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no help can be seen in Adobe forums ;)
The Flash Player security sandbox can be quite a labyrinthian topic, which is probably why this thread has remained unanswered. Check out chapter 19 of Colin Moock's Essential ActionScript 3.0 book, he's done an excellent job of explaining the security sandbox better than I've seen anywhere.
while i do appreciate the information on loading data across different domains, it doesn't not solve this specific problem.
i will reiterate that i was receiving sandbox error #2122, but i was NOT requesting data from an outside domain. all paths within my flash application were relative. i simply had two firefox tabs open...one with my flash app in it, and another on a youtube video page. Now, obviously it isn't specific to youtube. the "other" tab could be pointed to any site with a media player present and running on it.
i tried to further investigate this bug, but eventually abandoned using the computeSpectrum() method all together.
is it a flash player bug? a firefox issue? i have no idea.
if the application is open and running by itself, it works like a charm. then try to also have youtube running, refresh my app, and voila... sandbox violation.
i have still found no help. i hope someone at adobe reads this and submits a formal bug report.