With Apple's Mountain Lion becoming their most successful OS X release ever (over 3,000,000 downloads in the first four days), we thought we'd briefly bring you up to date on our plug-ins' compatibility with the new OS. And when we say "briefly," we mean it.
We're happy to report that, with a single exception (a bit more about that below), everything works just fine, thank you.
About that exception, if you're using the VST version of the new Auto-Tune Live in 32-bit mode (but not 64-bit mode), there's a potential issue in Cubase and Nuendo. Details (and a workaround) can be found here.
Other than that, everything's cool.
As you may or may not have heard, Mountain Lion includes a new security mechanism called Gatekeeper that, on its default setting, prevents software downloaded from the internet (but not from a CD or DVD) from being installed unless it was downloaded from the Apple App Store or the installer is digitally "signed" by an identified developer. While we are working on signed installers, they're not yet ready. Luckily, in the meantime, there are two methods for installing our current plug-ins.
For each installer:
Permanently disable Gatekeeper (not recommended, but it's up to you):
In either case, you can then install your software.
- The Whole Antares Crew
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