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The standard way of mapping the keys onto a standard PC keyboard as introduced by SoundTracker in 1987 by Karsten Obarski. The numbers in violet are the ones missing in Jeskola Buzz. Also, Buzz plays one octave too high by default.
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The standard way of mapping the keys onto a standard PC keyboard as introduced by SoundTracker in 1987 by Karsten Obarski. The numbers in violet are the ones missing in Jeskola Buzz. Also, Buzz plays one octave higher than this by default.

Latest revision as of 19:03, 26 October 2009

The standard way of mapping the keys onto a standard PC keyboard as introduced by SoundTracker in 1987 by Karsten Obarski. The numbers in violet are the ones missing in Jeskola Buzz. Also, Buzz plays one octave higher than this by default.

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current19:02, 26 October 2009Thumbnail for version as of 19:02, 26 October 20091,000 × 484 (150 KB)JoaCHIP (Talk | contribs)Fixed a lot of errors.
21:18, 22 October 2009Thumbnail for version as of 21:18, 22 October 20091,000 × 484 (121 KB)JoaCHIP (Talk | contribs)The standard way of mapping the keys onto a standard PC keyboard as introduced by SoundTracker in 1987 by Karsten Obarski. The numbers in violet are the ones missing in Jeskola Buzz.
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