1 (edited by rjan 2021-06-18 20:38:11)

Topic: TotalMix Remote Mac universal binary not native for M1?

Hi,
When trying to install TotalMix Remote Mac Universal Binary 1.22 (supports Intel and M1) my MacBook Air asks to install Rosetta. As I understand Universal Binary should run natively on M1? What I'm missing here?

Solution:
In terminal window do the following:
cd ~/Downloads
pkgutil --expand TotalMixRemote_122.pkg TotalMixRemote_122
rm TotalMixRemote_122.pkg
cd TotalMixRemote_122

Edit 'Distribution' file and change the line
<options customize="never" require-scripts="false"/>
to line
<options customize="never" hostArchitectures="x86_64,arm64" require-scripts="false"/>

pkgutil --flatten TotalMixRemote_122 TotalMixRemote_122.pkg
rm -r TotalMixRemote_122
Install  TotalMixRemote_122.pkg as usually, no questions about Rosetta.

Re: TotalMix Remote Mac universal binary not native for M1?

Great idea and software (TotalMix Remote)

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Re: TotalMix Remote Mac universal binary not native for M1?

Sorry, the installer seems to be incomplete. We will fix this shortly.

Regards
Matthias Carstens
RME

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Re: TotalMix Remote Mac universal binary not native for M1?

I reuploaded the Mac TM FX Remote, MIDI Remote and the DURec Wave File Batch Processor. Their fixed installer no longer causes a request to install Rosetta on M1 machines. Thanks again for notifying us.

Regards
Matthias Carstens
RME

5 (edited by jbaylies 2021-12-29 22:21:22)

Re: TotalMix Remote Mac universal binary not native for M1?

Where is the download link for this?

On this page: https://www.rme-usa.com/totalmix-fx-remote.html the download link for Mac downloads version 1.12

Edit: Ah, found it here: https://rme-audio.de/downloads.html

Just had to select the software without first selecting the hardware.

to clarify that downloads page, maybe change the text "Please choose" to "select product" ?