Jeskola Buzz Wiki
Jeskola Buzz is a closed source freeware modular software music studio environment centered around a modular plugin-based machine view and a multiple pattern sequencer tracker (as opposed to a single pattern sequencer tracker).
This page is an attempt to maintain proper documentation for the latest version of Buzz. It is a non-profit collaboration between various people in the Buzz community.
|How to apply common production techniques in Buzz.|
|How to build machines etc.|
|Developers that have contributed to Buzz over the years, with links to their machines.|
|The scene around Buzz.|
Legend of Buzz Wiki
|Glossary||Glossary entries will lead you to the glossary entry.|
|Shortcuts are useful Buzz key combinations.|
|Category:To Do List this is where you can come in action.|
|Note This is a note.:||This could be a useful sideinformation.|
|This is a hint.||This could be a other useful hint.|
|Awesome fact's you must know.|
Editing this wiki
Everyone can contribute to this wiki, but because we are receiving the full brunt of the spam bot army, you'll need to contact me, JoaCHIP on EFnet or IRCnet to get a login. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Also, if you plan to make edits, please read Help:Contents first.
Check out the current To Do List to ask for additional help on expanding articles or see which articles need your help.
|http://jeskola.net/buzz/||Buzz download site|
|http://buzz.robotplanet.dk/||Buzz Plug-Ins also known as the new buzzmachines site|
|https://www7.atwiki.jp/buzzusers/||The japanese buzz wiki (as of Nov. 2016 - this link appears to not be permanent)|