I think you should get yourself a copy of Superduper and be very carefull
Specially when you have actual work in the music industry…
Im running Catalina…Cubase 11 is perfect but CB12 has a serious bug for me (Render in Place is not working right), and is unusable (for me)…but im one of the few. Im actually thinking of upgrading to macOS Montery…
Think about the features you really, really need and make your choice from there.
For instance, dragging audio to chord track is amazing.
If the latest options are not THAT important to you, skip the hassle and just keep making great music.
I did the update from Mojave to Monterey. Im not so sure that it was good move. I could have used catalina or big shur. The reason was that I expect that cubase 13 will not work with catalina and so forth. I dont expect to update this machine ever. When it no longer works with Monterey in the studio it is long overdue for a new computer with an Arm processor. So it is not the optimal update, but skip doing the same thing over and over again. I did not have any legacy 32-bit “must” have so it went fine. I think it will more painful with the migration to Arm.
yeah i had the same with my maxed out 16" macbook, bought it 6 months before m1 max came out because i needed it for the road. Its for sale now LOL
i never use the laptop other but important on the road stuff, and only if the AC is turned all the way down or it will choke.
This is one of the reasons i would like to update to latest OS.
I read that they fixed a problem with the macbook pro getting to hot.
But i guess this doesnt concern the mac mini.
I see, I see. I have 2012 Retina Macbook pro I hardly use (back when I used to work on Cubase Pro 8 haha) then I got mac mini maxed and love it. Also very portable too
I am just still deciding. Like, few years ago, I skipped having Cubase 9 Pro? and never regretted it, then I got myself 10, then 11 lol
I guess, I will have to see
Real fun issue with mac mini, once a month, like, bluetooth connection goes off so I need to wire mouse then restart the mac mini (common symptom on mojave, mac mini… might just upgrade to the latest mojave osx…)