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Rather than leave an OS that you’re happy with I suggest that “any” Mac Pro
can be upgraded to a very high level.
Before you scrap your cheese grater, contact Create Pro in the UK for
upgrades.
https://create.pro/workstation-upgrades

Steve Koto


On April 3, 2018 at 8:13:27 AM, Lou Judson ([log in to unmask]) wrote:

I would never go to windows, personally, but Izotope RX can read the
regions.

But, you might want to export regions as files from Peak before you abandon
the audio computer.
<L>
Lou Judson
Intuitive Audio
415-883-2689

On Apr 3, 2018, at 7:49 AM, Tommy Sjöberg <[log in to unmask]>
wrote:

> Hi all,
> I would like to ask the gathered wisdom of ARSClist if there’s any
solution to this problem.
> For many years I’ve been a Mac user, and have digitized thousands of
tapes using BIAS Peak. To aid in cataloging, I’ve put track markers in each
file, and exported the regions for further use in the catalogue database.
The MacPro that I’ve been using is now way beyond upgrading, and time has
come to go the Windows way (I think).
> My problem is this: which DAW software for PC can read and comprehend
those Peak regions, in addition to act as recording software for 2
channels?
> So far I’ve only tried Reaper (on Mac), and it is not savvy to those
markers, deleting them on re-save. Ditto for Audition.
>
> Best,
> Tommy
>
> ===========
> Tommy Sjöberg
> Folkmusikens hus
> Rättvik, Sweden
>