Line 6 Ux2 Drivers For Mac

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With a few exceptions, macOS 10.15 (Catalina) is supported by our currently active applications and drivers.

Below is a detailed rundown of compatibility issues for Line 6 products on a case-by-case basis. If you run into any problems or have a question for us, please reach out via the Contacts page (https://line6.com/company/contact/).

Line 6 Ux2 Drivers For Mac Pro

Editors:

Drivers

• All currently supported editors work as expected.

TonePort UX2 hardware interface is USB-powered and come with Line 6 GearBox modeling software, which provides a must-have collection of 16 guitar and 5 bass amp/cab models, 24 stompbox and studio effects (up to 10 at once), and 6 models of high-end studio microphone preamps. LINE6 TONE PORT UX2. TonePort UX2 Ins and Outs Computer Interface USB bus-powered with LED status indicator. S/PDIF stereo output (RCA-type). Internet connection for online features. Rock Solid ASIO, WDM and Mac® OS X driver.

• The following editors are no longer supported at this time and will not work on Catalina:

  • Line 6 Edit
  • Vyzex
  • Backtrack Utility

Updaters

• Line 6 Updater works as expected.

• Line 6 Monkey is not compatible with macOS 10.15 (Catalina). A solution for Catalina customers to update firmware is in-progress.

Ux2

Drivers

• All currently supported drivers and devices work as expected except for the Helix custom driver.

Line 6 Ux2 Drivers For Macbook Pro

• Helix class compliant audio works as expected.

• The Helix custom driver (which adds support for additional sample rates) does not yet work correctly.

Plug-ins

• Currently, Helix Native and POD Farm 2 work as expected on all supported DAWs, except Cubase, as there is no 64-bit VST version of POD Farm 2 for macOS. As DAWs are updated to adopt Apple’s latest requirements and security measures, our plug-ins may need to be updated to continue working with those DAWs. We will work with DAW vendors to update Helix Native and POD Farm 2, but we cannot guarantee that they will not release updates that break our compatibility.

If you run into trouble installing our software under Catalina, please see this article:

If you've updated to Catalina and you're having trouble with the software that we list in the article as working, it's likely you have a 32-bit version of those programs installed. Please uninstall them and then download the latest version of them, which will be 64-bit.

We also have an article that describes how to run older OS versions in order to use discontinued software.