Digital audio workstation Tracktion T6 at a glance

Conclusions

Tracktion T6 is the first version for Linux that looks new and interesting at first glance. Its lean and fast base library is even recommended for computers and screens that are not powerful enough for fireballs like Bitwig Studio or Ardour.

You can buy a full-fledged studio that is outstandingly well integrated with Linux for just $60, and the program does not bombard users with advertising or use elaborate copy protection mechanisms, such as USB dongles.

The Author

Hartmut Noack (http://lapoc.de) works as a lecturer, writer, and musician in Celle and Hanover, Germany. He has always thought that free software and homemade music fit together brilliantly. When he is not sitting in front of his Linux audio workstation, you will find him hanging about on web servers. You can download some CC-licensed musical samples of his work with free music software from Hartmut's own server.

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