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- If youʼre installing this release over a previously installed version of Symphony 64/Maestro 1, you should run the Symphony64 Uninstaller before updating to the current Symphony Release installer. If youʼre installing this release over a previously installed version of Symphony I/O software, you should run the Symphony Uninstaller included with the current Symphony Release installer package. If youʼve installed both versions, you should run both uninstallers.
- Double-click the Symphony System Software Installer and follow the instructions provided by the installation application.
- No firmware updates are required – the Symphony IO Firmware Updater is for Symphony I/O users only.
- You will be required to re-start your computer once installation is complete.
- If interfaces are connected only to Port 1, set Source to Port 1 Chs 1-32.
- If interfaces are connected to both Ports 1-2, set Source to Ports 1-2 chs 1-64.
- The “A” icon that previously appeared in the Apple Menu bar has been removed – Look in Maestro 2ʼs Toolbar System Status display for system information.
- To distinguish between an AD16X and DA16X when the interface is set to Advanced routing mode or a Rosetta 800 and 200, the setting Device Type is provided in Maestro 2 (Device Settings tab). This ensures that audio paths displayed in the Input and Output Routing tabs correspond to the actual hardware I/O. If neither a 16X Series in Advanced routing nor a Rosetta is connected, the Device Type drop down is not displayed.
- When a single DA16X is connected in Advanced routing mode, it will initially appear as an AD16X. Simply choose DA16X under Maestro 2ʻs Device Settings > Device Type drop down menu for the interface to be correctly detected.
- When using Symphony I/O and legacy interfaces together, Routing tabs may not display the proper number of inputs and outputs. To work around this issue, restart the computer.
- The AD16X may initially be detected as a Rosetta 800. Workaround – restart the computer.
Using Legacy Apogee Interfaces with OS X Lion & Maestro 2
- Note that at the current time, the use of only 1 Symphony 64 card is supported regardless of the interface connected.
- When connecting legacy Apogee interfaces to a Symphony 64 PCIe card or Thunderbridge, ensure that the interfaces are connected in a supported hardware combination, as listed below. With a Symphony 64 PCIe card or Thunderbridge, itʼs possible to connect one supported combination to each port.
- When connecting both Symphony I/Os and legacy Apogee interfaces to a Symphony 64 PCIe card or Thunderbridge, connect the Symphony I/O to Port 1 Channels 1-32 port and legacy interfaces (in a supported combination) to the Port 2 Channels 1-64 port.
- Legacy Apogee interfaces donʼt include Loop clock functionality (as found on Symphony I/O). Thus, when legacy interfaces are connected to a Symphony 64 PCIe card or Thunderbridge, the “Use Loop Sync” checkbox does not appear and Loop sync functionality is defeated on the Symphony I/O. Use one of the clock configurations described on pages 6-7 of the Symphony 64 Userʼs Guide v1.1.