Hi, I have tried Zorin myself, and it's not ready for a Linux newbie yet. I've been using Linux now for about 10 years on and off, and exclusively for the past three. For someone coming new from Windows, I would recommend Linux Mint to start with. That gives yous a choice of desktop interface environment, MATE or Cinnamon. Go with Cinnamon if your hardware is good enough, otherwise MATE. Mint is based on Ubuntu, but easier for Windows exiles, and the Ubuntu forums are quite relevant. Don't try to use Wine until you are very comfortable in Linux, it's not an easy route. Look for Linux equivalents of what you are used to and use those. Audacity runs natively in Linux, and there are media players of all kinds, some of which are very similar to Windows Media Player.
Good luck, and enjoy!