bot and clears the queue.


!stop


!restart


Restarts TS3 Music Bot and reconnects to the server.


!restart



!update


Updates TS3 Music Bot to the latest version.


!update


!info


Shows information about TS3 Music Bot, such as the version, the source, the queue, the volume, etc.


!info


!plugins


Shows a list of available plugins and extensions for TS3 Music Bot.


!plugins


!plugin [name]


Enables or disables a plugin or extension for TS3 Music Bot. The name can be any plugin or extension name.


!plugin spotify


!playlist [name]


Loads a playlist from the playlist folder and adds it to the end of the queue. The name can be any playlist name.


!playlist rock


!playlist save [name]


Saves the current queue as a playlist in the playlist folder. The name can be any playlist name.


!playlist save pop


!playlist delete [name]


Deletes a playlist from the playlist folder. The name can be any playlist name.


!playlist delete jazz


!playlist edit [name]


Edits a playlist from the playlist folder. The name can be any playlist name. This command will open a text editor on your server where you can modify the playlist file.


!playlist edit rap


!playlist share [name]td>Sends a link to a playlist from the playlist folder. The name can be any playlist name. The link can be used by other users to load the playlist on their TS3 Music Bot.


!playlist share metal


These are some of the basic commands and features that you can use with TS3 Music Bot. There are many more commands and features that you can discover by using the !help command or by reading the documentation on the official website. You can also customize and extend TS3 Music Bot with plugins and extensions that add more functionality and options to the bot.


How to Troubleshoot TS3 Music Bot Issues and Errors




TS3 Music Bot is a reliable and stable music bot, but sometimes it may encounter some issues and errors that prevent it from working properly. These issues and errors can be caused by various factors, such as network problems, server configuration, permission settings, outdated software, etc. Here are some of the common problems and solutions that you can try if you face any trouble with TS3 Music Bot:


TS3 Music Bot does not connect to the server




If TS3 Music Bot does not connect to your TeamSpeak server, you should check the following things:


  • Make sure your TeamSpeak server is online and accessible. You can use the command ping [server_address] to test the connectivity.



  • Make sure your TS3 Music Bot settings are correct and match your TeamSpeak server information. You can check the file config.ini for these settings.



  • Make sure your TS3 Music Bot has permission to join and play music on your TeamSpeak server. You can check the file rights.ini for these permissions.



Make sure your TS3 Music Bot is updated to the latest version. You can use the comm


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