ik dacht al bij het lezen "waar heb ik dat ook alweer..."
gelukkig voor jullie heb ik het gevonden :)
kan je 't volgende lezen:
[b:072e731768][size=18:072e731768]Bring on the Noise[/size:072e731768][/b:072e731768]
When we bought our Power Mac 6500 I scared my wife half to death. I left a self-playing startup sound of an explosion in the System Folder with the volume cranked to full. I had also added several other sounds to the system. Until recently, I have missed that ability in OS X.
When I migrated to OS X one of the things that I missed most was the ability to add new startup sounds to the system. In the past, most startup sounds played as system extensions were loading. Under OS X this is no longer true and until recently I was unaware of an easy way to solve this problem. Now thanks to some ingenious Mac users there are some easy solutions. Here are the tools you need and the steps to take.
First you will need the right tool for the job. I have tested both Classic Startup Sound and Quick Startup Sound on my G4, and both programs seem to work well without any adverse effect on the system. Quick Startup Sound is freeware and Classic Startup Sound is donationware. Both programs install in the same way, operate in the same way, and support a variety of sound file formats.
Now that you have got the right tool, install it anywhere on your hard drive that you find convenient. While you are here, go ahead and put your new startup sound in the same folder as the program. The sound file must be in this location for either program to work correctly.
Now that we have gotten this far we are halfway home. The next step is to rename your new startup sound “defaultsound”. The filename must be one word with no quotation marks around it. Do not include the file extension (mp3, snd, etc.) as part of the filename.
There is only one step left to perform. Open your Login Items preference pane and add whichever program you are using to your login items. You now have a new startup sound that will play as the desktop loads
nu nog het huidige startup-sound-bestand vinden en kopiëren, even opendoen in een soundApp en beetje stiller zetten. Of 't zou moeten zijn dat je d’r creatief mee wil zijn natuurlijk, think different zeg ik altijd