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Audio Dropouts are caused by Garbage Collector when large number of objects are allocated, until they are deallocated
1. Open User's project
2. Open "Main" scene
3. Play scene
Note: Game will produce humming sound.
4. Listen for distortions
Note: if project is run on iOS device with Xcode Time profiler:
Observe a 110Hz sinusoid playback and a periodic audible glitch that is preceded by a spike in the Instruments' CPU graph
Note: Single allocation of 400MB will not cause dropouts, whereas having 500 000 smaller allocations will, even if they sum up to significantly smaller amount of total memory.
Expected behaviour: Audio is not interrupted by garbage collector.
Actual result: Garbage Collector causes audio dropouts.
Reproduced on iOS iPad Mini 2 iOS 10.1.1 device and MacOS 10.12.1 standalone
Reproduced on version: Unity 5.3.7p3, 5.4.4p1, 5.5.0p4, 5.6.0b4
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