All my Max for Live devices were made with Live 10 (10.1+ recommended) and Max 8 (8.08+), which are required for the devices to properly operate.
The devices come with all their dependencies properly embedded ("frozen"). However, they've not been tested on Windows –– if you run into any issues, please contact me.
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