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Some years ago I made a new version of BuzzHelpers' chord helper functionality:

https://forums.sonicacademy.com/t/chord ... tool/33865

Wish, Buzz would be more stable.

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Hey cool, I remember this great little tool.
I think nowadays Buzz is more stable.
Thanks a lot to share your tool. As my musical theory knoweldge is near zero, I really appreciate tool like Melody Builder.
I'm still downloading it ;)
Merci!!
EDIT : woaw, seems very complete and interesting. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you :dance:

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oh, that looks great,

is it a stand alone program?

Do you have a video for beginners, too?

:P

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This is a really, really, really cool software.

Herrfornit : https://www.write-a-hit.com/tutorials/

Is this the only help for your software ?

EDIT : Some questions :

When I go to the "Definitions" section or "Instruments" I cant find how to come back to the main interface (where you create pattern and such). Even if I load a new song it stays at the same section. Same if I load a example song...

Another problem, when I want to add a pattern, it crashes.
melodybuilder crash.jpg
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@magmavander
Thanx for that superbe link. Good theory for dummies like me, too.

I didnt give the program a try yet. Hope i have the time next weeks.

Crashes: dit you try compatibility mode ?


EDIT:
ok I tried it this evening.
Some sort of crashes but not yours.
Its not possible to change the instrument , hmm :(
No effet of compatibility mode.
Where do the sections go after pressing settings, etc ??? disappeared ...

quite buggy, maybe a Problem with Win10?

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Does this program run ok for anybody?

(I wish it would)

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writeahit.com is now down. :(

melodybuilder can still be downloaded via the upper link.

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Hi,

Is the original version of BuzzHelper still around for download from somewhere, I've got a load of BMX files with RnFxxxxxx VSTi machines I want to replace, I'd rather not have to create an XP machine and load up an old version of buzz to recover the files.

Thanks
Dougie

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Here it is :
BuzzHelper.zip
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