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Music Box
  • Music Box item sprite
Stack digit 1.png
Statistics
Type
TooltipHas a chance to record songs
Rarity3*Rarity level: 3
Buy100000*10
Sell20000*2
Research1 required
Placed Music Boxes in their inactive and active states. Click the image to view a summary of each row.

The Music Box is a Hardmode accessory that is purchased from the Wizard for 100000*10. When the Music Box is equipped in an accessory slot, it will record the currently playing game music after a randomized delay Desktop version and alerts the player with a record sound. This includes tracks being played by other Music Boxes. Once recorded, it will change into one of the Music Boxes listed below.

A recorded Music Box can be played back in one of two ways:

There are currently Desktop version 55 / Console version 10 / Mobile version 7 / Old-gen console version 2 different Music Boxes available.

On the 3DS version 3DS version, the Music Box was made unobtainable because it was unstable.

Recorded Music Boxes[edit | edit source]

Item Area Links Listen
Music Box (Overworld Day)Music Box (Overworld Day)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 562
During Day in the Forest
(when Alt Overworld Day is not playing)
Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Alt Overworld Day)Music Box (Alt Overworld Day)
Internal Item ID: 1600
During Day in the Forest
(when Overworld Day is not playing)
Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Night)Music Box (Night)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 564
During Night on Surface
in the Forest and Hallow
Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Rain)Music Box (Rain)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 1601
During Rain in a Forest Biome Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Snow)Music Box (Snow)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 1596
 (Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions)
Snow Biome Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Ice)Music Box (Ice)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 1602
 (Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions)
Ice Biome YouTube
Music Box (Desert)Music Box (Desert)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 1603
Desert YouTube
Music Box (Ocean Day)Music Box (Ocean Day)
Internal Item ID: 1604
Desktop Version During Day in the Ocean
Console VersionOld-gen console versionMobile Version Ocean
Bandcamp Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions, YouTube Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions,
YouTube Old-gen console version
Music Box (Ocean Night)Music Box (Ocean Night)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4077
During Night in the Ocean
Music Box (Space Day)Music Box (Space Day)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4079
During Day in Space
Music Box (Space Night)Music Box (Space Night)
Internal Item ID: 1597
Desktop Version During Night in Space
Console VersionOld-gen console versionMobile Version Space
Bandcamp Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions, YouTube Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions,
YouTube Old-gen console version
Music Box (Underground)Music Box (Underground)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 566
Underground, Caverns
(when Alt Underground is not playing)
Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Alt Underground)Music Box (Alt Underground)
Internal Item ID: 1964
Underground, Caverns
(when Underground is not playing)
Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Mushrooms)Music Box (Mushrooms)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 1610
Glowing Mushroom biome Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Jungle)Music Box (Jungle)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 568
During Day in the Jungle,
Jungle Console VersionOld-gen console versionMobile Version,
Underground Jungle Console VersionOld-gen console versionMobile Version
Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Corruption)Music Box (Corruption)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 569
The Corruption Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Underground Corruption)Music Box (Underground Corruption)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 570
Underground Corruption Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Crimson)Music Box (Crimson)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 1598
The Crimson Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Underground Crimson)Music Box (Underground Crimson)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 2742
Underground Crimson Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (The Hallow)Music Box (The Hallow)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 571
During Day in The Hallow Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Underground Hallow)Music Box (Underground Hallow)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 573
Underground Hallow Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Hell)Music Box (Hell)Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 3237
The Underworld Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Dungeon)Music Box (Dungeon)Desktop VersionConsole VersionOld-gen console version
Internal Item ID: 1605
Dungeon Bandcamp, Youtube
Music Box (Temple)Music Box (Temple)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 1608
Jungle Temple Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Boss 1)Music Box (Boss 1)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 567
King Slime, Eye of Cthulhu Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions,
Eater of Worlds, Skeletron, Skeletron Prime,
Duke Fishron Console VersionOld-gen console versionMobile Version, Goblin Invasion Old-gen console version
Bandcamp
Music Box (Boss 2)Music Box (Boss 2)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 572
Wall of Flesh, The Twins Bandcamp
Music Box (Boss 3)Music Box (Boss 3)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 574
The Destroyer, Frost Legion,
Brain of Cthulhu, The Torch GodDesktop Version
Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Boss 4)Music Box (Boss 4)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 1599
 (Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions)
Golem, Lunatic Cultist Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Boss 4)Music Box (Boss 4)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 1892 / 5026
 (Old-gen console version[1])
Queen Bee, Eye of Cthulhu, Ocram YouTube
Music Box (Boss 5)Music Box (Boss 5)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 1607
 (Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions)
Queen Bee YouTube
Music Box (Boss 5)Music Box (Boss 5)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 1607
 (Old-gen console version[1])
Golem, Pirate Invasion YouTube
Music Box (Queen Slime)Music Box (Queen Slime)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4979
Queen Slime
Music Box (Plantera)Music Box (Plantera)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 1606
Plantera Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Empress Of Light)Music Box (Empress Of Light)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4985
Empress of Light
Music Box (Duke Fishron)Music Box (Duke Fishron)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4990
Duke Fishron
Music Box (Eerie)Music Box (Eerie)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 563
Meteorite, Blood Moon, The Underworld Old-gen console version Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Eclipse)Music Box (Eclipse)Desktop VersionConsole VersionOld-gen console version
Internal Item ID: 1609
Solar Eclipse Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Goblin Invasion)Music Box (Goblin Invasion)Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 3371
Goblin Invasion Event Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Pirate Invasion)Music Box (Pirate Invasion)Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 3236
