Here's something I found out.
My Apple Aluminum Wired Keyboard MB110LL/A isn't recognized by the M1.
Neither is my iconnectmidi2+ device.
Turns out that power is sent to these devices on my Intel MacMini, but not enough power is sent from the M1, my guess is the M1 tries to preservice power as much as it can.
So I have a Toshiba DynaDock and I know that DisplayLink doesn't have a driver for it for Apple Silicon, but I went ahead and plugged it in my USB-A port on the M1 and plugged my wired Apple keyboard and the iconnectmidi2+ to it and now both devices are seen on the M1.
I have ordered a new wired keyboard and that should be here today.
The second thing that's come up is I don't want to start Rosetta 2 on the M1, but I know certain AU Instruments do work with the M1, but here's the issue.
While the AU Instrument works just fine, the problem is the Installer program won't run unless Rosetta 2 gets installed.
I think software vendors should just create a Apple Silicon version of the software all the way to the installer program
I actually had a way to extract from a PKG file, if the PKG file is created by Apple, turns out that way still works and I was able to extract my two FabFilter effects, Volcano 2 and Pro Q-3 without the current installer they have which that installer does require Rosetta 2 to be installed.
MacBook Pro 10.8.5 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 6GB Ram - Logic Pro X (10.2)
MacMini 10.13.6 2GHz Intel Core i7 16GB Ram - GarageBand 10.4.5 Logic Pro X (10.4.8)
iPad Mini iOS 12 - iOS GarageBand 2.0.1
Qosimo X70-A 10.13.6 Intel® Core™ i7-4700MQ Processor 32GB DDR3L 1600MHz memory, 2-500GB 7200rpm hard drives - Logic Pro X (10.4.8)
MacMini M1 11.3.1 Apple M1 16GB Ram 1TB SSD Logic Pro X (10.6.1) Rosetta 2 not installed