The absolute simplest and best I've found is Boomrecorder. It was originally designed for recording audio for video shoots. It has always been completely reliable as a recorder because that's it's specialty. It has adjustable pre-record and creates html log files of the recordings for future reference. It even includes a lightweight spectrum analyzer.There are two versions. Boomrecorder lite is a 2-track version for $15 at the Apple app store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/boom-recorder-lite/id450768271?mt=12The also make a Pro version for a massive number of tracks that is massively more expensive. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/boom-recorder-pro/id454058495?mt=12
Reaper would be my first choice. It's easy to setup a template. Then you can recall it and hit record. Also the meters are easy to see too. It's not at simple as Boomrecorder but much cheaper. Sent from my Nexus 4 running PSX 4.4 KitKat using Tapatalk Pro
I copied then modified the default Reaper theme to look like this for live recording. It's on Windows but should be the same for OSX. I saved the 32 channel project as a template. Sometimes I'll insert an RTA on the last channel and route the Solo signal from the board to that channel for reference.
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