I am using the SSP as a DC-coupled audio interface, sending signals from Max(MSP) to it. If the Percussa is newly started, it all works, but after a while it just stops, although Max is continuing to send audio. Disabling audio, rerouting it to something else and back, etc. doesn’t solve the issue. Only a reboot of the SSP (or resetting the sample rate, rebooting the audio) fixes it once I has reached this state. When the digital input stops working, output of other audio (synth voice or whatever) continues to work.
Steps to reproduce (use numbered list):
- In Max, change the input and output devices to Percussa
- Make a [dac~ 1 2] object and connect two [phasor~ 0.5] objects to it (or whatever)
- Start audio in Max, see that the signals are arriving at the Percussa in the input module
- Wait for a little bit, eventually the input will stop being displayed at the Percussa and the audio system will need resetting (should happen in < 5 minutes)
if that didn’t work, try disconnecting one of the [phasor~] objects and then reconnecting it in Max. That seems to increase the chances of it happening.
Software version (blank if unknown): 14092019
Type (major or minor): major? Obviously I cannot rule out a problem at the source, but Max works with pretty much every other audio interface I’ve ever tried without a hiccup. 48kHz on the Percussa.
Please let me know if there’s anything I can do to debug this on my end, or help you debug it on yours…