Pirate Invasion Event Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Martian Madness)Music Box (Martian Madness)Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 3235
Martian Madness Event Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Pumpkin Moon)Music Box (Pumpkin Moon)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 1963
Pumpkin Moon Event Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Frost Moon)Music Box (Frost Moon)Desktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 1965
Frost Moon Event Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (The Towers)Music Box (The Towers)Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 3370
Lunar Events Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Lunar Boss)Music Box (Lunar Boss)Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions
Internal Item ID: 3044
Moon Lord Bandcamp, YouTube
Music Box (Sandstorm)Music Box (Sandstorm)Desktop VersionConsole Version
Internal Item ID: 3796
During a sandstorm in a Desert YouTube
Music Box (Old One's Army)Music Box (Old One's Army)Desktop VersionConsole Version
Internal Item ID: 3869
Old One's Army Event YouTube
Music Box (Slime Rain)Music Box (Slime Rain)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4078
Slime Rain
Music Box (Town Day)Music Box (Town Day)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4080
During Day in a Town
Music Box (Town Night)Music Box (Town Night)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4081
During Night in a Town
Music Box (Windy Day)Music Box (Windy Day)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4082
Windy Day
Music Box (Day Remix)Music Box (Day Remix)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4237
Crafting
Music Box (Journey's Beginning)Music Box (Journey's Beginning)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4356
Crafting
Music Box (Storm)Music Box (Storm)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4357
Thunderstorm
Music Box (Graveyard)Music Box (Graveyard)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4358
Graveyard
Music Box (Underground Jungle)Music Box (Underground Jungle)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4421
Underground Jungle
Music Box (Jungle Night)Music Box (Jungle Night)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4606
During Night in the Jungle
Music Box (Morning Rain)Music Box (Morning Rain)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4991
During Rain, in a Forest, between 4:30 AM and 7:30 AM
Music Box (Alt Title)Music Box (Alt Title)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 4992
Crafting YouTube
Music Box (Underground Desert)Music Box (Underground Desert)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5006
Underground Desert
Otherworldly Music Box (Rain)Otherworldly Music Box (Rain)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5014
During Rain in a Forest Biome[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Overworld Day)Otherworldly Music Box (Overworld Day)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5015
During Day in the Forest[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Night)Otherworldly Music Box (Night)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5016
During Night on Surface in the Forest and Hallow[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Underground)Otherworldly Music Box (Underground)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5017
Underground, Caverns[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Desert)Otherworldly Music Box (Desert)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5018
Desert[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Ocean)Otherworldly Music Box (Ocean)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5019
Ocean[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Mushrooms)Otherworldly Music Box (Mushrooms)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5020
Glowing Mushroom biome[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Dungeon)Otherworldly Music Box (Dungeon)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5021
Dungeon, Temple[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Space)Otherworldly Music Box (Space)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5022
Space[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Underworld)Otherworldly Music Box (Underworld)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5023
The Underworld[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Snow)Otherworldly Music Box (Snow)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5024
Snow biome[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Corruption)Otherworldly Music Box (Corruption)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5025
Corruption[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Underground Corruption)Otherworldly Music Box (Underground Corruption)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5026
Underground Corruption[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Crimson)Otherworldly Music Box (Crimson)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5027
Crimson[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Underground Crimson)Otherworldly Music Box (Underground Crimson)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5028
Underground Crimson[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Ice)Otherworldly Music Box (Ice)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5029
Ice biome[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Underground Hallow)Otherworldly Music Box (Underground Hallow)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5030
Underground Hallow[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Eerie)Otherworldly Music Box (Eerie)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5031
Meteorite, Blood Moon, Solar Eclipse, Graveyard[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Boss 2)Otherworldly Music Box (Boss 2)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5032
Duke Fishron, Empress of Light, Golem, Lunatic Cultist, Queen Slime, Skeletron Prime, The Destroyer, The Twins[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Boss 1)Otherworldly Music Box (Boss 1)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5033
Brain of Cthulhu, Eater of Worlds, Eye of Cthulhu, King Slime, Queen Bee, Skeletron[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Invasion)Otherworldly Music Box (Invasion)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5034
Goblin Army, Old One's Army, Frost Legion, Pirate Invasion, Pumpkin Moon, Frost Moon, Martian Madness[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (The Towers)Otherworldly Music Box (The Towers)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5035
Lunar Events[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Lunar Boss)Otherworldly Music Box (Lunar Boss)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5036
Moon Lord[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Plantera)Otherworldly Music Box (Plantera)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5037
Plantera[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Jungle)Otherworldly Music Box (Jungle)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5038
Jungle, Underground Jungle[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Wall of Flesh)Otherworldly Music Box (Wall of Flesh)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5039
Wall of Flesh[2]
Otherworldly Music Box (Hallow)Otherworldly Music Box (Hallow)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5040
During Day in The Hallow[2]
Music Box (Journey's End)Music Box (Journey's End)Desktop Version
Internal Item ID: 5044
Unobtainable
Music Box (Title)Music Box (Title)Desktop VersionConsole VersionOld-gen console version
Internal Item ID: 565
Crafting Bandcamp Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions, YouTube Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions,

