Oops you've discovered a problem with the audio system. (Apogee Jam & Alesis Dock)
Michael, thanks for a super fantastic app.
I've run into an issue which I've now seen with two separate devices: the Apogee Jam and the Alesis i/o dock.
The issue is the if the Apogee Jam is plugged in when the iPad (1 in my case) is turned on, then when Loopy is launched, it throws the "Oops you've discovered a problem" error message. If the Apogee Jam is plugged in after the iPad is started, the everything works fine (except for the latency issue on loaded sessions vs new sessions - currently being discussed in another thread).
On the Alesis dock, Loopy works fine unless the the "guitar" toggle is turned on on the rear panel. Then Loopy throws the same error. That "guitar" switch on the dock is designed to provide a signal through to the main out - making the dock function much like the Apogee Jam.
So i think that the two cases are related. I found a workaround for the Jam (plug in after startup), but the Loopy / Alesis dock seemed more volatile. I couldn't get it to work reliably at all (kept throwing the error when the "guitar" switch was on). I ended up returning the dock and was going to try the new Behringer dock, but just found out they're not available till June.
Any thoughts on what's causing this behavior?
I just had one which is to try turning off headphone monitoring. Maybe that is somehow conflicting with the iPad system audio.