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granular sound design tool for Win and OS · By hvoya audio

Can't open Ribs on my new Macbook Pro M1 Max

A topic by Richard Devine created Mar 15, 2022 Views: 647 Replies: 5
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Both the app and AU/VST's won't open on my machine. Is anyone else having the same issue. :-(

On Monterey 12.2.1 

same here I think it has to do with the new apple chips. might take a while for them to update Ribs to make it compatible

Just wanted to come in and say I am having the same issue and I am on a 2019 Mac. I think it's an issue with all Macs that's been around for some time. I've tried one of the solutions in an earlier post and was able to open the application itself, but the VST doesn't show up in my VSTs on Ableton.

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Also having this issue, which is unfortunate because this plugin strikes me as incredibly versatile and fun. :< If you guys could fix this I would be incredibly grateful!

EDIT: An update to Csound seems to have fixed the issue! Huzzah!

what is that and how do i make sure I'm running the latest version as well?

Likewise - any updates?  M1 Max, Monterey 12.6, and the latest CSound.  The application "can't be opened", using Ableton - the vst doesn't appear, then with the AU says "this Audio Unit plug-in is not compatible, A compatible audio format could not be found".

Suggestions warmly welcomed