I set up a Gig with my Audient ID14 interface. I then took my laptop into a different location to resume building my Gig using internal audio. When I returned and connected to my Audient and launched GigPerformer, it defaulted to my MacBook’s internal audio. I tried to switch to Audient in Audio Options clicked Apply Settings, and it hung. After a few minutes, I Force Quit Gig Performer. I tried this 4 or 5 times and even restarted my computer. I then tried to create a new Gig before changing the Audio interface. Even this caused a hang. This was yesterday. Today, I connected my Zoom TAC-2 (which I use on stage). It warned me that the Audient couldn’t be found and I’d have to change the settings. After making the change, again if hung and I had to force quit. Luckily with this change, when I restarted Gig Performer, it chose my Zoom. Is this a known issue when changing audio interfaces? What is the recommended approach? Some shows, I use my stereo interface but some sound engineers request that I bring my 8 output interface for separate and redundant outputs, so suggesting I always use the same interface isn’t ideal.
Duration: 1.10s (process was unresponsive for 405 seconds before sampling)
Steps: 11 (100ms sampling interval)
Hardware model: MacBookPro11,3
Active cpus: 8