Agnostic (Drum Kit) WAV !FREE!
Answer: When installing Anaconda on your computer you have to add a path pointing to its installed binaries to your PATH variable. The executables located in there are not linked against the shared objects and headers provided by your system but against the ones conda installed itself. Usually both the binaries of your system and of Anaconda can live together in harmony. But when building packages using cmake, like Hydrogen, conflicts can occur. One of those arises when installing Qt5 or a package depending on it using Anaconda. This is because the cmake scripts will search your system files for libraries exclusively and are agnostic of the ones installed using conda. Instead of making the latter ones available to cmake, it is usually a better solution to have a separate global variable containing the search path without any references to Anaconda and to use this one in the compilation process.
Agnostic (Drum Kit) WAV
Tracks are channel-agnostic: Audio Tracks in Reaper can support mono or multichannel audio clips on stereo tracks. In other DAWs, often clips cannot be dragged to tracks with a different number of channels, but within Reaper, there are no such limitations. Also, choosing particular tracks in multichannel audio is also just a few clicks away.