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I know Buzz machines are similar to VST but not actually VSTs...

There anyway to get them working as such?...

I found an old FL Studio adapter but don't seem to work that way....
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Re: Any Way to get Buzz Machines to work in regular VST Enviro?...
« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2020, 23:10:38 »

If there is another one, it's going to be very incomplete - the Buzz machine interface has a lot of features that cannot be translated directly to VST. Some basic plugins would probably work fine, but there are probably better, more modern alternatives for those already available in VST format.
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Re: Any Way to get Buzz Machines to work in regular VST Enviro?...
« Reply #2 on: December 04, 2020, 23:59:38 »

Hey thanks for the quick reply...


Evidently there was one by Buzz dev in 2002-2004 which I found on the wayback...Then there was one BUZE Dev made which is still online but has to have alot done to work...

Best seems here-

https://app.box.com/s/61j4ackkkuelxmss1dadhdbg2hbrkayn

Guy has it packaged up real nice including machines tested to work & plenty of instruction....
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Re: Any Way to get Buzz Machines to work in regular VST Enviro?...
« Reply #3 on: December 05, 2020, 17:27:14 »

OK, Well after having tried this gimmick setup I guess I'll have to pass for now...

-No good or work in H8 Tracker or SVArTracker...

Maybe try playing with it in other sequencers later on...OR NOT!

Was turned on by prospect of GUI-less instruments in H8...

So looks like you were right all along Saga Musix...Thanks for the sound (or lack of it out of generators) advice...
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Re: Any Way to get Buzz Machines to work in regular VST Enviro?...
« Reply #4 on: March 24, 2021, 12:47:08 »

32 bit version of FL Studio used to be able to load Buzz machines. If you download an old version you will be able to.

FL Studio itself works as a VST...

You don't get any tracker style sequencer though (unless your VST environment is Renoise I guess) and you don't have any Buzz wavetable so anything that uses samples or envelopes from the wavetable won't work.
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