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How to Enable the “Popping” Sound When Adjusting the Volume on Your Mac

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December 13, 2023
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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.

1 – Open Sound System Preferences

Navigate to System Preferences > Sound.

Select the Sound Effects tab.

3 – Enable volume control feedback sound

Check the box labeled Play feedback when volume is changed. Close System Preferences.

You’re all done!

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