**UPDATE** 11/03/2022

PACE have now released the long anticipated M1 Native SDK, which is required in order for us to roll out full Native M1 support to our product range.

Please bare with us through the final stages of the process while we implement the new SDK and complete internal testing. We will work through this as quickly as we can and will update all users with any new developments in the coming weeks. 

In the meantime, please revert to our current compatibility status with Rosetta 2 below - 

We are historically very cautious and careful when approaching the compatibility and security of our plugins, particularly when migrating an entire back catalogue to a new Native Architecture like we are with Intel and Apple Silicon.

When we made our first statement on M1 compatibility, we were consistent with that approach, because we did not wish to see our customers run into any issues that we could not support at the time, or for a period of time due to uncertainty. Since making this status, we have of course discovered more than we knew back then, and we are confident that following further testing, the majority of the latest versions of our product catalogue will work under Rosetta 2 with no problems.

A list of known issues when running your Sonnox plugins under Rosetta 2 is available below, along with the version number of each installer required for optimum performance while we work on Native compatibility -


Ableton Live 11.1 - VST3 currently unavailable when DAW is ran Natively. Please run entire DAW through Rosetta 2 to allow for VST3. 


Toolbox Claro - Mix view does not display track names when Logic Pro is ran in Native mode. The workaround is to run the entire DAW through Rosetta 2 to utilise this feature.

Sonnox Elite Bundle - No reported issues specific to platform

Oxford Dynamic EQ - No reported issues specific to platform

Oxford Drum Gate - No reported issues specific to platform

Toolbox VoxDoubler - No reported issues specific to platform

Pro-Codec and Codec Toolbox Applications - Not supported on macOS Big Sur, or Monterey (Intel or M1)

Sonnox Restore bundle (DeClicker, DeNoiser, DeClicker) - No reported issues on macOS Big Sur, but not supported on macOS Monterey.

Below is a list of the installer codes for the latest versions, which are available when you log in with your iLok ID and the email address registered to your iLok account at mySonnox

Oxford Elites
Oxford Inflator 3.17.0[232]P
Oxford Dynamics 3.22.0[117]P
Oxford Limiter 3.19.0[140]P
Oxford Reverb 3.16.0[119]P
Oxford EQ 3.21.1[508]P
Oxford TransMod 3.12.0[92]P
Oxford SuprEsser 3.12.0[651]P

New Oxfords
Oxford Envolution v1.12.0[198]P
Oxford Dynamic EQ 1.31.0[245]P
Oxford Drum Gate 1.06.0[973]P

Oxford Restore




Toolbox Claro v1.02.0[188]P
Toolbox VoxDoubler v1.06.0[300]P

Toolbox ListenHub v1.00.0[326]P 

These installers are for macOS only. Windows users can continue to use the latest versions on their mySonnox portals.

We apologise for overly cautious approach we first announced our statement, and we thank all M1 users for your prolonged patience while we work on Native compatibility.

If you run into any issues that are not mentioned above, please do get in touch with us on our support channel, where we can offer further assistance and troubleshooting.

More information can be found in the following support articles - macOS Big Sur Compatibility and macOS Monterey Compatibilty.

We will continue to update this article with any new developments on known issues and Native compatibility.