Thanks for the heads up Turboglo. Good to know.
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Since you already have PM, just download from the Channel D site. Your code will transfer automatically.
You can also go to Pure Music > About Pure Music and it should ask if you want to DL the latest version.
Once you do that, delete the PM Icon from the desktop and the PM PDF of the directions so you don't get confused on version history.
Then open the download (Finder > Pure Music 1.88) and drag the PDF to the desktop and the Pure Music icon back to the desktop.
Open from the icon as you normally do and click on Pure Music > About Pure Music and check the version. It should read 1.88.
Even 1.89d4 with 11.01 doesn't seem to run reliably, at least for me it crashes or freezes way too often, and sometimes doesn't want to play music at all, where 1.88 with the last 10.x version of iTunes was working seamlessly.
MacMini (mid2010) with abundant RAM, running OS 10.8.2, and nothing else... Desperately waiting for PM 1.9, in hopes that that fixes the issue and brings back normal operation and functionality...Or iTunes 11.1, or whatever it takes. If you haven't upgraded to iTunes 11, wait a bit longer.
I first learned about Pure Music at the T.H.E. Newport Show this past summer. Of all the exhibitors, their room was the one I kept coming back to. I downloaded the demo software a few days later, and bought the full package shortly thereafter. It worked great for a while, until I downloaded some Apple OS upgrades. The entire playback system has been a disaster ever since. IÂve downloaded all of the upgrades that have been recommended, but bottom line, none of them work.
Sadly, this whole upgrade to iTunes 11 problem has been a real downer. Not only did I hear nothing from Channel D about it, but all of my inquiries and posts to their support site have been unanswered.
I know how hard it is to run a small company offering nothing but boutique products, but you think theyÂd do a better job of managing the integration with iTune upgrades (especially when your flag ship product is an iTunes add-on).