If you like your sequencer to use dozens of overlapping windows, Tracktion is not for you. It won't pretend to be a mixing desk or show you panels with pictures of screws in the corners or 3D knobs that are accurately copied from a real piece of hardware. It doesn't use concepts like 'busses' or 'sends' that were developed for analogue mixing desks. There is no windows clutter, nor obscure menus full of commands that you'll never use. It doesn't come in a shrink-wrapped cardboard box, and regrettably it's not available in a choice of 'gold', 'platinum', 'pro', 'home', 'silver' or 'lite' versions.
It's a little bit different - you will be pleasantly surprised...Although it's inexpensive and it's a newcomer on the market, Tracktion means business. It is a continuously evolving product with new features and updates regularly released, Tracktion rivals all the major sequencers in terms of features.Most people who've used a sequencer before can get to grips with Tracktion in about 10 minutes, and once you've grasped a handful of basic concepts (which aren't exactly rocket-science), the learning curve practically disappears>