Reaper is extremely accessible on Mac and Windows.
I’ve been using Reaper for over 8 years now ever since I heard that efforts 
were being made to make Reaper accessible.
I did some volunteer mastering work for a classical music community station but 
before I started they sent someone out here to see I could do the job.
That person was amazed as I wasn’t using Cakewalk, Sonar or whatever the thing 
is called rather I intended and used Reaper so I got the multi track recordings 
from the live concerts the station were able to record and I mastered them with 
Reaper which was a great deal of fun and gave me great satisfaction knowing 
that my solution cost me near to absolutely nothing whereas they were talking 
hundreds upon hundreds to get volunteers to buy commercially available software.
So that was then and this is now and if I were able to get about easily I’d 
like to be involved in the recording side of classical music concerts, heaven 
knows the Zoom H6 would do an incredible job and then I could master with 

> On 29 Dec 2018, at 2:57 am, Hamit Campos <> wrote:
> Hi my friends. John from Zoom sent me the link to reaper. So I downloaded it. 
> How accessable is Reaper as is? Or must one buy the scripts? He gave me the 
> link cause I was talking to him about how in multy track mode Sound Forge 
> Audio Studio only sees the LR tracks. Which are the snap off mics. I was also 
> explaining that I suspect that Sound Forge Pro may indeed from this 
> experience see it as a multy chanal thing. Now as a companion question. For 
> those that have SF pro and multi track stuff or a mixing desk with multible 
> XLRs can 1 tell SF pro where to record from? To use the H6 it self as an 
> example. Can 1 tell it I want you to use the XLR tracks. Or will it strictly 
> do what I suspect?

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