Does this Qualify as the go ahead for FXpansion to finally commit to VST support?
[b][b][b]Avid Release Pro Tools 10.3, adds OS X Mountain Lion & Thunderbolt Compati[/b]bil[/b]ity[/b]
From Avid’s website:
Pro Tools Version 10.3 is an officially qualified and recommended installer for:
Pro Tools systems on Mac OS X 10.6.7 – 10.8 or Windows 7 SP1
Pro Tools|HDX systems on Mac OS X 10.7 – 10.8 or Windows 7 SP1
Pro Tools|HD Native systems on Mac OS X 10.6.7 – 10.8 or Windows 7 SP1
Pro Tools|HD Native Thunderbolt systems on Mac OS X 10.7.4 – 10.8 or Windows 7 SP1
Pro Tools|HD Accel systems on Mac OS X 10.6.7 – 10.8 or Windows 7 SP1
The website also mentions that, although this version of Pro Tools is now qualified for Mountain Lion, if you own a Mac Pro, it’s only officially supported on computers with Nehalem processors onwards. In other words, if your Mac Pro dates from earlier than March 2009, you’re outta luck.
Another caveat is that Pro Tools non-HD device drivers (such as drivers for M-Audio FireWire interfaces, Mbox 2, Mbox 2 Micro, Mbox 2 Mini, Mbox 2 Pro, & Pro Tools Mbox Mini) are not yet officially supported with Mountain Lion.
Pro Tools 10 and Mac OS 10.7.4
Wanted to ask Angus if we are close to a solution for running FXpanision with the versions of software I listed and Mac OS above this rev?
Going out of Pro Tools to run another DAW that supports VST's is such a bandaid.
Awesome post and The circumstance has been enhanced by Rewire bolster, and also Native Instruments' selection of RTAS, yet there is as yet an incredible number of VST-design modules some free that we've passed up a major opportunity for.