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i see many threads say "what best tracker to start??"

well i ask

what is worst??

thanks smile

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Joliette, QC, Canada

I think I will say Ninjatracker (C64)

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lets get it out of the way sooner rather than later


lsdj

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http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=17652

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audacity i have used it for years and still cant figure out the tracker function i mean

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Nomad's Land

Nah, certainly not. It's pretty crap for sure, but it lacks a bit in the "unintuitive" department wink

I'd vote for JCH or SDI - they're extremely powerful but the interface is simply atrocious.

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lol you guys....

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UK, Leicester

lsdj if you don't watch tutorials

piggy if you don't use/ have never used lsdj

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http://www.sonicspot.com/versatracker/versatracker.html this one of the worst trackers i ever came across for real

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Geneva, NY

http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=17337

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Nottingham, UK

I learnt LSDJ first which means 90% of other trackers are like foreign language to me.

I'd say beepola, not because it's hard, but because if you don't know how to use it you'll quickly deafen people.

Last edited by ForaBrokenEarth (Oct 31, 2013 7:41 pm)

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LSDJ has a smoother transition to Ableton Live than to any tracker.

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detroit
ForaBrokenEarth wrote:

I'd say beepola, not because it's hard, but because if you don't know how to use it you'll quickly deafen people.

beepola is sooooo simple tho

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Chicago

I should use beepola to deafen people.
Thank you for the recommendation.

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babylon

adlib tracker II . i still dont understand that shit.

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walter b. gentle wrote:

adlib tracker II . i still dont understand that shit.

Funny, I love AT2 more than any other tracker. I can hardly even use any others because of how comfortable I am with it. I just love its interface. But... I'd probably say Renoise is not very good to start on. Not that it isn't capable... far from it. It just seems very overwhelming, especially for a beginner. Hell, I still can't get it lol.

My first tracker was Milkytracker though. I like it now, but I remember hating it to death when I was learning. I still like it more than Renoise...