When comparing Metro vs Tracktion Waveform, the Slant community recommends Tracktion Waveform for most people. In the question“What are the best DAWs?” Tracktion Waveform is ranked 25th while Metro is ranked 44th.
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Metro's interface only includes essential features.
Metro has exceptional stability.
Pro Very small footprint
Metro's minimal UI and lack of bells and whistles makes it very easy on memory.
Pro Attentive support
When a user reports a bug, it is usually fixed within two days.
Pro Great MIDI editing
One of the biggest focuses of Metro is high MIDI editing capabilities.
Pro Clean interface
Pro Easy to understand
Very logically structured.
Pro Very stable
Pro Creative Tools
Has a Chord Track, MIDI pattern creator and great included tools.
Pro ARM/ARM64 support
Runs on SBC (single board computer) systems like the Raspberry Pi3, Pine64, and ODroid development boards, as well as systems like the Pinebook and Chromebooks with ARM based SoC CPU's that have been reformatted with a Linux OS.
Pro Ideal for beginners
Con Only works as a master
When a clip or plugin is interacting with a DAW, the master controls tempo, while the slave's tempo is dictated by the master. Metro only has master capabilities, meaning that plugins or clips with a specific tempo will not sync correctly.