YouTube Old-gen console version

Music Box (Tutorial)Music Box (Tutorial)Console VersionOld-gen console version
Internal Item ID: 1891 / 5025
Crafting YouTube

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Recipes[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • A Music Box will not record if the game's music volume is set to 0.
  • A Music Box will always sell for 20000*2, regardless of whether it has recorded anything.
  • Activating a recorded Music Box that has been placed will cause all players in the vicinity to hear its music.
  • Music Boxes will record other placed Music Boxes. This is useful if multiple music boxes are required for a large area.
  • Music Boxes actual range is relative to your resolution size, further testing is required.
  • The Title Music Box is crafted with "Overworld Day." It cannot be crafted with "Alt Overworld Day". It must also be crafted with "Underground," not "Alt Underground".
  • The Title Music Box cannot be crafted in Crimson worlds, as the recipe was made before the Crimson was introduced. However, it is possible to use another world that has Corruption in it, or (Desktop Version) to purchase Corrupt Seeds from the Dryad by housing her in a Graveyard in Hardmode.
  • While the Title, Journey's Beginning, Alt Title, and Day Remix Music Boxes have to be crafted first, they can be recorded, along with any other Music Box.
  • Unlike most equipped accessories, an equipped Music Box is not visible on the player.
  • Desktop version A Music Box will not record when equipped in a vanity accessory slot or when it is inside an inventory slot. They can, however, be listened to when recorded.
  • Console version It can take up to 10 minutes for a Music Box to record a song.
  • 3DS Version The Music Box is currently not obtainable. Although it can be added via inventory editors, it is not fully coded (resulting in unexpected appearance), and will disappear upon being equipped, or upon leaving the world.
  • Old-gen console version Music Boxes can, in fact, be reforged and have modifiers. It is possible (though relatively rare) for a Music Box to get a random modifier after being recorded, but you can alternatively use the Goblin Tinkerer's reforge function.
    • Music Boxes can also receive a random modifier if they had a pre-existing modifier and were placed down and picked back up. This will only work with Music Boxes that had a modifier before being placed and will not work with normal Music Boxes (meaning Music Boxes that did not have a modifier before being placed).
    • On the Desktop version Desktop version, Music Boxes introduced from 1.3.0.1 and onward can receive a modifier from the Goblin Tinkerer, or when they are crafted. They will lose their prefix when placed, however.
  • Despite the Console version Console version having a 50% chance to play the Old-gen console version 3DS version 3DS version Ocean/Space music, those versions of Music Boxes are unobtainable in the Console version Console version. If the player tries to record the old Ocean/Space music, the Music Box disappears from their accessory slot. However, it is still possible to record the Desktop version Desktop Ocean/Space music.Verify
    • When playing back the Space Music Box, there is still a 50% chance of playing the old music. The same is true for the Ocean Music Box.
  • The unobtainable "Journey's End" Music Box will play the normal music of the game. Without other music boxes, it doesn't change the music because it already is the normal music. If there's another music box playing (other that isn't Journey's End), in the ground of either equipped, the Journey's End music box will negate the effect of the current music box playing.

Tips[edit | edit source]

  • Event and boss music may take multiple attempts to record, due to the random time required. Stretching these encounters for maximum time offers a better chance at a successful recording.
  • Despite the fact that you need the music to be turned on for recording Music Boxes, you can always turn off the system's volume, which the game can't detect.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The total amount of money needed to buy one of every Music Box is Desktop version 5400000*540 / Console version 800000*80 / Mobile version 600000*60 / Old-gen console version 0*0, plus the craftable ones Desktop Version 1200000*120 / Console VersionOld-gen console version 1700000*170.
  • The Music Box (Tutorial) was initially crafted with Console-/Mobile-exclusive Music Boxes. With the exception of the Music Box (Tutorial) itself, these Music Boxes are no longer exclusive, as of 1.2.
  • Prior to 1.3.0.1Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions, the Music Box (Title) required the most number of ingredients of any crafting recipe in the game.
  • The twelve music boxes required to craft Music Box (Title) contain the twelve tracks that were present as of the 1.1 update - originally the game's entire soundtrack. Its recipe remained unchanged as new tracks were added in 1.2 and beyond.
    • The six music boxes required to craft Music Box (Alt Title) reference the songs that were originally exclusive to Terraria's console editions. The Desert, Ice, and Boss 5 themes were integrated into the desktop version with the 1.2 update, with the remainder being integrated in 1.4.
    • The twelve music boxes needed to craft Music Box (Journey's Beginning) contain the twelve original tracks composed for the 1.4 update.
  • Despite being unrelated to the Pirate Invasion event, the Music Box (Boss 4) resembles the golden furniture dropped by most pirate enemies. This is because Boss 4 was the original theme to the Pirate Invasion prior to 1.3.
  • The Music Box (Corruption) and the Music Box (Eerie) have identical designs, apart from color. The same is true for the Music Box (Martian Madness) and the Music Box (Moon Lord), as well as the Music Box (Boss 1) and the Music Box (Dungeon).
  • In the Console version Console version the Music Box (Tutorial) is classified as a crafting material. It is the only craftable item out of the old-gen-exclusive items.
  • Desktop version The Otherworldly music boxes are tracks from the cancelled "Terraria: Otherworld".
  • The "Morning Rain" Music box is a recycle of the Tutorial level song used in Console and pre-1.3 Mobile versions. Otherwise you can get the original tutorial song on console version, as in there still is the music box. The same goes to Space Day and Ocean Night, but the music boxes in Console version are the same as the normal post-1.3 Desktop/Mobile Space and Ocean music boxes.
  • Desktop version As of 1.4.0.1, The Sandstorm Music Box's sprite has been redesigned and it is very similar to the Storm and Windy Day music boxes' sprite.
  • Desktop version As of 1.4.0.5, the Journey's End music box was replaced with Journey's Beginning, but the Journey's End music box still exists as an unobtainable item. It is likely that this music box is for the upcoming music piece that will be added in the 1.4.1 update.
    • It is fittingly the last item added to Terraria going by Item IDs.
    • The item is referred to as MusicBoxCredits in the game's internal files, inferring that the music it plays is for a credits sequence.

See also[edit | edit source]

  • Music, a descriptive list of the various Terraria music tracks.

History[edit | edit source]

  • Desktop 1.4.0.5:
    • "Journey's End" renamed to "Journey's Beginning".
    • Added a new Journey's End music box.
  • Desktop 1.4.0.1:
    • Added the following music: Journey's End, Windy Day, Space Day, Ocean Night, Town Day and Night, Storm, Slime Rain, Graveyard, Underground Jungle, Surface Night Jungle, Duke Fishron, Morning Rain, Console Title, Underground Desert, Queen Slime, Empress of Light, Terraria: Otherworld soundtrack.
    • Music Boxes now make an audio indication that they have recorded.
    • You can now place Music Boxes in your vanity slot to listen to them.
  • Desktop 1.3.0.1:
    • Sprites updated.
    • Added the following music: Hell, Goblin Invasion, Pirate Invasion, Martian Madness, The Towers, and Lunar Boss.
  • Desktop 1.2.3:
    • Updated graphics and each music box now has a unique design.
    • Reverting back to randomly having a chance to record music.
    • Music notes now come from music boxes.
  • Desktop 1.2.2:
    • Now records music instantly once equipped (previously had a random chance of doing so while equipped).
    • Will no longer turn into an Ankh Charm when trying to record the Pumpkin Moon music.
    • Will no longer duplicate on tables.
  • Desktop 1.2.0.3: Fixed a bug that caused the music box to record instantly.
  • Desktop 1.2:
    • More music added.
    • Music box/chest duping no longer works.
  • Desktop 1.1.1: Fixed a bug with copying of recorded Music Box upon placing on wood platforms.

Footnotes[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 In Old-gen console version Old-gen console version, the Snow and Ice biome (Ice) variants are switched; the same applies to the Boss 4 and Boss 5 variants.
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19 2.20 2.21 2.22 2.23 2.24 2.25 2.26 All Otherworldly tracks will only play if the player is visiting a world with the 05162020 seed, or if Terraria: Otherworld music has been toggled on.