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The issue is that in I do see the microphones in USDX settings, however, I do not get any input from them while they do work in system settings. If this is a security related thing you should not see the devices at all. Hmm, so is there anything I can test? I can verify that the mic internal or USB is working in the system settings, and I can verify that it does not work in USDX, neither in the Record section no feedback nor in the sing screen flat oscilloscope. On opening usdx it asked me for microphone access.
I enabled it. Have to make a partition for sierra for the sole reason of running usdx I guess On first launch when it shows the permission dialog it would not list the microphones, after restarting though it lists them as expected and I get input from them. These are my current settings, never touched them, has worked for years - so I wonder: are the settings wrong? If so, what do I need to change? And what could have changed them? Those look alright.
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In the meantime I managed to sometimes reproduce the problem… It just randomly works sometimes but not other times. I will investigate. Strange that it works for you sometimes and sometimes not. For me, the problem is relatively new, but it consistently does not work anymore. Thanks for your further investigation - highly appreciated! I created an additional volume and installed high sierra on it. Now usdx 1. BTW: Is the latest usdx release a 64 Bit version?
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I mean if not then the next major macOS release will break all 32 Bit apps anyway right? Just adding that I have the same experience with internal and SingStar mics.
Sometimes it works when starting USDX but mostly it doesn't. Have not been able to see any consistent behaviour. I just compiled version 1. My experience is that if I start the app from the Finder, then I am not asked authorization to use the microphone, and it does not work. If instead I start the app from Terminal then the os ask for authorization to let terminal use the mic, and it works correctly.
Hmm, unfortunately I cannot confirm this. This brings up the mic access authorization dialog for you?
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Recompiled latest code from GitHub and opened from console as bohing mentioned. Did not work. CRP yes, indeed! Awesome, finally a workaround for this showstopper. Does anyone know of how to make usdx properly ask for mic access? It would be great if this could be fixed, but at least I can finally play usdx on my Mac again! I can't try it right now, but apparently all that is necessary is adding a key called NSMicrophoneUsageDescription to Info.
After doing this, upon restarting I am asked to authorize mic access, but USDX won't show any microphones. Closing and restarting the application fixes things once and for all ; So somebody just needs to amend the plist on github Not sure what I am doing wrong, but I dont get any mic settings when entering Record. You are not by chance using a mac such as my mac mini which has no built in mic?
What's wierd, is that if I plug a headset into microphone port and go into settings can only do when turning off mic access in OsX privacy as described at bottom , Ultrastar record preferences show the mic as "Built in mic" which my computer does not have whereas OSX preferences recognize it as "External microphone. Could this be the issue? Could Ultrastar be assuming there is a built-in mic on startup, then throwing an error and choking when it does not find one?
I can also re-confirm that behavior reported above " bohning commented Jan 3, " still occurs with rebuild from yesterday:. Still no success to get it to work. The only weirdness I registered is that after starting USDX the first time, when I am asked for permissions, then the application shows no microphones connected. If I restart the app no other changes , then it works fine. So I think you can remove the mac mini from your diagnostic checklist ;. Thx everyone, I feel like I have narrowed down the problem. For my mac mini, it's also the MacOS preferences OUTPUT setting that makes the difference, not or not only the input setting -- even though the error messages seem only to relate to the mic settings.
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Odd behavior, particularly since the only change in settings between 1 and 2 relates to sound output, not input and the output by the way works fine in UltraStar here. Again, weird. The only option for input in UltraStar is the Steinberg. Also weird. It basically seems like to me, that if I use the mac mini sound card for output, I get the UltraStar microphone error. A bit counter-intuitive, since the errors thrown all relate to the microphone settings, not the output settings.
Also, I have no output hooked up to my Steinberg, and when I get the UltraStar error, output from the internal mini sound card is actually working fine I get the background music so it never occurred to me to fiddle with the output settings. My best presumption is that this will all work fine once I hook up the Steinberg to an external speaker system and use if for both output and input.
But still, it a appears that I get UltraStar microphone input errors whenever MacOS Preferences are set to use the mini internal sound card for output. Not sure if the MacOS preferences setting for input really matters, though it appears I would have trouble using the internal card for UltraStar input. Anyone else seeing anything like this?
Because I am not able to get this to work. At my current MacBook the build does not even get passed a black startup screen and then it just dies without any error in the log file. If you have another Apple device, maybe you could try output to the other device by Airplay, just for kicks. Please try and see if it works.
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