(Note: I play Minecraft: Education Edition on a Chromebook, if that may have something to do with this issue)
This has been an issue that Minecraft: Education Edition has that has been bugging me recently. Java Edition has the music built in, but in Bedrock Edition, you have to get the music yourself from the Marketplace. However, while Minecraft: Education Edition is built off of Bedrock Edition, it doesn't have the Marketplace, so I can't get it from there. I have recently gotten a music disc (Cat) from a dungeon in my Survival world, and I was excited to hear it. So I took my disc, put it into my jukebox, and... nothing. The song didn't play. I went into my game settings, turned everything to the max, tried again, and still nothing. Oddly enough, there is a music volume setting and a Jukebox/Note Block volume setting. However, they do not work at all, as they stay completely quiet even at volume 100 (Note Blocks do work, though, so the Jukebox/Note Block setting sorta works). When I realized this, I surfed the web, looking for a mod or resource pack that could fix this issue. I couldn't find one. There is also non of Minecraft's phenomenal music playing. This is a massive bummer for me, as I love Minecraft's soundtrack, and especially the discs. May the Minecraft: EE team please add Minecraft's music into the game and fix the Jukebox and its disks? It can be it built in like in Java Edition, or be as a resource pack. Also, may you guys please add the music in a minor update (I don't mind if you guys want to add it in in a major update though)? Also also, if the reason you guys can't add it in is complicated, then I'd love to hear. Get as technical as you guys want! Or if it is something to with my Chromebook, then I'd also like to hear.
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