I have had several products marketed to both individuals and businesses.
I am always shocked when I see developers are happy that someone thought their software was worth stealing. Why else would you spend time creating it if you didn't think it was worth anything?
There have evidently been some underlying changes to the way El Capitan deals with audio and audio units.
And that’s evident across forums and developer sites where the overall advice from some of the big players in the market is to wait before updating.
This question exists because it has historical significance, but it is not considered a good, on-topic question for this site, so please do not use it as evidence that you can ask similar questions here.The problem with this that a user might not even know when the update will take place and Microsoft has denied users the choice to say no to an update.While PC games have been heavily cracked and distributed across various channels, popular video game streaming service like Steam have been gaining strengths.As of today, Steinberg (Cubase, Nuendo, Wavelab), East West (Play), Avid (Pro Tools), Slate Digital, Gobbler and others are advising customers to stay put on Yosemite.Arturia are amongst those and explain that “this update may affect operations of these instruments when in Audio Unit or standalone mode. Indeed some of them could need a release either from Arturia or Apple.” Native Instruments explain that validation of all of their Audio Units fail in Logic Pro X under OS X 10.11.