None of our software products are currently offering native support for Apple Silicon processors (M1 / M2).
They do however run on such machines via Rosetta 2. This means that if you intend to use Lié, Arché, Noisy, or Imagine as plug-ins inside your DAW on an Apple Silicon machine, you will need to start the DAW using Rosetta.
If your DAW does load the AU plug-in format, then you might also be able to run the DAW natively without Rosetta and then use the AU version of our plug-in inside of it. This is because the AU format can be executed inside a so-called "sandbox" on its own, which is bridged by Rosetta.
We are working to ensure full support for Apple Silicon across all of our current products, but time frames for compatibility will vary, and we are not yet able to announce any specific dates.
We will start with bringing native Apple Silicon support to our soft synth Noisy as part of a larger update, then work on native support for Imagine, followed by the Touché companion app Lié.
We will keep you updated with any new developments on this topic. Please check updates to this page to obtain current information on compatibility with Apple Silicon.