Propellerhead is "fully functional" with Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
September 1, 2009 § 1 Comment
If you are a Reason lover and want to upgrade your Apple machine to the new Snow Leopard operating system – rejoyce! Early posts on the Propellerhead site suggest that there are no major bugs that will require updates to the software to make them compatible with OS X 10.6. Below is a statement release on their website.
Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Compatibility
Apple have released a new operating system, Mac OS X 10.6 also known as Snow Leopard. Our products have been tested on this new OS X version and we are happy to report that all our applications are fully functional.
Please note the following non-critical issues:
ReCycle – You need to activate Rosetta to make ReCycle work. This is similar to what happened if you ran ReCycle on a Intel-based Mac under Mac OS X 10.5.
Reason and Record – The text in the device patch selector has a display bug. The characters O, o and 8 have filled rather than hollow circles.
Record – The Record installer reports an (actually non-existing) problem after installation, but Record runs fine. You can safely use Record without any problems.
Your music system does not consist of software alone. Please be aware that you may need to update the installation of your audio hardware, keyboard controller or other controller when upgrading to Mac OS X 10.6. We recommend that you consult the hardware manufacturer for more information about compatibility, before you upgrade your operating system.
While Propellerhead Software has gone to great lengths to verify the information above, please note that it is based on early versions of Mac OS X 10.6 and that the testing performed is by definition limited. This information does not constitute any warranty, express or implied.