Last updated 23 March, 2018

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Apple is set to release its latest macOS 10.13 operating system today. Dubbed “High Sierra”, it comes with new features for Mac users, but be warned: your DJ gear and DJ software may not be compatible with it just yet.

Here’s a compatibility watchlist of DJ software and hardware, which we’ll be updating as the patches and bug fixes roll out:

DJ Software

  1. Traktor Pro 2 – Officially supported (read the statement)
  2. Serato DJ – Officially supported (read the statement)
  3. Rekordbox – Officially supported (read the statement)
  4. Virtual DJ – Officially supported (read the statement)
  5. djay Pro – Officially supported (read the thread)
  6. Ableton Live 9 – Officially supported (read the statement)
  7. Denon DJ Engine / Engine Prime – Officially supported (read the statement)
  8. DJUCED – Officially supported
  9. Serato Sample – Officially supported

DJ Hardware

  1. Pioneer DJ – Some units supported (read the statement)
  2. Numark – Some units supported (check the hardware list)
  3. Denon DJ – Some units supported (check the hardware list)
  4. Akai Pro – Some units supported (check the hardware list)
  5. M-Audio – Some units supported (check the hardware list)
  6. Novation – Some units supported (check the hardware list)
  7. Hercules – Officially supported (check the hardware list)

As always, we recommend that you wait until your gear’s manufacturer gives the green light before updating to save you from a ton of headaches.

Let us know your experiences with macOS High Sierra in the comments below.

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