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Mac Driver for macOS Sierra

Sill waiting for Mac Driver for Sierra for my unit could you please issue an update when this might take place. Been checking your Sierra update page and sill have not see my product listed, unfortunately i got caught up dating to Sierra with checking your website. I been checking for the two month and still nothing. Could you please give some time frame.
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  • I just now (6/18/18) needed to get this working on High Sierra. Man, did it suck for those that were left out in the cold by Alesis for what turned out to be a simple maneuver to get this working. It's basically working but still a little buggy.

    Alesis, How hard is it for you to update a discontinued item page to at least give instructions to get your existing driver to install!!!!

    --JC
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  • Well !

    I've been on this for a very long time and have now given up entirely, it simply doesn't work.

    I've very much enjoyed throwing my useless Alesis desk in the bin and bought a Soundcraft Signature 12 MTK.
    At least this uses Apple Core Audio so it doesn't rely on any software at all so should work for the foreseeable future unlike the disposable Alesis equipment
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  • Hi,
    I can confirm the official 10.11 drivers work fine on 10.13 (I am running 13.6). They probably also work on 10.14 but I haven't tested that.
    The drivers are not code signed for 10.13, so you need to install them in a slightly different way.

    1. Reboot into Recovery Mode by holding down Command + R on startup
    2. Open Terminal from the Utilities menu
    3. Enter this command: csrutil disable
    4. Reboot
    5. Install the official 10.11 drivers (AlesisUSB2_3.3.3.dmg)
    6. Reboot into Recovery Mode by holding down Command + R on startup
    7. Open Terminal from the Utilities menu
    8. Enter this command: csrutil enable
    9. Reboot
    10. Enjoy!
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