I'm using a Steinberg UR22 mkII USB audio interface with my 2018 Macbook Pro and I get random audio dropouts. I don't have any crackling or glitches mentioned by other users here on the forum, just this 1 second break in the audio stream randomly. One or two times in an hour. Internal speakers are fine. It doesn't matter what is the source of audio, it can be either Logic, Spotify or YouTube. I think I managed to trace back the problem with Console. Every time a dropout occurs, the machine is fetching the current time from apple servers right before pausing core audio. I can even replicate the issue by toggling the "set date & time automatically" option in settings with Wifi enabled. Yesterday it happened right at 00:00 that's why I started to suspect the clock sync feature. My question is: What do you think, can this be caused by the new T2 chip? I read somewhere that since High Sierra, Mac OS using a new method to keep the clock in sync and since this interface isn't new, it can be an incompatibility between the interface and newer versions of the OS. I'm on Mojave 10.14.2 since yesterday, had the same problem with 14.1. Laptop arrived with later. Tried different USB-C ports, using Apple's official USB-C to USB-A cable. Using the latest available drivers from Steinberg, although that was not updated since the end of september. When I tried to use the interface without the drivers, I've got constant crackling in Logic, don't know if this helps or not. Latest on the issue: Disabling the network connection solves the problem for me, because it won't let the timed process sync the clock. Already reported the bug to Apple and I hope for a software fix in the near future.