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I Have updated to EL CAPITAN, now I can not use my DJM-T1... How long till this is fixed?

Sadly I did the update to EL Capitan before coming to your page and see that you suggest not to do this... which really I think this is absurd. I always buy Pioneer Stuff because I believe it to be the best, so I save my money to be able to afford it, and now Pioneer comes up with this absurd solution??? Please guys tell me you will fix this very soon... I will be such a hassle to go back to previous Mac OS.
Thanks.

Alex Aguilar

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Hey Alex—

Your frustration is completely understandable. However, there are lots of factor in play here that you must consider.

Anyone who is a seasoned pro when it comes to DJing/Producing and technology should know that you should never update to a new OS without first checking with the respective company's websites for potential compatibility issues because chances are there are always going to be issues.

Microsoft and Apple do not typically offer early OS builds to outside companies. The reason is quite simple: an early build is incomplete. For example, let's say Apple provided Pioneer with an early beta of El Capitan. Pioneer goes through the Troy me of creating drivers and gets ready to release them...only to find out that a new Beta of the OS was created, rendering the drivers they created based on the last build obsolete—resulting in a waste of time.

This is why ALL audio companies, whether Avid, Native Instruments, Pioneer, etc. will always recommend for users to hold off on upgrading their OS and tell all relevant products have been tested and approved (or have fixed in place).

I'm sure Pioneer, like Native Instruments and other companies, are currently working to resolve the issues. In fact, Apple will releasing an update to El Capitan which will help outside companies as it directly fixes an issue found within El Capitan that has caused audio and plugin issues.

Hopefully you have a time machine backup in place. Otherwise, keep checking back with the website for updates.

Cheers.

lostnthesound 0 votes
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Wow, so many typos. My apologies. "Troy me" should be "trouble of"

lostnthesound 0 votes
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Thanks for your reply... For future updates I will wait till everything is good. sadly for this time there is not much I can do to go back to Yosemite (I just can not find anywhere a download for Yosemite anymore.)... so I guess I will have to wait till this is fixed by either company.
Hope its not to long though.
Thanks.

Alex Aguilar 0 votes
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If you're really stuck, there's quite a bit of information available on how to downgrade from El Cap to Yosemite.

And sorry, but we don't yet have a timeline for El Cap support verification.

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I Know man! its like my life is in "Pause" since that happened...
This week I was happy to receive the news of the EL Capitan Update, which said it would fix Audio Plug Ins problems... but sadly it fixed NOTHING!!!
so I hope that someone does something about this soon!!!
I pray for this everyday now ;)

Alex Aguilar 0 votes
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how long to wait for an update? really need to work!

Александр Павлов 0 votes
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thanks for solving this problem, I'm very happy again.

DJ Coldfinger 0 votes
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