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64-bit compatibility Audition in MAC OS 11

Community Beginner ,
Oct 11, 2020 Oct 11, 2020

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I have been notified by a friend that Mac's new OS 11 is about to drop and that some Music software may not be compatible in the 64-bit world. I am a subscription Audition user, so my Audition is current. Is my Audition subscription going to be compatible with OS 11? Please advise...Thanks!

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Oct 11, 2020 Oct 11, 2020

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Apple have been weaning people off 32-bit software for some time now, and Audition has been 64-bit only for several versions. So you won't have any difficulty because of this, no. From this point of view, Apple are a lot harder on their users than Microsoft is - Microsoft still lets you run 32-bit software in an emulation (essentially invisible) in 64-bit Windows, but there's no way that Apple is going to do that, apparently.

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Thanks for your insight. I can breathe again! I had a feeling this is the case with Au. Also, thanks for such a quick reply!

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