How Do I Invite a Music Bot to a Discord Server?


Heather Bennett

Do you want to add a music bot to your Discord server? It’s a great way to enhance the audio experience for your community and keep everyone entertained. In this tutorial, we will walk you through the step-by-step process of inviting a music bot to your Discord server.

Step 1: Find a Music Bot

To invite a music bot, you first need to find one that suits your needs. There are several popular music bots available for Discord, such as Groovy, Rythm, and FredBoat. You can search for these bots on websites like or

Here’s how you can find a music bot:

  • Step 1: Visit the website of your preferred bot listing platform.
  • Step 2: Use the search bar or browse through the categories to find music bots.
  • Step 3: Read the descriptions and reviews of different bots to make an informed decision.

Step 2: Authorize the Bot

Once you have chosen a music bot, it’s time to authorize it for your Discord server. Follow these steps:

  • Step 1: Visit the website or support server of the selected bot.
  • Step 2: Look for an “Invite” or “Add” button/option.
  • Step 3: Click on the button/option to start the authorization process.

The authorization process may require you to log in with your Discord account and select the server where you want to add the music bot.

Step 3: Configure Bot Permissions

After authorizing the bot, you may need to configure its permissions to ensure it has the necessary access to perform its functions. Here’s how:

  • Step 1: Go to your Discord server and locate the bot in the member list.
  • Step 2: Right-click on the bot’s name and select “Roles”.
  • Step 3: Assign a role with appropriate permissions to the bot, such as “Music Bot” or “DJ”.

Note: The specific steps may vary depending on your Discord server’s settings and permissions.

Step 4: Test the Music Bot

Your music bot is now added to your Discord server. It’s time to test it out and make sure everything is working correctly.

If the bot has a prefix (a character that precedes each command), try typing commands like “<prefix>play <song name>” or “<prefix>skip” in a text channel where the bot has access. The music bot should respond accordingly and start playing music from your desired source.

Troubleshooting Tips:

  • TIP: Make sure the music bot has sufficient permissions in voice channels to join and play audio.
  • TIP: Check if there are any known issues or troubleshooting guides provided by the bot developer.

In Conclusion

Congratulations! You have successfully invited a music bot to your Discord server.

Now you and your community can enjoy a musical experience together. Remember to follow the rules and guidelines of your Discord server when using the music bot, and have fun exploring its features!

Remember, there are various music bots available, so don’t hesitate to explore different options until you find the one that best suits your needs.

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