The power to gain various abilities based on the type of music one listens to or plays. Sub-power of Sound Manipulation and Music Manipulation.
- Acoustic Eclectic Mimicry
- Music of the Soul
- Music Power
The user can gain different abilities by listening to or playing different kinds of music. Alternatively, the user can utilize magical or high-tech instruments to achieve special effects.
- May be rendered powerless in the absence of music.
- Some may be unexpected effects from a variety of music.
- May require an instrument to use.
Musa (Winx Club) draws her all of strengths, abilities and powers from music.
Hurdy (Final Fantasy Tactics)
Eddie Riggs (Brütal Legend) can produce various reality bending effects by playing music
the Killmaster (Brütal Legend) can heal wounds by playing music with Bass strings made from Metal Spiders
Link (The Legend of Zelda) can achieve a variety of feats by playing songs, including, but not limited to, teleportation, time travel, and weather manipulation.
By listening to others' sing, Lorne (Angel) is capable of feats such as aura reading, telepathy, empathy, precognition, and lie detection.
Sayaka Miki (Puella Magi Madoka) uses music magic to heal her wounds.
By playing certain pieces of music, Jake (Adventure Time) can perform feats such as summoning snakes.
Sweet's (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) mere presence in a city causes everyone in it to spontaneously burst into song and dance, and eventually into flame.
Sonic, Sonia, and Manic (Sonic Underground) all wield magical instruments that also function as weapons.
Through the power of an unnamed Devil Fruit, Scratchmen Apoo (One Piece) can convert his limbs into musical instruments, which he can then play to perform a variety of feats.
Brook (One Piece) has adapted his musical talents into a combat tool, enabling feats such as hypnosis and sleep inducement.
Tapion (Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon) can play a mystical ocarina to imprison the demon Hirudegarn, as well as project an energy barrier.
Yuna, Rikku, and Paine (Final Fantasy X-2) clad in their Songstress Dresspheres.
The Kongs (Donkey Kong 64) all utilize special instruments that achieve special effects when played on special pads.
Soul Eater Evans (Soul Eater) has adapted his piano skills into a means to control the soul wavelengths of others.
Emma Coolidge (Heroes) can manipulate her music to produce energy blasts and beacons.
The Para Brothers (Dragon Ball GT) use music and dance to force others to dance via their "Para Para Boogie."
Punk Rocket (Teen Titans)
Barbara the Bat (Daigasso! Band Brothers/Super Smash Bros. Brawl)