Unlike major companies with much more expensive software, AudioFinder already works on Big Sur and was updated with fixes for Big Sur more than a month before release. I promised AudioFinder would not hold you back, promised kept. I felt the need to call this out, because some people recently were complaining and speculating on this forum about my software. I’m here to say you were wrong and once again, Iced Audio crossed the finish line first with a major macOS update
Compare to Universal Audio, which I use for my main audio interface. I just got this email:
“As you may know, Apple is releasing macOS 11 Big Sur on Thursday, November 12th.
Please note that UA software, including UAD, Apollo, and LUNA, is not currently compatible with macOS Big Sur.
To prevent macOS from updating automatically (and to keep your UAD/Apollo system rocking):
Please be sure to uncheck “Install macOS updates” in System Preferences > Software Update > Advanced options.
UA software compatibility with Big Sur is being thoroughly tested, and full qualification is coming in future software updates.
Thanks and stay tuned!
The UA Support Team”