If you want to enable background sounds on your Mac, you can follow these steps:
- Open System Preferences: Click on the Apple logo in the top left corner of your screen and select “System Preferences” from the drop-down menu.
- Select “Accessibility”: In the System Preferences window, click on the “Accessibility” icon.
- Go to “Audio”: In the Accessibility window, scroll down the left sidebar and select “Audio”.
- Check “Play audio cues for system events”: Under the “Audio” section, check the box next to “Play audio cues for system events” to enable background sounds on your Mac.
- Choose your sound settings: To customize your sound settings, click on the “Sound Effects” tab at the top of the window. Here, you can choose a different sound for each system event, adjust the volume of the sounds, and choose whether to play sound effects when using the keyboard or mouse.
Once you have enabled background sounds on your Mac, you will hear sounds for system events such as opening and closing applications, emptying the trash, and taking screenshots. You can customize these sounds to your liking using the Sound Effects tab in the Accessibility settings.
How do I get Background Sounds on my Mac?
To get background sounds on your Mac, you can follow these steps:
- Open the App Store: Click on the App Store icon in your Dock or open the App Store from your Applications folder.
- Search for “Background Noises”: In the App Store, use the search bar to search for “Background Noises” or a similar app that provides background sounds.
- Download and install the app: Find the app you want to download and click on the “Get” or “Download” button. Once the download is complete, the app will be installed on your Mac.
- Open the app: Click on the app icon in your Applications folder or use Spotlight search to find the app and open it.
- Choose your background sound: In the app, you can choose from a variety of different background sounds such as rain, thunder, waves, or white noise. Select the sound you want to play by clicking on the corresponding icon or button.
- Adjust the volume: Use the volume slider in the app to adjust the volume of the background sound to your liking.
Once you have chosen your background sound and adjusted the volume, the sound will play continuously in the background while you work on your Mac. You can minimize the app or hide it in your Dock while the sound continues to play. You can also adjust the sound settings or switch to a different background sound at any time.
How do I get background noise on settings?
I’m sorry, but there isn’t a built-in option to add background noise to settings on a Mac. However, you can use third-party apps or websites to generate background noise or ambient sounds while you work on your Mac. Here are some options:
- Noisli: Noisli is a website and app that lets you mix and match different background sounds, such as rain, thunder, or white noise, to create your own custom background noise. You can access Noisli on the web or download the app from the App Store.
- A Soft Murmur: A Soft Murmur is a website that provides a variety of ambient sounds, including rain, waves, birds, and coffee shop noise. You can mix and match the sounds to create your own custom background noise.
- White Noise Lite: White Noise Lite is a free app for Mac that provides a variety of background sounds, such as rain, thunder, and ocean waves. You can customize the sound settings and adjust the volume to your liking.
Once you have chosen an app or website to generate background noise, you can adjust the volume to your liking and continue working on your Mac. Keep in mind that playing background noise or music may affect your concentration and productivity, so it’s important to find the right balance for your needs.