How to Enable the "Popping" Sound When Adjusting the Volume on Your MacGive us back that pop! Zach (212) Total time: 1 minute Updated: September 5th, 2019ShareFacebookRedditTwitterPinterestEmailText messageFavoriteComment Starting with MacOS Sierra and High Sierra, your Mac will no longer play a "pop" sound when you adjust your volume. If you prefer to have this sound when you adjust volume up and down (as I do), this guide will teach you how to reenable it.InterestsPosted in these interests:macosPRIMARY36 guidesSubscribemac72 guidesSubscribeapple49 guidesSubscribeTable of Contents Jump to step Intro1. Open Sound System Preferences2. Navigate to Sound Effects3. Enable volume control feedback sound1Open Sound System Preferences Navigate to System Preferences > Sound.2Navigate to Sound Effects Select the Sound Effects tab.3Enable volume control feedback sound Check the box labeled Play feedback when volume is changed. Close System Preferences. You're all done!