Project-4D demonstrates using TurbulenceFD in Cinema 4D and having the fluids react to sound using the Sound Control Preset for Cinema 4D provided by RenderKing.it, much similar to the way you are able to drive particles and have them react to sound.
I like to save my cache simulation just in case I want to use it for something else, and I will show more than how to use it for Sound React simulation, i will show you how to get these sexy highlights in your simulations
Project-4D shows how to set up Sound Control and shows how to drive fluid attributes through the Xpresso Editor in Cinema. This isn’t the first time Project 4D has created a Fluids based tutorial for cinema 4D, he has also posted CREATING SLOW MOTION SMOKE OR FIRE USING TURBULENCEFD IN CINEMA 4D previously.
Turbulence FD is a voxel based Fluid Dynamics plugin for Cinema 4D, Lightwave, and After Effects providing a simple workflow with adaptive fluid containers and collision objects with the ability to create sub grid detail in simulations.