coreMidi message


#1

I suddenly get an error message when opening an audio device saying:

[i]"Required software extensions are missing.

Click on the “Ok” button, and you will be transferred to the Pace
web site where an installer can be downloaded."[/i]

Followed by a box saying (translated from Dutch):

“CoreMIDI has stopped while using the DirectIO plugin”

This also happens when opening the Audio Demo in Juce demo app.

I am running Snow Leopard on a MacBook Pro.


#2

Not sure how much this would help, but these are some of the threads available on net.
http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=686152&tstart=2865
http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=922533
http://forums.creativecow.net/thread/8/1005366#1005366
Hopefully it would help.


#3

Sounds like some Pace driver is crapping out. Not a juce issue, I think.


#4

Did you install the debug version of Pro Tools on your computer ?
If yes, then the core midi driver for your Digidesign hardware is a debug version too, and need the iLok dongle loaded with a Pro Tools Debug license to operate properly.


#5

I have Protools, but I am not aware I installed the debug version.

Anyway, I removed PT, including the Midi drivers in /Library/Audio/MIDI Drivers/ and the problem is gone. It is a PT issue, I’ll contact them.