Sonic State Studio / Audio Software / STEINBERG Rebirth

Average rating: 7.5/10 out of 10

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amine a part-timer user from MOROCCO writes:
It is true that Rebirth sounds flat by itself. But it can sound just great when you use it with external devices. Use Rewire from Cubase 5 add some plug-ins and use the pre-amps from your analogue Mixer. I am positive : you will blow you monitors away. Treat separately the 909 with the use of an external Compressor/enhancer and an external effect processor (early reflection). Sample the sound and what the f**k is that ? Just a fantastic PUNCHY 909. Another advise : Use a Control Freak or a Phatboy with it, you would be able to tweak the knob in realtime and you would be able to record the motions within Cubase. I hate its Song editor though. I give it a high 7 cause you have to work a lot to get excellent results.

Rating: 7 out of 10 posted Thursday, 25-Jan-01 at 4:58
nate from USA writes:
ReBirth is a pretty enigmatic piece of software, and in the end Fruityloops kicks it's ass in every way conceivable EXCEPT for it's godlike analogue-chic factor. Yes, it's cool that it's just a virtual analog synth and drum machine in every way, but as far as actually making music on it goes, I think most people would rather have a logical, intuitive, and easy to use layout and design. Get Fruity instead, it does ALL the same things and a lot more, plus it's drum sounds don't suck, and if you think they do then you can just use your own. On the other hand, if you're some kind of oldskool analog fetishist and you just want a neat toy, I suppose this might be for you. Have fun trying to tweak the dials with your mouse for hours on end.

Rating: 5 out of 10 posted Thursday, 25-Jan-01 at 3:55
Scott from USA writes:
I like rebirth. It was a little tricky at first to leasn all it's functions...but thats because I did not have a manual. Overall it is a good program if you are in to retro style drum sounds and programing. it get's the OK from me.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Monday, 25-Sep-00 at 17:35
Arne from Sweden writes:
With the right settings and Rewire u can get a pretty good kick from the 909.

Rating: 7 out of 10 posted Saturday, 26-Jun-99 at 8:1
Robert Rada a Professional user from USA writes:
Yes, I did notice that the drums didn't sound as great as well. But, as far as the 303 sounds go, they seem to be rather close. Of course, it's not like the 303's a complicated beast as far as architecture goes.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Saturday, 26-Jun-99 at 5:8
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