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OpenAudioMc has permissions for everything and is fully configurable. If you don’t want to bother with permissions, you can give yourself OP (or openaudiomc.* on bungeecord) and be done with it, or dive into the specifics.


OpenAudioMc command permissions have their own wildcard for all the permissions (openaudiomc.commands.*), this will give you access to all the admin commands.

You can also (dis)allow specific commands, the format for this is openaudiomc.commands.<sub command>, where the sub command is the second argument in your OpenAudioMc command. Example: you need openaudiomc.commands.region to use /oa region create.


Speakers have their own two commands for breaking and placing the blocks. To allow all speaker interactions, you need, openaudiomc.speakers.*.

The specific permissions are: