A decision that makes sense and it has served me well, Stefan.
Next decision, perhaps a digression from the Topic, will be which DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) to start off with.
I assume that the kit will come with access to light versions of both Ableton and Pro Tools.
My choice the day I came home with my kit was Ableton. Honestly not sure why, perhaps it was presented as Ableton and Pro Tools, so I went with it because of alphabetical order.
It worked for me, though in my time using it I always struggled with some things. At a point, I forget after how long, I hit one of the light version constraints. At that point to upgrade to the next version without the limits would have cost hundreds of US Dollars. That plus the recommendation of LBro who is one of the Community members who helped me a lot with recording, mixing etc led me to switch to Reaper for a cost of 60 US Dollars.
@Rossco01 is an Ableton user and am sure would be happy to help you to get going, if you choose to use it.
In hindsight, I think Pro Tools may have been a better choice, for two reasons. Firstly, one of the internet sources I used to aid my learning demonstrates everything in Pro Tools and I found his content extremely helpful. Secondly, I think Ableton is geared towards live music performance, and some of its features that confused me (not suggesting the features are inherently confusing, remember I was a total newbie) may be geared towards that use case. I think Pro Tools is more geared towards song production. But I stress I did fine with Ableton until I hit the limits, which I would also have ultimately hit (I expect) in Pro Tools light, and the cost to upgrade would also have been 100s of US Dollars.
That all said, you could also get started with something as simple (and free) as Audacity. I am almost 100% certain that you’d be able to make a recording with two tracks, based on the two input sources provided by the Solo in Audacity.
While Reaper is super good value in terms of cost vs functionality (it is not free, contrary to what some people posted in the old Forum, but does have the option to install the fully functional latest version for free for trial period) plus has a fantastic catalog of video tutorials. There are other options, to consider used by members of the Community. I stand to be corrected but pretty sure there are free DAWs that are fully functional, comparable to a Pro Tools or Logic.
Of course I may have typed this essay for no reason. If your intended device is an Apple laptop then GarageBand that is free to use is the way to get started.
I guess I should have asked that question before rambling on, oh well.
If not an Apple user then maybe post another topic to get further input on that choice. I think it is worth giving it some thought to make an informed choice.