Music bots are a very valuable aspect of any Discord server because they add another layer of fun and relaxation when you otherwise wouldn’t be talking. There is a wide variety of Discord music bots out there, but one that is especially nice to have is Chip.
Chip is an innovative music bot that encompasses all of the music commands you could hope for. We’re going to be talking all about how to add Chip Bot to your Discord server and all of the commands associated with it, so you can have all of them in one place. We sincerely hope that you can find this helpful and that your questions will be answered!
How To Add Chip Bot To Discord
The process of adding this bot to Discord is just like adding any other. Simplicity like this is why Discord is such an amazing platform — you can add amazing features at the click of a button, but you can also remove them just as easily! Here’s how to add Chip Bot to your Discord server:
- Firstly, you have to go to the bot’s official site and click on the large Invite button.
- Now, you have to select the Discord server that you want Chip to join, and click on Continue
- After that, all you need to do is select all of the boxes if they aren’t already, and click on Authorize
After that, you just need to complete a single-button captcha and Chip will be immediately added to your server, no restarts are required!
Chip Bot Commands
Since Chip is just a music bot, there are not going to be many sections for the commands as they are all related to music in some way. The only thing you need to pay attention to is the bot’s prefix, which is ch!. Type this in front of every command, otherwise, it will not work.
Main Music Commands
- ch! 24/7 – enables a mode that makes Chip play tracks forever
- ch! 8D – adds a visual effect that makes the audio swirl around you
- ch! Autoplay – turns on autoplay mode and makes the bot constantly add new tracks to the queue
- ch! Bassboost – increases the bass of the bot
- ch! Clear – clears all of the tracks from the queue
- ch! Clearfilters – clears all of the applied filters on the bot
- ch! Defaultvolume – sets the default volume for Chip
- ch! Demon – toggles the Demonic audio filter on/off
- ch! DJ – displays the DJ settings and allows you to edit them
- ch! Fix – fixes various issues the bot might experience such as lag and unresponsiveness
- ch! Forceskip – forcefully skips any selected tracks
- ch! Forward – moves a specific track forward in time
- ch! Loop – displays the Loop settings and allows you to edit them
- ch! Lyrics – shows the lyrics of the desired track
- ch! Move – moves the tracks around in the queue
- ch! Nightcore – toggles the Nightcore audio filter on/off
- ch! Nowplaying – displays all of the information about a specific track
- ch! Pause – pauses the tracks that are currently playing
- ch! Pitch – changes the pitch of the bot
- ch! Play – plays the desired track
- ch! Queue – displays all of the tracks that are currently in the queue
- ch! Remove – removes a track from the queue
- ch! Removedupes – removes all of the duplicate tracks from the queue
- ch! Replay – replays the track that is currently playing
- ch! Resume – resumes any currently paused tracks
- ch! Rewind – moves the current track back in time
- ch! Search – searches for multiple tracks and allows you to choose one from the batch
- ch! Seek – moves a current track to a specific point
- ch! Shuffle – shuffles the current queue
- ch! Skip – skips the currently playing track
- ch! Skipto – skips to a specific track in the queue
- ch! Speed – changes the playback speed of the bot
- ch! Stop – stops any currently playing tracks
- ch! Trebleboost – displays the Treble settings and allows you to change them
- ch! Tremolo – displays the Tremolo settings and allows you to change them
- ch! Vibrato – applies a Vibrato effect to the tracks the bot plays
- ch! Vocalboost – displays the Vocal boost settings and allows you to change them
- ch! Volume – changes the playback volume of the bot
These are just general commands that you might find useful for managing small aspects of the bot and if you need some extra information about it.
- ch! Checkvote – check the status of your vote on the official Chip site
- ch! Invite – displays all of the invite links for all the Chip bots
- ch! Ping – displays the bot’s ping in the channel it is in
- ch! Prefix – changes the prefix of the bot on your server
- ch! Help – displays extra information about the bot
- ch! Info – shows you various statistics about the bot
How To Remove Chip Bot From Discord
The process of removing any bot from Discord is incredibly simple since each bot is treated as an individual member. All you have to do is right-click on Chip in the Members section of your server and click on Kick Chip. This just removes the bot from the server but doesn’t keep it from being added back. To permanently remove it, click on Ban Chip.
Why Is Chip Bot Not Working?
One of the main reasons any Discord bot will not work is because their main server is either down or the bot itself is undergoing maintenance. The best way to check this is to go to the bot’s official page, which should display server status. If it is down, you can expect the bot to be back up in a few hours.
And that would be all we have to say about Chip Bot! There really isn’t that much complexity to this bot since it’s just a music bot, but that doesn’t stop it from being a valuable asset to your server and to the users on your server. We sincerely hope that all of your questions have been answered and that you can use Chip Bot to improve your server!