If you’re an avid Discord user, you may be wondering how to add a music bot to your server. Well, it’s actually quite easy! In this tutorial, we’ll be focusing on Rhythm Bot, a bot that allows you to easily play music in your server’s voice channels.
First off, you’ll need to have admin powers or the ability to invite a bot to your server. You’ll also need access to the Rhythm Bot website, which can be found at rhythmbot.co. Once you have those things, you can click on the button to invite Rhythm Bot to your server.
When you do this, a window will pop up allowing you to select which server you want to invite the bot to. You can then authorize the bot to join your server. Note that it will automatically be given an administrator power attached to its role, but you can choose to remove this if you wish.
Now that Rhythm Bot is in your server, you’ll want to set it up for use. You can create a text channel specifically for commands for the bot, so people aren’t spamming them in other channels. You can also pin a post with all of the bot commands for easy reference.
To make it even easier to use, you can also set up a DJ role and give it to people who you want to be able to control the bot. This way, you don’t have to rely solely on admins to do it.
Once you have everything set up, you can start using the bot to play music in your server’s voice channels. Just type in the command to play a song and Rhythm Bot will automatically embed the source video and add it to the queue of music being played. You can also skip songs, delete them from the queue, and add more as you go.
One thing to keep in mind is that Rhythm Bot takes up a lot of space and has a lot of embedded stuff. To prevent people from interacting with the bot in other channels, you can set it up so that it can only read messages in the channel you created specifically for commands.
And there you have it! With just a few simple steps, you can add and control Rhythm Bot in your Discord server. Happy listening!