I want to go get into music production (for fun) and I want to choose between Zrythm and Ardour. I know this is a hard question to give a simple answer but what I'm more interesting in how promising Zrythm is. Are there any features that make it easier and more enjoyable to use than Ardour? Maybe better performance? I know that Zrythm is currently on Alpha but I don't mind if it is not super stable and I know that probably more features will come in the future but I just want to know the general idea and goals behind it. I suppose you've been inspired by Ardour and you probably wanted to make a DAW that people will like to use more than Ardour and I suppose that you know what are the weak points of Ardour and you made Zrythm with the idea to not have these weak points. I don't know what I'll get from this cause like I said, it's very hard to answer this question but I thought about doing it anyway... Thank you in any case!
I think this covers it well: https://librearts.org/2022/01/2021-recap-2022-preview/#zrythm-progress IMO Ardour is more suited for audio engineers and audio recording, while Zrythm is more suited for electronic music using lots of MIDI. -- Alex
20 Μαρ 2022, 15:18 Από email@example.com: > I think this covers it well: > https://librearts.org/2022/01/2021-recap-2022-preview/#zrythm-progress > > IMO Ardour is more suited for audio engineers and audio recording, > while Zrythm is more suited for electronic music using lots of MIDI. > > -- > Alex > Thanks a lot!