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I can't connect the microKEY Air even though it appears on the Bluetooth MIDI list on my Mac.

Open "System Preferences" window and select "Bluetooth".
If the microKEY Air is on the "Device" list, delete it from the list.
Then try connecting the Bluetooth MIDI again.

 

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    Bob Novak

    Yup, still getting this: The following 32-bit driver plug-ins are incompatible... /Library/Audio/Midi Drivers/M-Audio USB Support.plugin

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    Fac35

    Bob - do you see that file listed when you run an lt command from the correct directory within terminal?

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    Bob Novak

    Fac35, unfortunately no.

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    Shun Li

    Hi,Korg,
    My Microkey2 Air works fine using bluetooth connection on other DAWs such as Reason and Cubase, but it goes disconnected when Logic Pro X is running. In the Bluetooth MIDI Connect app, it shows "microKEY2-49 Air (offline)" ,and "connect" button disappears ,while the blue LED of the MIDI keyboard is still on. Basically I can't use bluetooth connection of my microkey when I'm using Logic Pro X.
    It goes disconnected immediately when I open Logic, and it connects and gets disconnected immediately if I try to connect it when Logic is running.
    Connection with cable works fine. Only problem is bluetooth connection with this particular DAW Logic.

    My OS is High Sierra. And I tried on another brand new Macbook Pro in Mojave Os, same problem

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