Maschine crashes if mac M1 goes to sleep

Impermanence
Impermanence Member Posts: 71 Tri
edited October 27 in Maschine

It happens every time. If My Macbook air M1 goes to sleep, Maschine crashes. Too much gigabytes or something like that. Is it only me? Can something be done?

Everything is up to date and problem has been there for long time.

Other that that, the stability has been quite ok lately.

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  • Jeremy_NI
    Jeremy_NI BerlinCustomer Care Posts: 2,707 mod
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    @Impermanence Maschine 2.16 was just released. You should be able to download it and install it, it's also compatible with MacOS 13 (Ventura).

    I'm not sure it will fix your crashes, please note that we advise not to use sleep mode when using our software and hardware, you can find more informations here: Mac Tuning Tips for Audio Processing

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  • Jakob Zimmermann
    Jakob Zimmermann MunichMember Posts: 5 Sine

    my Maschine on m1 crashes when it goes to sleep for a couple hours. does your machine crash instantly when m1 goes to sleep?

  • Impermanence
    Impermanence Member Posts: 71 Tri

    I think It takes some time. I haven’t tested, but I will try out.

  • Nico_NI
    Nico_NI BerlinAdministrator Posts: 967 admin
    edited October 28

    Maschine is not yet natively M1 compatible. Did you try to open it with Rosetta?

  • Jeremy_NI
    Jeremy_NI BerlinCustomer Care Posts: 2,707 mod

    @Impermanence @Jakob Zimmermann Maschine should work even on a M1 Mac and no similar crashes were reported (AFAIK). What device are we talking about exactly ? Maschine MK3 ? Is it a M1, M1 Max, M1 Pro ?

  • Impermanence
    Impermanence Member Posts: 71 Tri

    It is Macbook Air M1. Maschine Mk3, S49 mk1, Jam. I’m not sure if it is in Rosetta mode. An option to choose Rosetta mode is not there. It just isn’t there. I can see the tickbox in Logic Pro for example, but not in Maschine 2. So how should I know?

    I just updated to Ventura. Let’s see how things roll.

  • Jeremy_NI
    Jeremy_NI BerlinCustomer Care Posts: 2,707 mod
    Answer ✓

    @Impermanence Maschine 2.16 was just released. You should be able to download it and install it, it's also compatible with MacOS 13 (Ventura).

    I'm not sure it will fix your crashes, please note that we advise not to use sleep mode when using our software and hardware, you can find more informations here: Mac Tuning Tips for Audio Processing

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