I have made the SSP work perfectly with Asio4All and Bitwig on Windows 10, so I assume it will work with Ableton Live as well.
If you try long enough you will eventually succeed The Asio4All driver behaved weirdly at first, but once I found a setting that works, I didn’t encounter any problems anymore
My settings when opening the Asio4All driver look like this:
Asio Buffer Size: 2048 Samples
Buffer Offset: 20ms
My initial mistake in the beginning was that I haven’t adjusted the latency compensation with the Buffer size.
I think (correct if wrong) the in and output latency compensation need to add to the overall Asio Buffersize value (1024+1024= 2048), otherwise you will end up with crackling sounds.
In the WDM Device List, the only device that is acivated is the Percussa SSP.
Then I’ve created a DAW SSP preset in Bitwig and SSP, where I route all kinds of inputs of the SSP to the inputs of Bitwig, outputs from Bitwig to the SSP etc etc.
It’s incredibly flexible… It allows you to use the SSP as an interface between modular world, a mixer, an effect unit, a CV tool and much more.
And yes, make sure in Bitwig / Ableton that the inputs are not playing over each other.
For example, Output 7 and 8 in my setup are the final outputs to my mixing console and studio monitors.
Now, if I would send a sound from the DAW to SSP and back into the DAW, it is imporant that the initial sound doesnt go to your master output (in my case outputs 7 and 8), otherwise it will crackle and sound distorted.
Zero latency feedback seems to do that…
It took me days to set this up properly so patience is key
Give the Asio4All another try.
All the best