there are 4 track recorders, not sure if there are any 8 track
however, technically Id say its possible on the newer organelle-m , as it has more memory - but would need to test to see if sdcard read/write is fast enough.
(organelle-1 might struggle on memory, not sure)
generally, sample playback is not that cpu insensitive
theres probably not much available for traditional midi sequencing, though there are lots of sequencers.
probably the limiting factor within anything that gets more complex, is the screen size and only a few controls - depending upon patch, you can of course supplement that with midi control.
you’re going to (i suspect) find limited editing capabilities … so its going to be more like a traditional multitrack/sequencer than a daw.
that said, on the organelle-m , if you have the skills, you could install a daw that runs on a rPI on the organelle-m … connect a monitor and keyboard/mouse - not sure how you would fare though … even an older laptop is likely more powerful than a rPI
so really depends, its not really designed for this… its designed as a flexible hardware instrument…
but could someone make it work for them? perhaps if they are very creative
probably you are better to use your old laptop, or perhaps look at raspberryPI 4,
then use an Organelle to supplement them