Will Native Instruments Apps Work With Mac OS X 10.7?

Here's The Official Word....      27/06/11
Will Native Instruments Apps Work With Mac OS X 10.7?


Native Instruments has conducted initial compatibility tests with pre-release versions of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, and has found an issue that causes the 64-bit versions of NI applications to cras,h both when used stand-alone and as a plug-in.

The cause of this issue has been identified and updates for the affected products are currently in development, with their respective release planned for September or earlier.

In the meantime, NI recommentds that you utilize the 32-bit versions of the respective NI applications, or refrain from updating to Mac OS X 10.7.

Native Instruments has found no other compatibility issues under Mac OS X 10.7, but says that it plans to conduct further systematic tests once it has access to the final release version of the operating system.

Note: TRAKTOR and KORE are 32-bit applications only, and therefore not affected by this issue.

Native Instruments's compatibility info was last updated on June 23rd, 2011. 

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4 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
mattsynth    Said...

Here we go again another upgrade cost from NI. Time to freeze my NI studio software.

27-Jun-11 07:23 AM


Peter    Said...

Since when NI charges for software updates?

27-Jun-11 07:32 AM


erok    Said...

Usually free update... but I have to admit, I want to say something negative from my recent Kore wounding. No excuse, they should have had an update ready! Now I've said it!

27-Jun-11 07:14 PM


Synthoverlord    Said...

No update until September 'or earlier'???? How many developers do they have working at NI these days, or are all but working full time on Sample Libraries instead or producing innovative stuff? And yes, just like erok, I'm still annoyed at their treatment of us Kore customers.

27-Jun-11 10:34 PM


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