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I upgraded Yosemite, and turns out they changed the "pop" sound that plays when you change the volume. I have another Mac, which is on Mavericks, and I would like to get the old sound back.

I saw Where are the Mac OS X alert sound files located?, and it is NOT there in Macintosh HD ▸ System ▸ Library ▸ Sounds

Any help would be appreciated.

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The volume up/down feedback audio file is called volume.aiff and is located in:

/System/Library/LoginPlugins/BezelServices.loginPlugin/Contents/Resources/
  • Thanks very much! How did you think of looking in there? This information might be useful in other cases too! – gunner Oct 17 '14 at 18:26
  • To be perfectly honest... I googled your question, word for word. I knew it was in /System/Library, however I didn't remember the exact path. – Patrick McMahon Oct 17 '14 at 18:27
  • Huh! That's embarassing (for me)! – gunner Oct 17 '14 at 18:30
  • @gunner I was working on this answer, but Patrick was faster by one minute:) I did this in Terminal: cd /System/Library && find . -name *.aiff. – Mateusz Szlosek Oct 20 '14 at 11:06
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Go to System Preference > Sound, and check "Play feedback when volume is changed".

You may have to restart your computer if it doesn't work when you check it. I did and now it works.

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    That wasn't my question. – gunner Nov 4 '14 at 5:45
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The volume up/down feedback audio file is called volume.aiff and is located in:

/System/Library/LoginPlugins/BezelServices.loginPlugin/Contents/Resources/ Then you may need to restart terminal and your computer if you are editing that file.

  • I'm unable to find "LoginPlugins" on my MacBook Pro running OS X 10.10.4 "Yosemite". – RedEagle2000 Aug 16 '15 at 22:05
  • Verified I have that folder and file (OS X 10.10.5). Odd that it is not on your system. – Steve Chambers Aug 16 '15 at 22:46
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I use FindAnyFile from the app store to find any file anywhere on my Mac. I've had it for ages and couldn't live without it...

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