Hey all. I just upgraded and installed Cubase 12 today on my M1.
So far the new version looks great!
When double clicking the .app file that was installed on the “Applications” folder, the Intel/Rosetta version is loaded by default. I double checked that I didn’t check “run using Rosetta” in the preferences.
If I browse to /Applications/Cubase 12.app/Contents/MacOS/Cubase 12, I can clearly see that the internal executable is a universal binary, and loading it opens correctly, loads my ARM plugins and shows as “Apple” in the activity monitor. The .app file is showing as “Intel” and not loading my ARM plugins.
Can echo this, I thought it was odd that Cubase 12 loaded up my Slate plugins without issue. After I checked/unchecked Rosetta and booted Cubase again the Slate plugins were put on the blacklist. This would explain things!
I already verified that this is a bug in the Finder. Trust me, it’s the same bug the Finder had with Rosetta 1 in the time when we moved from PowerPC to Intel processors. If an application has an Info.plist key LSArchitecturePriority and prefers the x86_64 architecture, then this bug appears. It does not happen in these other applications as they don’t have this key in their Info.plist.
Yep same issue here, thanks for the fix. So in Native I lose Slate SSD5 Drums, all Slate’s Everything Bundle Plugins and all Roland Cloud instruments. Oh, and Halion 6 and HalionSonic SE !! lol… unbelievable!
So to get all these back i just click 'Use Rosetta" and just wait for developer updates?