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I have a MacBook Pro 2012 with MacOs Catalina, Today I tried to configure my Lexicon IO82 interface but when I install the drivers and connected it it appears to me that it is selected but it does not emit sound, I put Apple Music music and it does not sound YouTube music and the I am configured in Ableton live 10 and nothing sounds, I would like to know if someone can help me. if it is a driver problem or that Lexicon no longer updates the drive sorry by the google translator

tengo un MacBook Pro 2012 con MacOs Catalina, Hoy intente configurar mi interfaz Lexicon IO82 pero cuando instalo los driver y la conectó me aparece que esta selecionada pero no emite sonido, Le pongo musica de Apple Music y no suena musica de youtube y no suena la e configurado en Ableton live 10 y no suena nada, quisiera saber si alguien me puede ayudar. si es un problema de driver o que Lexicon ya no actualiza el drives

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  • HARMAN_EEldeHARMAN_EElde Posts: 1,037

    As the IO-82 was discontinued sometime ago, we have not tested it for Mac OS Catalina 10.15. It may still work though in any case. Follow these suggestions:

    Make sure you have the latest driver for the I-O series installed:
    https://lexiconpro.com/en-US/softwares/lexicon-i-o-driver-v3-3-11-mac-osx-sierra

    You may need to make sure the OS will run it, you can use this guide for Zoom products, you would just find the Lexicon driver in place of Zoom etc.:
    https://clicktime.symantec.com/3JrpbXEXwsVtTjRHREbUFyE7Vc?u=https://www.zoom-na.com/news/troubleshooting-product-not-recognized-mac-os-high-sierra-1013

    Also check the app in Mac OS Called Audio/Midi Setup (this is not the System>Preferences>Sound) and see if the device is listed and try swapping the Frequency/Bitrate from 44.1kHz 16bit to 44.1kHz 24bit for example.

    Try that and if you still need assistance let me know.

  • it still doesn't work for me. Sorry for google translator

  • HARMAN_EEldeHARMAN_EElde Posts: 1,037

    Unfortunately the product is discontinued and may not work for Catalina, we only tested up until 10.14, there will not be new drivers unfortunately

  • thank you

    I will have to install mac os mojave, let's see

    Sorry for Google Translate

  • vanricvanric Posts: 3

    HI Harman _EELde... please if you can send the driver link for Lexicon I-O products for osx high Sierra ... I was told by a friend theres a driver for Mac OSX from your site. I have the lexicon Fw810.

  • HARMAN_EEldeHARMAN_EElde Posts: 1,037

    @vanric said:
    HI Harman _EELde... please if you can send the driver link for Lexicon I-O products for osx high Sierra ... I was told by a friend theres a driver for Mac OSX from your site. I have the lexicon Fw810.

    There is not a driver for the FW810S unfortunately no. Only for the IO Series does the 3.11 Driver work up to and including Mojave

  • siphiwesiphiwe Posts: 1
    edited April 3

    @HARMAN_EElde said:
    As the IO-82 was discontinued sometime ago, we have not tested it for Mac OS Catalina 10.15. It may still work though in any case. Follow these suggestions:

    Make sure you have the latest driver for the I-O series installed:
    https://lexiconpro.com/en-US/softwares/lexicon-i-o-driver-v3-3-11-mac-osx-sierra

    You may need to make sure the OS will run it, you can use this guide for Zoom products, you would just find the Lexicon driver in place of Zoom etc.:
    https://clicktime.symantec.com/3JrpbXEXwsVtTjRHREbUFyE7Vc?u=https://www.zoom-na.com/news/troubleshooting-product-not-recognized-mac-os-high-sierra-1013

    Also check the app in Mac OS Called Audio/Midi Setup (this is not the System>Preferences>Sound) and see if the device is listed and try swapping the Frequency/Bitrate from 44.1kHz 16bit to 44.1kHz 24bit for example.

    Try that and if you still need assistance let me know.

    Thank you for this workaround. If anyone ends up here with the same issue, going to the Audio Midi Setup app and adjusting both the Input and Output Format to "2 ch 24-bit Integer 44.1kHz" got my Lexicon Lambda to work on MacOS Catalina again! No need to throw the interface away! 😅

  • HARMAN_EEldeHARMAN_EElde Posts: 1,037

    @siphiwe said:

    @HARMAN_EElde said:
    As the IO-82 was discontinued sometime ago, we have not tested it for Mac OS Catalina 10.15. It may still work though in any case. Follow these suggestions:

    Make sure you have the latest driver for the I-O series installed:
    https://lexiconpro.com/en-US/softwares/lexicon-i-o-driver-v3-3-11-mac-osx-sierra

    You may need to make sure the OS will run it, you can use this guide for Zoom products, you would just find the Lexicon driver in place of Zoom etc.:
    https://clicktime.symantec.com/3JrpbXEXwsVtTjRHREbUFyE7Vc?u=https://www.zoom-na.com/news/troubleshooting-product-not-recognized-mac-os-high-sierra-1013

    Also check the app in Mac OS Called Audio/Midi Setup (this is not the System>Preferences>Sound) and see if the device is listed and try swapping the Frequency/Bitrate from 44.1kHz 16bit to 44.1kHz 24bit for example.

    Try that and if you still need assistance let me know.

    Thank you for this workaround. If anyone ends up here with the same issue, going to the Audio Midi Setup app and adjusting both the Input and Output Format to "2 ch 24-bit Integer 44.1kHz" got my Lexicon Lambda to work on MacOS Catalina again! No need to throw the interface away! 😅

    It is a handy tip. I am pretty sure though that we never were able to get any of the Lexicon interfaces working on Big Sur. The I-O Series we only tested up through 10.14 Mojave.

    It is important to note that the Greek series (Alpha, Lambda, Omega) interfaces were all Mac OS Compliant and did not require a driver install, unlike the I-O Series that did.

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