The main feature of each Apple product is the ease of its interface and how users interact with it. Each gesture is designed to be inclusive with the age and knowledge of the people. Be it the iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Mac or Apple Watch. Most users do not want its use to be complicated and complex like its similar competitors. So, today we will learn how to adjust the audio of the Mac with a few simple tricks. For the most demanding users of the powerful Mac.
Turn off sound volume adjustment indicator
We all know that when we raise or lower the volume of the Mac it plays a sound. This sound indicates by default the level of volume that we increase or decrease. Well, for many this is a problem. For example, for a speaker it is quite annoying to adjust the volume with these background sound indicators. In an auditorium it is uncomfortable while playing an audio while we do it.
To silence this indicator while adjusting the volume, just follow these steps:
- Access the menu of System Preferences …
- We search and open the Sound option
- And in the deactivate the option Emit sound when changing the volume
With this, raising or lowering the volume will not have that sound indicator by default. Although this change is permanent there is another trick if we only want to silence the indicator sound temporarily .
We only have to press the SHIFT key and the buttons to increase or decrease the volume , according to our preference. This will temporarily silence the indicator.
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Adjust the volume more accurately
When we turn up the volume or lower it, the Mac by default offers us 16 sound levels . For many this turns out to be a problem when editing videos or listening to some audio with the desired volume. Well, the trick is the following.
- Press at the same time ALT + SHIFT + Increase or decrease the volume
Audio source selection
Our Mac allows us to link external speakers to be used as the source of our audio. Whether Bluetooth speakers or maybe an AirPort device that we have at home. Our Mac helps us to select from which device we want to listen to the audio.
We only have to go to the top bar of our Mac and select the volume icon. Automatically we will see the options of speakers to be used to reproduce the sound. We select and ready.
As we can see. The simplicity of accessing these options are absolutely simple and simple for any user. These are not complex like the operating systems of your competitors. With pop-ups and innumerable confusing options.