Unlike the thanatos "The Renoise Thread", I wanted to focus on which TrackreDaws are best to start, whether it's worth using them today, as there are many software like ProTools, Ableton, FLSTudio etc ...
Are the softwere useful only for Linux / Ubuntu clients?
Is there any tracker expert who clarifies the difference between a modular tracker such as SunVox and Renoise and a "pure" tracker like Modplug/Milky Tracker/Cheese Tracker/the old Amiga??(thanks wikipedia lol)
SunVox is a freewere and looks really good, I still have not had much time to dedicate it to it. And since these softwares start from virtually zero, I would be grateful to all of you if I received tutorials / tips / to start creating a live set fast, or maybe these are just software fanatics of information language and if I've been out of it Now, I should keep getting wide
I personally like a lot, both aesthetically and musically * ^*, Renoise's presets are great(Icreate a clone folder for play this sound in my Ableton directory), and I still thank the user who put on this forum to dispose of a 1Gb "X-Mas" pack full of sounds, loops and presets.
On renoise I find it very difficult to start vst, but also to develop and build good amen breaks, I do not know shortcuts because I'm in trouble when I have to build a song through different patterns
A few years ago I was playing more often now it's like starting from scratch and I'd like to figure out if I have to leave more "basic" trackers or just see dozens of tutorials on YT.
In conclusion, I'm undecided if it's worth dedicating myself to this type of software for me very difficult, and if so, what software I could use to start moving my first steps in this "new" world of trackers: D
I read that Renoise, ModPlugTracker aka OpenMTP, but also Skale Tracker are "third generation" and I also read that FastTracker (2.08 / 2.09) is very obsolete and may not start on modern PCs
Even Milkytracker looks cute, their site is well done: D
EDIT: i find the SunVox freewere link, hop no hurt nobady sharing: [Only registered and activated users can see links. Click here to register]