Mute Certain Apps Mac 2018

Mute Certain Apps Mac 2018

I like the game “World of Goo”, but there are no built in volume controls. Is there any way I can control the application volume another way? I like to listen to music while I play so muting the whole computer isn’t helpful.

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  1. Hello Jernara,

    Unfortunately, you can't. The game does not have the option of turning off the music/soundfx.

    So you should go with changing PC's volume controls until your preferable level of sound.

    I hope it helped.

    • That's actually what I'm asking how to do; in Windows you can open the volume mixer and adjust the volume of individual programs but I need something like that for OSX so I can circumvent the lack of in-game volume controls without changing the volume for the whole computer.

      • Hello Jernara,
        Check this website on exactly how to change the output volume of your system..Go to the website and read the instructions
        Here is the link

        check this website also to change the sound preference

        Imessage app for mac 10.6.8. Once in 'SOUND' window. Below at the bottom there is a box of Output Volume Slide the bar front or back to increase and decrease the master volume to your preference.

        I hope it helped

        • Hi, thanks for the suggestions, but this still only lets me adjust the volume for the system as a whole, and not mute individual applications.

  2. Hello, have you checked the settings for your game? Most games have the option of turning sound off. Check in the settings under sound. It is usually found with the description sound on.

    • The game genuinely doesn't have any sound or video controls. It's been a complaint with the game for years but the developers just never bothered to do anything about it.

  3. Mute A Single Application
    'Audio Hijack Pro'

    You need to reinstall MacOSSometimes the update problem points to a more serious flaw in MacOS. Software update option not showing on mac free.

    Hear can control the volume and quality of each application independently. You can control enable and disable each effect independently


    • Hi,
      Thanks for the suggestions (which look promising) but I'm searching for free solutions to this issue.

        • Unfortunately, the only ways to do this are with paid applications like the ones you suggested. :-(