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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 ''(depending on how soon the spammers open the floodgates of doom upon us)'' I will '''close automatic registration'''. After this you'll need to contact me, JoaCHIP, on EFnet or IRCnet to get a login.
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Now wikimedia is not the most spam proof thing in the world, and at some point ''(depending on how soon the spammers open the floodgates of doom upon us)'' I will '''close automatic registration'''. After this you'll need to contact me, [[User:JoaCHIP|JoaCHIP]], on EFnet or IRCnet to get a login.
  
 
If you plan to make edits, '''please read [[Help:Contents]] first'''.
 
If you plan to make edits, '''please read [[Help:Contents]] first'''.

Revision as of 16:35, 30 July 2009

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).

An Installer for the latest version can be found here. Read the changelog for recent updates.

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.


Main sections

Buzz Manual - The Program

Production Section - How to apply common production techniques in Buzz

Developer Section - How to build machines etc.

Community - The scene.

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 (depending on how soon the spammers open the floodgates of doom upon us) I will close automatic registration. After this you'll need to contact me, JoaCHIP, on EFnet or IRCnet to get a login.

If you plan to make edits, please read Help:Contents first.