The soundtrack of the Mojang video game Minecraft was primarily composed by German musician Daniel Rosenfeld, better known as C Later on in the game's history, Lena Raine composed 4 tracks for the game. The game's soundtrack is mostly instrumental ambient music. It has been praised by critics;  in , the video game blog Kotaku chose the soundtrack as one of the best video game soundtracks of that year. Both albums include music featured in the game, as well as other music included in trailers, and instrumentals that were not included in the game's final release. In a panel at MineCon in , Rosenfeld stated that he has had a long-term interest in video games, and was involved with several video game communities. Both were impressed by each other's work, and eventually Persson chose to pair Rosenfeld's music with his game. The soundtrack's minimalistic and melancholic composition has been praised by critics. Danny Baranowsky had previously suggested that Rosenfeld upload his music to the online music platform Bandcamp.
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As part of the Unified Community Platform project, your wiki will be migrated to the new platform in the next few weeks. Read more here. Minecraft contains many music tracks, which play at various points in game, including the main menu, in Creative mode, in the Nether , in the End , and during the credits. Music tracks can play at various points during gameplay. Some types of music are triggered by events, while others play randomly while certain criteria are met. The song "Alpha" always plays instantly during the credits, and the song "Boss" always plays instantly while the player is in the End if the ender dragon is undefeated or resummoned. Both of these tracks start playing in place of any already playing music. If the player is in the End and the ender dragon has been defeated, the normal End track plays 5 to 20 minutes after any currently playing tracks are finished. If the player is underwater in an ocean or river biome, random underwater tracks play randomly 10 to 20 minutes after any currently playing tracks are finished. If none of the previous criteria are met, but the player is in the Nether, a random general Nether track or a Nether biome -specific track plays, except warped forests , which don't have any music.