Simple-to-use music bot with features such as bass boost, nightcore, seek, search, and more.
🎵 Public Instance
🚀 Getting Started
Quaver utilizes Discord's built-in slash commands, buttons, select menus, modals, and more. After deploying the commands, type
/ into your chat to list Quaver's commands.
As Quaver is designed to be as user-friendly as possible, users should be able to immediately understand how a function works within Quaver without having to read any documentation.
- Node.js v16.9.0 (or higher)
- Lavalink (latest release is preferred)
Please note the connection details of your Lavalink instance. You will need to specify them in
- Bot token from Discord
- Clone the repository
- Make a copy of
settings.example.jsonand rename it to
- Edit the fields in
Refer to CONFIGURATION.md for a detailed explanation on configuration.
npm cito install packages required to run Quaver
npm run buildto compile the source code
npm run slash-deployto deploy slash commands
npm startto start Quaver
Can I get in trouble with Google/YouTube for using this?
I cannot guarantee anything. However, the chances of getting into legal trouble is slim if your bot is used privately. I would still exercise caution when hosting any music bot.
Can you add x feature to Quaver?
I'll consider it! Submit an issue here and I'll be happy to take a look.
I changed the language through the
/settings command. Why isn't it updating in slash commands?
Slash commands are defined when running
npm run slash-deploy.
This means that slash command descriptions will follow the language set in
defaultLocaleCode key), and not the language set through the
defaultLocaleCode, but it isn't updating in slash command descriptions. Why?
You need to re-deploy the commands using
npm run slash-deploy for the new locale to take effect.
Due to Discord's limitations and the localizations we have, we don't currently use Discord's localized command name & description functionality. This may be worked on in the future.
Can I control Quaver from some kind of website/dashboard?
Yes! As of 5.0.0, Quaver has a web dashboard add-on available here. Please note that this is an optional addon and is not required to run Quaver normally.
Take a look at our Crowdin project.
Refer to CONTRIBUTING.md.