macOS Monterey and Apple Silicon Compatibility Information

October 25, 2021

USB

Duet 3

Compatible

Symphony Desktop

Compatible

Duet for iPad & Mac and Duet 2

Compatible

Apple Silicon/M1: Apogee Control 2 beta Software Now Available

ONE for Mac

Compatible

Apple Silicon/M1: Apogee Control 2 beta Software Now Available

ONE for iPad & Mac

Compatible

Apple Silicon/M1: Apogee Control 2 beta Software Now Available

Quartet

Compatible

Apple Silicon/M1: Apogee Control 2 beta Software Now Available

HypeMiC

Compatible

MiC +

Compatible

JAM +

Compatible

Groove

Compatible

THUNDERBOLT

Element Series

Compatible

Ensemble Thunderbolt

Compatible

Symphony I/O Mk II

Symphony I/O Mk II (Thunderbolt)

Compatible

See below for known issues

Symphony I/O Mk II (PTHD)

Check with AVID support on Pro Tools Status

(Refer to www.avid.com for compatibility with Pro Tools™ software)

No Apogee Software Required  

Symphony I/O Mk II (Dante + PTHD)

Check with Audinate support for Dante Status

(Refer to www.audinate.com for compatibility with Dante™ software) 

No Apogee Software Required 

Symphony I/O Mk II (SoundGrid)

Check with Waves support for Soundgrid Status

(Refer to www.waves.com for compatibility with Waves SoundGrid™ software)

No Apogee Software Required 

Symphony I/O (USB, ThunderBridge, Symphony 64)

Compatible

PLUGINS

Apogee Native Plugins

Compatible (with Rosetta translation)

KNOWN ISSUE: DAW will beachball/hang unless latest iLok License Manager software is installed. Download from iLok website: ilok.com/#!license-manager

Includes:

  • Clearmountain’s Domain (Apple silicon compatibility to be announced)
  • Clearmountain’s Spaces
  • Symphony ECS Channel Strip
  • Pultec EQP-1A
  • Pultec MEQ-5
  • Opto 3-A
  • ModEQ 6
  • ModComp



*Known Issues

These are the current known issues with Apogee products on Intel based Macs running macOS Monterey

Symphony I/O Mk II Thunderbolt, Element Series, and Ensemble Thunderbolt

  • Some users may experience an issue after installing where the iLok License Manager app won’t open. This is usually accompanied by an ‘Activation Error – DirectIO’ dialog and/or a ‘Software Component Unavailable’ dialog. The solution is to run the latest iLok License Manager installer again after you run the Apogee installer. The iLok License Manager installer is available as a download from Pace’s iLok website. If the iLok License Manager opens fine after you run the Apogee installer, there is no need to run the iLok License Manager installer again.
  • On Intel Macs, running the installer twice may be needed to get the Apogee Kext to be allowed in the system.

Quartet, Duet for iPad & Mac, ONE for iPad & Mac (Black or Silver)

  • Keyboard volume control & visual popups on computer screen not functional or intermittent