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* [http://audio.tutsplus.com/ Tutsplus.com] Many high quality tutorials covering the topic.
 
* [http://audio.tutsplus.com/ Tutsplus.com] Many high quality tutorials covering the topic.
* [http://www.robotplanet.dk/audio/music_tricks.phtml Music opposites] The multi-dimensional approach to sound
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* [http://www.robotplanet.dk/audio/music_tricks.php Music opposites] The multi-dimensional approach to sound
 
* [http://www.scribd.com/doc/5220863/Ravenspiral-Guide-to-Music-Theory-06 Ravenspiral Guide to Music Theory 0.6] One of our fellow Buzzers has written a comprehensive book on the topic which is available for free.
 
* [http://www.scribd.com/doc/5220863/Ravenspiral-Guide-to-Music-Theory-06 Ravenspiral Guide to Music Theory 0.6] One of our fellow Buzzers has written a comprehensive book on the topic which is available for free.
 
* [http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Music-and-Theater-Arts/21M-065Fall-2005/CourseHome/ Introduction to Musical Composition] MIT Open Course Ware
 
* [http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Music-and-Theater-Arts/21M-065Fall-2005/CourseHome/ Introduction to Musical Composition] MIT Open Course Ware

Revision as of 14:15, 2 June 2013

This section deals with making music in buzz rather than learning the tool.

Introduction

The techniques of audio production are pretty much the same in all DAWs. Therefore, this section aims to provide you with information on how to apply those techniques, within the Buzz environment.

Production techniques

Open BMX

Technically well produced BMX files explained step by step.

Equipment

Microphones

Midi keyboards

External links

Here is a list of websites about music production in general which is not limited to Buzz specific information:

Subcategories

This category has only the following subcategory.