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PostPosted: Thu Oct 10, 2019 9:14 pm 
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I have been looking through some of my old files, and I realized that I have been working on my default buzz setup, my template BMX that I work from for more than 3 years now! And it just keeps getting better!

I am really closing in on my goal with this software at this point.

I got stuck for a few years in my creativity, because I was always starting my BMX from scratch. I made some cool Ideas, but I've always had a very specific idea of what I wanted to do with buzz.

I am just blown away with buzz and with the huge library of plugins. What people don't understand is that it is a modular daw that you create! Brilliant!

Some important things I learned along the way.

Do effects in paralell and mix them.
Subdivide the beat into 12.
Don't slam into the final mix for distortion. Slam into a limiter.
Use bome midi translator to control buzz with your midi controller.
If you know all the keyboard shortcuts, you can get the most out of your workflow in buzz.
Sequence view is better than the one build into the pattern editor.
If you want to run your computer into a guitar amp you need a DI box.
Midi loops can be hilarious.
196 khz isn't worth it, but 96khz is.
Keep your signal chains separate to best take advantage of multi-threading.
Subpatterns are amazing.
with one mt-nada do-nothing you can aggregate any note controls or parameters you want into a single pattern editor.
musicians should be careful with their hands.
keep your data in more than one place.
Some electronic devices have souls.
Everyone who does buzz is a genius.
With the right plugin, buzz can do anything, thanks to an army of volunteer developers (thank you!).

buzz 4 ever


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