Manual for machines

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Manual for machines

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hello!
I know I once found a long list of manuals that I downloaded somewhere. Thought it was zabumba.fr but it's down.
Can someone help me please? I've been looking for an hour. :-)

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It was probably zzub.org
Doesn't exists anymore.
But still in Internet Archive
Go there :
https://web.archive.org/web/20100724014 ... gins/buzz/

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Nope that was not the one. The one I found was with all machines bundled in one big file.

Anyway, this would have worked just as fine but when I click on the machines in the internetarchive I get the reply:

Hrm.
Wayback Machine doesn't have that page archived.


Thanks for trying to help though Chahur!

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oh, you might be talking about nools old site... that had individual machines n stuff.. archive.org doesn't have the page, but it was at http://www.noolmusic.com/machmanuals/machmanuals.shtml

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@Mute: Actually I think it was something I found through Magmavander or Tinga but I might be wrong.

About the noollink, it doesn't work.

Not Found
The requested URL /machmanuals/machmanuals.shtml was not found on this server.
Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

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:dance: thank you all ... the manual-pdf-files seem to be a good way to check the possibilities of machines quickly ... special thx to tinga for posting the links .... :dance:

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Thanks a lot :dance: Tinga! :dance:
This was exactly the files I was looking for.

I guess there's not many buzzers in the world and the most of you are already masters of machines so you don't need manuals but for me, being an eternal amateur, it's great.

As i said, maybe most peple don't need this but if there are people who like and need manuals maybe I could try to contribute and update it with newer machines? Maybe even make an index on top that links to the machines?

Anyway, shouldn't this file be on the wiki?

/Anders

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