The Web Client and Voice Chat

How to use the webclient for Java and Bedrock players

What is the Web Client?

Minecraft doesn't support live audio streaming, so OpenAudioMc uses a web page that you leave open in the background which will handle all your audio and voice chat needs. Every player in a Minecraft server has their own "session" which is valid as long as they are in-game.

How to connect with Minecraft: Java Edition

To connect with Minecraft Java Edition just join a server that has OpenAudioMc installed, and click the message you receive in chat after joining or run the /audio command manually to receive your session url. Click it, open the link in your browser of choice, and follow the instructions on the screen.

How to connect with Minecraft: Bedrock Edition

Here's how you can connect to Minecraft: Bedrock Edition:

  1. Start by opening a new tab in your internet browser.
  2. In the address bar, type either of these web addresses: or
  3. Once you're on the website, follow the steps they provide. They will give you a login code. Make sure you remember this!
  4. Next, open Minecraft and join a server that has the OpenAudioMc feature.
  5. Once you're in, you need to use your login code. You do this by typing /audio and then your code into the chat box.

For instance, if your code is "xyz", you'll type /audio xyz into the chat.

And that's it! You're now connected to Minecraft: Bedrock Edition.

Example video for bedrock

Javadoc related to this feature (currently based on the dev branch)