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Jeskola Buzz is a proprietary 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)
 
Jeskola Buzz is a proprietary 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)
  
== Welcome to the Buzz wiki ==
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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.
  
This page is an attempt to write documentation for the music software called Jeskola Buzz tracker. It is a non-profit collaboration between various people in the Buzz community.
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== About this wiki ==
  
 
I've installed the same software that wikipedia.org uses because I thought people would be familiar with it. I also think it works pretty well and has some nice features. Now I just hope someone will write something useful.
 
I've installed the same software that wikipedia.org uses because I thought people would be familiar with it. I also think it works pretty well and has some nice features. Now I just hope someone will write something useful.
  
 
Now wikimedia is not the most spam proof thing in the world, and at some point I will close automatic registration. After this you'll need to contact me, JoaCHIP, on EFnet or IRCnet or by e-mail to get a login.
 
Now wikimedia is not the most spam proof thing in the world, and at some point I will close automatic registration. After this you'll need to contact me, JoaCHIP, on EFnet or IRCnet or by e-mail to get a login.
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== Main sections ==
  
 
[[Buzz Manual]] The Program
 
[[Buzz Manual]] The Program

Revision as of 14:49, 23 July 2009

Jeskola Buzz is a proprietary 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.

About this wiki

I've installed the same software that wikipedia.org uses because I thought people would be familiar with it. I also think it works pretty well and has some nice features. Now I just hope someone will write something useful.

Now wikimedia is not the most spam proof thing in the world, and at some point I will close automatic registration. After this you'll need to contact me, JoaCHIP, on EFnet or IRCnet or by e-mail to get a login.

Main sections

Buzz Manual The Program

Developer Section How to build machines etc.

Production Section How to apply common production techniques in Buzz