This topic is a small experience with the new MacOS Sonoma and AnalogLab V.
- Sonoma MacOS
- CPU Apple Sillicon M2 PRO
- AnalogLab V (v5.8.0 released for MacOS Ventura)
- GarageBand DAW (v10.4.8) for Mac
- Software without Rosetta (Rosetta disabled)
Application Arturia Software Center: OK
Application AnalogLab V: OK
PlugIn AnalogLab V: NOT OK
GarageBand crashes when I try to reopen a project that uses AnalogLab plugin. in other words, it’s possible to configure a track with the plugin but once the project is saved it is not possible reopen again because GarageBand crashing.
Hope this information is usefull for the technical service
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Thank you the fast response
Thanks @matjones and @LBH
Yes, I know that Sonoma is just recent MacOS.
For this reason I post my experience in order to help you if my comments have valué for you.
Thanks and best regards
I thought that might be the case. Thanks.
Hi again @matjones and @LBH , how are you today ?
I have some news about this topic.
Recently GarageBand has been updated with some improvements. One of that improvements is tachaaannn , plugins
So, I have tested AnalogLab Pro Plugin again and now seems that it works!!!
Please, take with care this information because I have to do more testings and I want to wait for your updates to Sonoma. Anyway I have one screenshot if it can be useful for you.
It’s just the next message the first time that AnalogLab is used as PlugIn:
The requested Audio Unit requires a lower security level than GarageBand, Continue?
I will test again and again and will post the results.
Best regards and have a nice weekend
I’m fine hope you are too.
FYI: I and Matt are users that’s also are moderators. We are not actual Arturia employees.
Ok , thanks and nice yo meet you
Anyway hope my comments help to the technical support guys and everybody inside forum
My best wishes for the Arturia’s artists technicians and musicians