Sending signal through a network using the SampleGrabber plug-in
First, verify that both the source system where the SampleGrabber is inserted, and the destination system where the Pure Analyzer System application is installed, are connected over the same network and that they have a valid network configuration. Both systems need to be configured with an IP network, either through a DHCP server, or through manual configuration.
If there are no signs of signal in the Pure Analyzer System application after selecting one of the available SampleGrabbers, please verify your firewall settings.
Make sure that both the Pure Analyzer System application and your host software are authorized for any network communication, or specifically, for UDP access from port 46000 to 46064.
Sending signal through a hardware I/O direct into the Pure Analyzer System application
Mac OS X
In the Pure Analyzer System application the “Flux:: Aggregate Device” has to be chosen as the selected “Device” in the “Hardware IO” setup. The “Flux:: Aggregate Device” may have to be manually configured in the Audio/Midi settings application for desired settings.
Your installed soundcard may appear several times under “Device” in the “Hardware IO” setup, in which case, for performance and stability make sure that the native ASIO driver is selected, and not an emulated driver (which are often labelled something like “ASIO DirectX Full Duplex Driver”, “Generic Low Latency ASIO Driver” or similar).
For further instructions, please consult the Pure Analyzer System manual, Chapter 3 (Page 18).