Hope 10.6.3 fixes logic 9.1
running in 32 bit...
just got a samsung ssd and loaded everything from scratch no migration - 2008 mbp - 1 week of use...
today - loaded trilian, waldorf largo and modartt froze tracks then played with BFD2 and the whole thing when blank and disappeared...
It is too old 2003?! I'm lucky I can launch it manually....
It is a dinosaur - one I liked when in need
I did email them btw
I would like to have gotten another half of a year till beginning
2010 - but oh well
thought there might be a straight out security fix for this
too costly to keep...
i'm going to throw out a guess for the new imacs
quad chips (8 hyperthreaded)
audio rca in out and spdif (hopefully)
usb 3 (ready to go but activated through software update)
further going to guess the apogee will make the sound interface (but it won't be advertised as...
i have to manually launch the EmagicA26A62mFW in the folder then it goes to terminal and starts working till the computer is shut down (last picture above)
tried this: in terminal:
sudo rm .disabled
- not working -
there is no...
here are some screenshots
I had been using a Lynx L22 in my G4 till I got the laptop and sold the tower and have since been using the emi
I would like to get the uln-2 but am waiting for 24/192
Same with the alleged apogee quatro or quartet with 24/192
The emagic was ROCK...
yeah tried some stuff in terminal - wouldn't recognize the file path
i can manually go in and launch the loader and may have to reconnect it but then it works while the computer is running
sudo rm .disabled
I get this error message:
"/Library/StartupItems/EmagicA26A62mFirmwareLoader" has not been started because it does not have the proper security settings.
It is usually stored in the system preference panes
one developer let me try two ilok licenses on each computer - 1 ilok dongle on each computer
the plug would not launch
once the second dongle was returned to the first computer the plug would launch - no problem
so it is a conflict with iloks and pace software across multiple computers