Apple Silicon Support Updates

Hey there!

On November 10th, 2020 Apple announced the first Apple Silicon Macs to arrive
They should be available by tomorrow (November 17th).

Keep in mind we’re not yet supporting Apple Silicon.

It might work using Rosseta 2 emulating Intel 64-bit. But mileage may vary. :slight_smile:

We will test Apple Silicon as soon as machines we’ll get our Apple Silicon machines and issue a compatibility statement ASAP.

For macOS 11, Big Sur Compatibility (tested with Intel Macs):


Update December 9, 2020:

We’ve tested our plug-ins on production Apple M1 machines.
All of our current products seems to be working well under Logic Pro X using Rosetta.

We will update as soon as we’ll have more news on native Apple Silicon releases for our products.

Hi there.

Auto Align is not opening for me under rosetta. Any idea how you got this working?

Thanks for your time.

Auto Align 1.6.1
Logic 10.6.1
Mac mini (M1, 2020)
Big Sir 11.0.1 (20B29)

Hi @polydivision,
Thank your for contacting us.
I’ve tried to reproduce your issue without luck.
(I were able to launch Auto-Align under Logic while running in Rosetta and while running natively only sandboxing Auto-Align as rosetta).

Here are some troubleshooting tips:

  • Make sure you have latest iLok License Manager installed.
  • Restart your machine (Audio-Units sometimes fail to be properly recognized without restarting)
  • Try updating to Big Sur 11.1 (my test machine was running 11.1)

If you still have issues, contact our support here.

Hey thanks for your reply, much appreciated.

I have Logic running in Rosetta but how do I sandbox Auto-Align as rosetta?


When Open Using Rosetta is unchecked, Logic would run natively.
Any Intel Audio-Unit you’ll use will run in ‘sandboxed’ / separated process.

If you need troubleshooting, our support would be more beneficial than the forum :slight_smile:

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Just a follow-up.
We’ve updated Auto-Align to improve compatibility with M1 Macs under Rosetta2.

Auto-Align 1.6.2 is available under the User Area on our website.

Update May 23rd,
After investigating several cases of Rosetta Audio-Units not showing we now have a solution on our answerbase:

This seems to be a possible issue with any Rosetta Audio-Unit under Apple Silicon machines.