SoundCheck on macOS Big Sur, Monterey, & Ventura

SoundCheck 19 was developed and validated on macOS Catalina. The following changes must be made to run in Big Sur, Monterey, and Ventura. 

SoundCheck 20 was developed and validated on macOS Big Sur. The following changes must be made to run in Monterey and Ventura


It is necessary to explicitly add the National Instruments team ID as an allowed kernel extension publisher. This must be done from macOS Recovery.

  1. Boot to macOS Recovery by holding Command-R during boot
  2. Once in recovery mode, open the Terminal application
  3. Add consent for the NI team ID with the following command:
    spctl kext-consent add SKTKK2QZ74
  4. Reboot
  5. In Security & Privacy > General, there will be a note that system software from "National Instruments" has been updated. Click allow. 


After installation, it might also required to run the following two commands in terminal to allow the operating system load and execute some specific extensions:

defaults write NSGraphicsContextAllowOverRestore -bool YES
defaults write NSViewAllowsRootLayerBacking -bool NO

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