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KORG: macOS Catalina and iOS 13 support for KORG products

edited September 16 in Off-topic

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We've got very important news about compatibility of our products with the upcoming macOS Catalina and iOS 13. Click the link below for full details.

https://www.korg.com/uk/news/2019/0911/

https://www.korg.com/us/news/2019/0911/

Both links are dead now.

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  • Started reading the page from your link. The page refreshed itself (??!!) and displayed “page not found” message. Now the link isn’t working. Maybe there was a mistake or some information we weren’t supposed to be privy to. Could you summarise the main points for us?

  • Dear KORG users,

    We are excited about macOS Catalina and iOS13 from Apple Inc. and we are currently testing all KORG products to be the compliant for these OS and will confirm compliance dates for each KORG product as soon as possible. Now, some products do not work with these OS. Until we have confirmed compliance, we advise waiting until all devices and applications have been tested before updating to these OS.

    The products that we have detected problems with.* (as of September 11, 2019)

    • KORG USB-MIDI Driver (Each products that use it)
    • microKEY Air (It cannot connect to iOS 13 device via BLE-MIDI)
    • nanoKEY Studio (It cannot connect to iOS 13 device via BLE-MIDI)
    • nanoKONTROL Studio (It cannot connect to iOS 13 device via BLE-MIDI)
    • KORG Collection for Mac/PC (Stand-alone version)
    • KROME Editor / Plug-In Editor
    • KROSS Editor / Plug-In Editor
    • KROSS2 Editor / Plug-In Editor
    • KRONOS Editor / Plug-in Editor
    • AudioGate 4
    • AudioGate Recording Studio
    • DS-DAC-10R

    Unsuppoted products.

    • DS-DAC-10 (DS-DAC Driver will not support for macOS Catalina)
    • DS-DAC-100 (DS-DAC Driver will not support for macOS Catalina)
    • DS-DAC-100m (DS-DAC Driver will not support for macOS Catalina)
    • microX/X50 Editor / Plug-In Editor
    • M3 Editor / Plug-In Editor
    • M50 Editor / Plug-In Editor
    • PS60 Editor / Plug-In Editor
    • microStation Editor / Plug-In Editor

    • Other products may also malfunction, so please refrain from updating to these OS.

    We thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.

  • “The products that we have detected problems with.* (as of September 11, 2019)

    • KORG USB-MIDI Driver (Each products that use it)
    • microKEY Air (It cannot connect to iOS 13 device via BLE-MIDI)
    • nanoKEY Studio (It cannot connect to iOS 13 device via BLE-MIDI)
    • nanoKONTROL Studio (It cannot connect to iOS 13 device via BLE-MIDI)”

    JFC 👿

  • On My MacBook Air I'll most likely stay on Mojave for quite some time to come. The Steinberg/Yamaha UR242 driver hasn't seen an update in ages and Renoise (even the just released 3.2) will likely break since it still has a wrapper in order to be able to use 32-bit VST plug-ins.. (It could be that it works but just crashes when trying to use the 32-bit plug-ins).

    Time will tell...

    What's next Security vs Usability?
    (The best way to keep 'computers' secure is not to use them all).

  • @Beathoven said:
    Started reading the page from your link. The page refreshed itself (??!!) and displayed “page not found” message. Now the link isn’t working. Maybe there was a mistake or some information we weren’t supposed to be privy to. Could you summarise the main points for us?

    I've added a new link. The uk link seems to be gone, the us link is still working.

  • @White said:

    @Beathoven said:
    Started reading the page from your link. The page refreshed itself (??!!) and displayed “page not found” message. Now the link isn’t working. Maybe there was a mistake or some information we weren’t supposed to be privy to. Could you summarise the main points for us?

    I've added a new link. The uk link seems to be gone, the us link is still working.

    No, it's gone too 🤔

  • Anyone on the beta for either of these and have any of the devices? Just recently got a microkey air

  • I can confirm nanokey studio doesn’t connect

  • @BiancaNeve said:
    I can confirm nanokey studio doesn’t connect

    @BiancaNeve Is that just for Bluetooth or can it still be used as a standard midi usb connection?

  • @Jumpercollins said:

    @BiancaNeve said:
    I can confirm nanokey studio doesn’t connect

    @BiancaNeve Is that just for Bluetooth or can it still be used as a standard midi usb connection?

    Well it doesn’t work with a normal camera connection kit. Will try with a hub later.

  • Nanokey Studio works if there’s power to the camera connection kit, but not without. And also not with a cheap third party CCC alternative.

  • Ooh. That will be a deal breaker for me if it can't even connect by USB.

    This sounds like it would require a firmware update on the NanoKEY Studio. I hate Korg's firmware update process, but have done it twice now, so I guess I can do it again if/when they release one.

  • If this would require an firmware update for the NanoKey Studio that would really suck. I don’t even have access to a desktop computer...
    Let’s hope KORG is contacting Apple so this can be fixed in iOS. After all it’s working fine with current versions.

  • I use my MicroKey Air-37 more that my other keyboard controller.
    Hope they can sort this out quickly.
    What good is a Bluetooth Controller that can't connect using Bluetooth....

  • edited September 16

    I just got the latest Audiobus update that says “added Bluetooth permissions flag required in iOS 13.” Could this be the whole issue with Bluetooth? And if so, would this work in iOS 13 then? @BiancaNeve is there a way to test this? On the iOS beta would you get the Audiobus update? Thanks in advance.

  • edited September 17

    You must have a later test version of AB than me then

    I have 3.4.7 and it’s not working.

    Weird the latest live version is newer than the latest test version anyway I updated to that but it’s still not working.

  • It works with a Wej though.

  • @BiancaNeve thank you for checking

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