“Linux users, much like Tracktion users, have always been on the cutting edge of technology and willing to look beyond the status quo for alternative solutions,” explained Julian Storer, creator and chief developer of Tracktion software. “In that spirit, bringing Tracktion to Linux just makes sense. I’m extremely excited to open a whole new community to the joy of music creation in their preferred environment.”
On the heels of the re-launch and release of Tracktion
4 at Winter NAMM
show 2013, followed by a recent bundling agreement with Behringer, Tracktion Software Corporation(TSC) announced the availability for 64-bit Linux systems. This release—along with the current 64 and 32-bit versions available for Mac and Windows—solidifies Tracktion’s position within a very small family of music creation applications to broadly support all three of the major operating systems.
With itssingle-screen interface Tracktion forgoes the complex, multi-screened designs that have been standard for conventional DAW’s since developers first digitized tape-based workflows over 20 years ago. Tracktion replaces this with a modern, drag-and-drop interface that simplifies the recording, editing and mixing process.
The Tracktion 4 Linux version is initially free to everyone during the public beta phase at tracktion.com/linux.