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iTunes Volume Control

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how do i make my itunes stop beeping everytimes i change the volume, it's incredibly annoying. Bleep, bleep. bleep,bleep,bleep,bleep....shut UP!!
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Go to System Prefrences > Sound > Uncheck "Play feedback when volume changes"

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thanks DJ Lee. Hey DJ Lee, you should do a cover off 'girl from ipanema'.
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