Sure sounded like the perfect solution and really appreciate your help. Once again is unfortunate as I set it two different ways 1st was freedesktop and the last was custom neither setting gets me more than one more sound and that is called warning sound. The rest of all the sound files never play for anything I do on the desktop. As of now I have the speaker test sounds, warning sound, default alert sound and device-added. There are several files down there and just nothing plays. As you suggested I found after opening dconf and going under org/desktop/sounds I found 3 settings Event sounds was already checked. I put a check mark in input-feedback-sounds and clicked underneath between the custom and freedesktop. Is really strange to have all those sound files and they all do nothing at all! Really amazes me! Hopefully, there is more ideas out there to get them going! It just baffles me to have an OS loaded with sound files that never play! Well have been worse as I mentioned last time, that other Linux's didn't even give the event sounds! Is a real nightmare there especially when errors are happening and you don't get a visual or sound! Least have to be grateful at least that works on here. Still as I get so excited when I see something I have never heard of such as boot sound, I just crave to hear and see it in action!!! Love new stuff, is why I have Sabayon installed!!!! Honestly, really appreciate all help cause I want to stay on Sabayon and enjoy everything about it! Thanks for all help!!!