27 Jan - 1 min - Uploaded by learn share Apple Mac System Sounds Folder. if you want to know where is located the default system. 1 Jun - 22 sec - Uploaded by CemeterialCentral All of the original Macintosh Classic sounds found in System 7, Mac OS 8 and Mac OS 9, in. The new system sounds for OS X just aren't as cool and quirky as they once were Apple hid the Library folder because it thinks it confuses users, but you can.
You can change the alert sound and set its volume. Before you start, open the Sound Effects pane of Sound preferences (choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Sound, then click Sound Effects). Before you start, open the Output pane of Sound preferences (choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Sound, then click Output). You can record two seconds of silence (forest sounds, whatever) to replace your present alert System Preferences -> Sound -> Sound effects.
You can use System Sound Services to play short (30 seconds or shorter) sounds. The interface does not provide level, positioning, looping, or timing control. Assigning sounds. Selecting a custom system alert sound is straightforward. Choose System Preferences from the Apple Menu and then click Sound. Under the Sound Effects tab, you'll see a list of alerts that should now include your new custom sounds; simply click the one you want to select it. Here's how you can turn off Mac OS X system sounds completely and Apple takes a bunch of decisions in the background to make sure that. Any files located in the following locations will available to choose as alert sounds: /System/Library/Sounds/ /Library/Sounds/ /Users/.