mocker wrote:I'm not pissed off or anything, but, frankly, I don't agree at all. If Apple is releasing a public beta version of their latest OS, the minimum would be that KMI just checks it on a test machine, to see if the problem persists. Would that really dedicate "all of [your] firmware engineer resources" to that matter ? I just don't get it. And are there really lots of OTHER manufacturers affected by this issue ?
Considering we have ~2 firmware engineers, and they are both REALLY busy with K-Mix, any type of firmware work IS dedicating all of our resources. I didn't mean to imply that checking if the problem persists is dedicating all of our resources.
If we need to conform to something that Apple has changed in regards to USB MIDI we will, of course. I'm not saying we won't fix this if we need to, I'm just saying it's not that easy, and we can't drop everything to address it. We are a very small company (by no means comparable to Serato, so that comparison is quite unfair), so the turnaround on things like this isn't quite as fast.
I don't mean to be snarky when I say this, but if you plan on updating the OS on a machine you use to make music, you should probably check for compatibility with your gear first.
As I said in an earlier post, we're looking into it.