Online player for MP3 and OGG files (7 comments)
A jPlayer-powered online player has been added to the site (look for the icon on the tune's description page). The player is known to be HTML5-ready, so it's supposed to handle MP3 and OGG files equally on modern browsers (there's a Flash fallback for older software like Firefox3, IE8 etc). However, if your browser doesn't come with support…
The BuzzWorks album (3 comments)
Hi, Vaisnava speaking! If you haven't checked out the "BuzzWorks. Moving In Circles" album yet, you can do it here on iTunes. Help support your fellow buzzers and if you're interested in being part of the next release, give me a heads up to the best of your work in the chill-out/groove-out genres. :) You can reply here by commenting this news article…
Visit www.rarewares.org to get latest binaries of your favorite audio encoder — mp3, ogg, flac, etc. OggdropXPd and LamedropXPd tools are recommended.
A small feature from the former BuzzMusic project, "tune of the day" has been restored. Tracks with rating 7 and higher will be picked up at random and displayed on the home page. So, stay tuned! P.S. News can now be commented on, just like the tunes. Leave your comments, folks!
Just wanna let the community know that I have some sessions planned real soon. April has been really busy for me. Hopefully I can roll out 2 or 3 in May. Stay tuned. Submitted by Xaphoid
Hi! Vaisnava here. Just in case any of you missed this site for VST's (effects and instruments), here it is! A serious "praise" goes out to the TAL team for this freeware magic. :) Enjoy! Another one to put to the list, a free synth that truly, honestly, undoubtably rivals the pro-synths. Thanks to Urs, the maker of the award winning Zebra2…
A team of French developers has created Spicy Guitar, a free physically modeled acoustic guitar synthesizer. It is available for Windows (VSTi and standalone) and for Mac (VSTi and AudioUnit). The main features include: physical modelings of finger/string and fret/string interactions, 9 guitars, 2 types of strings, easy-to-use strumming…
Hello there, people! Those who use SunVox modular studio can now upload tunes in native .sunvox format — it's been added to the list on the upload screen.
Jeskola Buzz now has experimental support for 64-bit systems. There aren't a lot of machines available for this build yet though. It is also stated that Windows XP will not be supported in the future builds.
Well, some might have seen it, some not. Anyway, recently I've discovered the online version of Skale Tracker, once very popular amongst MOD/XM musicians. Development was stalled for an unknown period of time, though the 0.81 version is still available for Linux/Windows. Now you can play around this oldsk00lish music…