Version 1.0 Build 59 BETA March 2, 20211. Added support for macOS 11 Big Sur. This driver only supports Big Sur and will not function on any previous macOS operating system.2. Added support for Apple Silicon M1 platform. To install this driver on a Macintosh with an M1 processor, kernel extensions must be enabled manually in recovery mode. Please see the FAQ for step by step installation instructions.
Please Note: PowerPC-based Macs with the above interfaces as well as the original Mbox are not supported with Digidesign CoreAudio Drivers v8.0.3, with Pro Tools 8.0.3 and higher, or Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard).PowerPC-based Mac users (all interfaces listed above except the Eleven Rack*) and original Mbox owners (on PowerPC or Intel-based Mac) on Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) should use the CoreAudio driver included with Pro Tools 7.4.2, 8.0, or 8.0.1. Original Mbox users or PowerPC users without Pro Tools installed can use the Standalone Digidesign CoreAudio Drivers v7.4.2 on Leopard:
The installer places the file named Digidesign CoreAudio.plugin in this location:/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HALThe Digi CoreAudio Manager application is installed on your hard drive here:/Applications/DigidesignRemoving the Digidesign CoreAudio DriverTo manually uninstall, remove the "Digidesign CoreAudio.plugin" file from the following location on your hard drive: Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HALDocumentation NotesThe Digidesign CoreAudio Drivers Guide v8.0 (PDF) and Digidesign CoreAudio Driver Read Me v8.0 (PDF) contain references to the original Mbox, which is not supported with the CoreAudio Drivers v8.0.3. These references apply to using the original Mbox with Pro Tools LE 8.0-8.0.1 only, not with the standalone version 8.0.3 drivers.
The Digidesign CoreAudio Driver is a multi-client, multichannel sound driver that allows CoreAudio-compatible applications to record and play back through the following Digidesign audio interfaces: Pro Tools|HD Accel Pro Tools|HD Digi 002 Digi 002 Rack Mbox 2 Pro Mbox 2 Mbox 2 Mini Mbox Not Supported with Digidesign CoreAudio Driver v7.x: Pro Tools|24 MIX systems Pro Tools|24 (d24 card) systems Digi 001 Audiomedia III systemsWhat's new in this version:introduces Leopard support.ONLY For Owners of Supported Digidesign Hardware on Mac OS X 10.5.3 "Leopard" That Do Not Have Pro Tools Installed The Digidesign CoreAudio Driver is an option (checked by default) during the installation of Pro Tools. If you are installing Pro Tools 7.4.2 for Mac OS X 10.5.3, you should use the Digidesign CoreAudio included with your Pro Tools installation, not the standalone version. This download is for owners of supported Digidesign hardware on Mac O...
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The Waves SoundGrid ASIO/Core Audio driver enables you to connect your DAW to the SoundGrid Studio System. This allows your workstation to communicate with devices on the SoundGrid network. The I/Os move sound in and out of the network. The SoundGrid Studio Application manages all these devices.
Pyramix & Ovation users are of course our first love, but we are also able to offer any DAW or NLE user the opportunity to take advantage of RAVENNA/AES67! Whether you are on Windows OS or macOS you can use the MAD multi-ASIO and WDM monitoring driver (RAVENNA support) or the Virtual Audio Device (RAVENNA & AES67 support) respectively.
Pyramix & Ovation users are of course our first love, but we are also able to offer any DAW or NLE user the opportunity to take advantage of RAVENNA/AES67 by using the ASIO Driver for PC (RAVENNA support) or the Premium Virtual Audio Device for MAC (RAVENNA & AES67 support). Those driver are available for Horus and Hapi.
Link to the 'Network Switches for RAVENNA - AES67' section on the Merging Knowledge base.To download the configuration files, click the 'Configuration Guide' link of the corresponding switch, and locate the step with the download links.
I went to do a quick recording in Logic and Logic complained that the last audio device used (Helix) was no longer present. I went into Logic preference and "Helix Audio" was there, so I selected that. But I think that's the standard system audio driver because it doesn't have volume controls. I.e., when you go to raise or lower the volume using Mac keyboard shortcuts, it pops the little window saying those controls aren't available.
Thanks for letting me know. I did a reinstall of the Line 6 driver and rebooted, but it doesn't seem to either be loading or recognizing the Helix w/2.8 firmware on my Mac. After rebooting, I still only see the "Helix Audio" output device which under system preferences indicates "The selected device has no output controls". I think that means that's the default apple audio driver, and not Line 6's. Same problem on a desktop Mac and my MacBook Pro laptop.
after I typed my first reply, it stopped working (for a bit). I noticed when I went into logic and looked at the audio devices, the helix was there and there was another helix called 'temporary' or something... I wished I paid better attention to that because I just selected the helix input device and the temporary one disappeared (it had been selected). It then stopped working. I reinstalled the driver (2nd time) and rebooted again, and so far it's been working (I've recorded multiple takes on several different projects and all seems to be working finally).
1. Download the HX Edit 2.80 install app, then run the downloaded install app that will install HX Edit, the appropriate device drivers, and the correct version of Line 6 Updater.2. After that you exit HX Edit and run the new downloaded version of Line 6 Updater which installs the firmware.Anything other than that and there's no telling what you have installed. You may want to just start over and make sure you follow the sequence exactly.
at least in my case, that was exactly the sequence I followed (well, backed up first). Everything was fine on the Helix... just had to install the driver before the mac would allow it to record properly as an input device.
That stopped working after the firmware update. Without it, instead of controlling the volume using the system volume level, you have to control the volume using each individual application's volume control. For example, bring up QuickTime to play an MP3, it plays full blast and ignores the system volume level setting without that driver.
So if the two "drivers" happen to appear in OSX sound panel something is wrong?What happens if somebody has older driver installed? It becomes not compatible?BTW: After the 2.80 update Class Compliant name of the Helix changed from "Helix" to "Line 6 Helix".
Hmm, I don't know much about Apple Class Compliancy but Class Compliant idea is there is not installable driver. It is hanshaking driverless protocol.By "preclude" you mean CC usage option is no longer present in OSX?The new Core Audio driver decription suggest the driver is required for 2.80 firmware compatibility what not neccessary must be true.
Helix is 48kHz device so 48Khz is just expected as Class Compliant. If you want to use other sample rates and your DAW can not resample on the fly you have option to isnstall that high latency Core Audio driver which can resample on the fly.I am asking if Class Complaint usage is still avialiable option after installing Core Audio driver or CA driver instalation "precludes" CC usage.
Helix is 48kHz device so 48Khz is just expected as Class Compliant. If you want to use other sample rates and your DAW can not resample on the fly you have option to isnstall that high latency Core Audio driver which can resample on the fly.I am asking if Class Complaint usage is still avialiable option after installing Core Audio driver or CA driver instalation "precludes" CC usage. 2b1af7f3a8