SBX-1 Driver Ver.1.0.1 for Mac OS X
This is the SBX-1 driver for Mac OS X v10.7 / OS X v10.8 / OS X v10.9 / OS X v10.10 / OS X v10.11.
[ When you use on OS X Yosemite (10.10) ]
After unarchiving, if "the identity of the developer cannot be confirmed." appears on execution, follow the steps below to execute.
* This is required only on the first operation.
- Click the icon while pushing the [control] key.
- Select the [Open] from the displayed menu.
- Click the [Open] button after the message to confirm the execution is displayed.
[ CAUTION on OS X Yosemite (10.10) / OS X El Capitan (10.11) ]
* During installation, the message "SBX-1 Driver Ver.1.0.1 for OS X 10.9" is displayed, but the driver can be used without problem under OS X 10.10 / OS X 10.11.
This driver has the following requirements.
* Please also check the System requirements for the audio/MIDI application and the operating system you're using.
Mac OS X v10.7 / OS X v10.8 / OS X v10.9 / OS X v10.10 / OS X v10.11 Computer
Apple Mac series computer with on-board USB CPU / Clock
Intel(R) Core(TM) 2 Processer / 2.0 GHz or higher Memory
2.0 GB or more
* Even if connected to a USB 3.0 port, the performance of the product will not change.
* Mac computers running Microsoft Windows are not supported.
Caution if using a Mac equipped with a 64-bit processor
On Mac OS X v10.7, software that is 64-bit compatible will run in 64-bit mode.
If your software does not run correctly in 64-bit mode, you may be able to avoid the problem by starting up your software in 32-bit mode as follows.
- If your software is running, close it.
- Control-click the icon for your software, and choose "Get Info."
- Under "General," check "Open in 32-bit mode."
* This setting is not available for software that is not 64-bit compatible.
- Start up your software.
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