Hi everyone, first post from a newbie who just got his (second-hand but pristine) own OP-Z!
This is very frustrating because I managed to make my dream setup work but after a few moments (between 30 seconds and 2 minutes) the audio crashes and I have to disconnect everything.
Basically every time I connect the OP-Z to my MacBook Pro or iPad via USB and send the audio either from the device to the OP-Z or from the OP-Z to the device, everything works and I can hear the sound from the destination but then the app I’m using crashes and the sound stops working on the other device.
OP-Z - Macbook Pro via Ableton: when I’m playing audio either from Ableton to the OP-Z or from the OP-Z into Ableton, after a couple minutes the audio track in Ableton freezes. Sometimes the audio sources are reset to “No input” and “No output”, or I get the error “Certains périphériques audio n’ont pas de fréquence d’échantillonnage compatible avec Live” (it’s French, roughly translates to “Some audio devices don’t have a sample rate compatible with Live”). My sampling rate in Live is set to 44100, I cannot change it when the OP-Z is connected. Googling this error didn’t return any useful results.
I tried increasing the sample buffer size to the max, disconnecting any other USB devices and only using an official Apple USB-A USB-C adapter, no luck…
OP-Z - iPad (using Animoog or NanoStudio, it’s an old iPad still on iOS 9 and connected via Apple’s “camera” USB adapter): the sound always goes to the OP-Z at first and it’s working with midi out and audio in (or without midi and just audio), but after a few moments the sound returns to the iPad and then the app usually crashes or I have to disconnect and reconnect the OP-Z to make it work again.
I tried resetting the OP-Z to factory settings but the same thing happened, then upgrading to the latest version again and it’s still the same.
What do you think? Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!