Catalina is an entirely new beast to previous editions of MacOS. Firstly they’ve completely removed ALL support for 32bit programs. They’ve changed the way security is done, more so than in previous releases. What has worked for you in the past is not applicable here. This MacOS release is a much bigger change, despite the similarities on the surface.
Please note that I actually tried to install Audio Finder, it does not work on my 3 week old Mac. If it’s any consolation, neither does Cubase… without a USB license device. (Software based “e-licensing” apparently was 32bit, and they don’t have an ETA either). The distinct lack of Catalina support on many audio programs (even industry-standard ones) seems to be a much more widespread issue than I originally thought. I would have waited longer to upgrade to Catalina, but my old Mac died of extremely old age, I got a new one, and here we are.
To everyone on the forum, and especially the Iced Audio team:
Now it has become clear to me that maybe the team behind Audio Finder is indeed small. However, Mac OS gets an update every year like clockwork (well compared to Windows anyway) and the betas are generally released to app developers 3 months prior to a production release. Catalina has been officially released for nearly 3 months already… Macs are being shipped with Catalina that will not work with Mojave… and still no sign of compatibility? Not even a response to this post? Honestly, it’s not looking good.
If anyone has any news at all please let me know.