Ableton 8 Runs On Yosemite If You're Wondering.

Haven't seen anyone answer this definitively yet so I thought I would post. Ableton 8.4.2 (32 bit) is running on my 2007 MacBook Pro with 4 GB of RAM on OS X Yosemite without issue (So far). All plug-ins are behaving as normal and have seen no issues whatsoever thus far. I'm pretty stoked. Also I may as well mention my soundcard, a Roland UA– 25, which the Roland driver page says is no longer supported is working as it should.

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jesse81 2 years ago | 1 comment

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  • JoMaNyLo
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    I've been looking all over for this - thank you soooo much for posting that! 

    2 years ago | 0 comments
  • Gabeb2000
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    Thanks for the info!

    2 years ago | 0 comments
  • doyourhomework85
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    Finally someone posts about it! Been looking for something online that says if it works. Thanks.

    2 years ago | 0 comments
  • erlend
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    I updated to Yosemite (64-bit MacBook 2010), then installed Live 8.4.2, and it wouldn't open because "identity of the developer can't be confirmed". But this is a security issue, not a compatibility issue, so I went to System prefs > Security & privacy > General and clicked "Open anyway", and then it opened and everything seems OK.

    I had Live Lite 8.2.1 M-Audio edition installed before the Yosemite update, and it opened without questions after the update.

    2 years ago | 0 comments
  • hanston
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    For me the UA-25 also works in Yosemite and Live 9 Suite. There is one small problem however: the UA-25 pane in Systems Settings does not work. When you try to change the settings of the UA-25 and want to save these, the interface complains that another application is using the device.

    1 year ago | 0 comments

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