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rav
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Hello buzzers. I was lurking for a long time... before buzzchurch crashed. I read there many great posts and i learned a lot about this great app from you, guys. I installed buzz for the first time something about 10 years ago. Program was included to polish computer game magazine(CD-Action). In short, my trip ended with playing a couple of demo songs and creating 1 bar loops with drum machines and funky delays. I dont know why, but some time ago i returned and having fun with connecting machines and making music. Anyway, i want to say 'thank you' to oskari, all developers and other helpful people.

This is first portion of my templates, i hope that you enjoy it.

1) Piano1(Split is set up to play with MIDI)
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Machines: IX Split 1.08, HD Percussive_FM, FSM PanzerDelay, Sonic Verb, Bigyo ParamEQ, CyanPhase AutoDC Blocker
rav - Piano1 template.zip
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2) SubBass
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Machines: Fuzzpilz Cheese of the Week, Bigyo ParamEQ, LarsHa Funkyverb
rav - SubBass template.zip
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3) DrumKit
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Machines: Matilde Tracker3, Bigyo ParamEQ, mixIO, mt nada, Sonic Verb, Rymix FlaserBox, Bigyo Filter, Fuzzpilz Oppressor 3, Geonik's Saturator (Stereo)
rav - DrumKit template.zip
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Last edited by rav on Sat Sep 15, 2012 7:12 am, edited 1 time in total.

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hm ... the selected attachments do not exist anymore !?

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it seems to work fine now, try again ;)

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yes, all loading fine as templates. thank you 8-)

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Some simple templates for processing signals, such as L/R and Mid/Side.

4a) Processing LeftRight
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Machines: Kibibu Stereo Tools, Bigyo ParamEQ, Jeskola Filter 3, MT Kross
rav - Processing LeftRight.zip
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4b) Processing MidSide
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Machines: Kibibu Stereo Tools, Bigyo ParamEQ, Jeskola Filter 3, MT Kross
rav - Processing MidSide.zip
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4c) Processing Stereo
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Machines: Bigyo ParamEQ, Bigyo Filter
rav - Processing Stereo.zip
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rav wrote:Some simple templates for processing signals, such as L/R and Mid/Side.
Yes! These are the best ways to use Buzz... I suggest a look at this: http://www.soundprocessing.nl/index.html
It's a site created by a guy who wanted to get as close as possible to a broadcast sound (Orban, Omnia).
Look at the picture of the chain: it gives a good idea of what broadcast devices do.

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New portion...

5a) 3 band comp (6db)
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Machines: Jeskola Crossover, Bigyo Compressor, Antonio mixIO
rav - 3 band comp (6db).zip
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5b) 3 band comp (12db)
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Machines: Fuzzpilz Multibandit, Polac Out, Bigyo Compressor, Antonio mixIO
rav - 3 band comp (12db).zip
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5c) 3 band comp (12 and 24db)
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Machines: MT Nada, Joachims Linkwitz-Riley, Bigyo Compressor, Antonio mixIO, BTDSys PeerCtrl
rav - 3 band comp (12 and 24db).zip
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A little explanation.
Values in brackets (6, 12, 24) are dB per octave slopes in different crossover filters. First two are gentle and transparent and third one is a little rough.
In 'Band Control' you can change cross frequency or choose number of poles in all filters simultaneously.
Summary: more dB/octave = better band separation but more harsh sound.
If you want make multiband sidechaining just feed Level input in Bigyo Compressor. Feel free to change compressors, add gates, limiters, distortions, delays, reverbs etc.

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6) Spectrum analyzing
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Machines: Bigyo ParamEQ, Voxengo SPAN (VST), MT Nada, Antonio mixIO
rav - spectrum analyzing - Voxengo SPAN.zip
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Voxengo SPAN is configured to handle 4 I/O stereo signals. You can analyze up to 4 frequency spectrums separately and make compare 2 of them. It is good tool especially for separating kick from bass, like on the image:
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atavic wrote:
rav wrote:Some simple templates for processing signals, such as L/R and Mid/Side.
Yes! These are the best ways to use Buzz... I suggest a look at this: http://www.soundprocessing.nl/index.html
It's a site created by a guy who wanted to get as close as possible to a broadcast sound (Orban, Omnia).
Look at the picture of the chain: it gives a good idea of what broadcast devices do.
Nice, i'll check it ;)

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thanks - these look great!

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