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Quence's "PyBuzz"

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Create date23 Dec 2003
NamePyBuzz
DescriptionPeer controller: PyBuzz is a peer controller buzz machine that acts as a host for python scripts using the python interpreter engine developed by http://www.python.org. Python scripts loaded into the host have access to it's 256 peer controllers which can be routed to controll virtually any other machine's parameters. They can also read and react to specific buzz events such as changed input parameters, stop, tick, work, save, load, and others.
Host typeBuzz
Machine typeControl
Sub typePeer controller
Inputs / outputs1 out1 out
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BuzzWiki articlePyBuzz
UsernameQuence
User descriptionAuthor of the PyBuzz machine.

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1.515 Feb 2005PyBuzz is a peer controller buzz machine that acts as a host for python scripts using the python interpreter engine developed by http://www.python.org. Python scripts loaded into the host have access to it's 256 peer controllers which can be routed to controll virtually any other machine's parameters. They can also read and react to specific buzz events such as changed input parameters, stop, tick, work, save, load, and others. Check out the documentation for more information!
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1.226 Mar 2004PyBuzz is a peer controller buzz machine that acts as a host for python scripts using the python interpreter engine developed by http://www.python.org. Python scripts loaded into the host have access to it's 256 peer controllers which can be routed to controll virtually any other machine's parameters. They can also read and react to specific buzz events such as changed input parameters, stop, tick, work, save, load, and others. This new version fixes some threading issues and introduces some new features. Check out the documentation for more information!
Quence PyBuzz.dll
1.023 Dec 2003PyBuzz is a peer controller buzz machine that acts as a host for python scripts using the python interpreter engine developed by http://www.python.org. Python scripts loaded into the host have access to it's 256 peer controllers which can be routed to controll virtually any other machine's parameters. They can also read and react to specific buzz events such as changed input parameters, stop, tick, work, save, load, and others.
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