One talented gamer has recreated a detailed song inside Minecraft, using hundreds of note blocks to complete the project. In fact, this creation is so impressive that some fans think it should be added as one of the playable music discs found in Minecraft.

There is seemingly no end to the creations that gamers can make within the blocky world of Minecraft due to the plethora of blocks available in the game. While many players use these blocks to build incredible structures, such as Orthanc Tower from Lord of the Rings, others take advantage of redstone and note blocks to make their own tunes that can be played while in the game world. However, making music in Minecraft is no small task, as a note block can only emit one pitch at a time, meaning numerous blocks are required to make a detailed song.

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Nevertheless, this did not stop one gamer, Usylom on Reddit, from making an elaborate arrangement of a song in Minecraft. Specifically, this tune was based on the game series Five Nights at Freddy’s and was composed by the band The Living Tombstones. The clip shared by the Reddit user began with the camera looking at a huge conglomeration of items composed of note blocks, redstone, and more. As the music for the song called “It’s Been So Long” started to play, Usylom panned the camera upward to see the extent of the project. Impressively, it took roughly a minute for the tune to play as the camera moved down the rows of note blocks.

Unsurprisingly, this note block creation made by Usylom gained much traction on Reddit. Numerous gamers have complimented the creator on their time-consuming project, and the post has received more than 7.7K upvotes in only a few hours. Among the comments, many acknowledged how difficult it would be to make a one-minute length song in Minecraft. In addition, some noticed the Among Us crewmember in the background as the music played.

While this incredible note block creation is impressive, it is worth pointing out that it is not the only music created in the game that has caught the attention of gamers online. Previously, another fan recreated the “Flight of the Bumble” in surprising detail in Minecraft, originally composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. It will be interesting to see what other musical creations fans make in Minecraft in the weeks ahead. If whatever is created next has a similar level of detail as Usylom’s song based on the Five Nights at Freddy’s series, then it is likely to impress.

Minecraft is available on mobile, PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One, and most legacy platforms.

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