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Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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ike a hobbyist user from USA writes:
i just picked up a gigantic laptop for 15$ from a thrift shop. the thing barely runs windows 98 but it can pump out the jams on rebirth without a hiccup. 5/5 for use as an ancient laptop jam machine.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-18-2007 at 20:04
disco-x a hobbyist user from canada writes:
for what it is and how it puts all the techno tools at anyones finger tips rebirth has to get top marks. as for its sound one on one with the originals, it's close but no cigar. i've had all the originas at one time or another and rebirth does not sound as good. but it still sounds great and is fairly easy to use, anyone who ever programmed a real 303 can tell you how hard it can be to get it to do what you want. i've been playing around with it again and it has inspired me to go out and get some hardware to recreate it in a abstract acid house kind of way. so i got a novation drum station, a doepfer ms 404, an emu orbit (cause it was cheap), and i'm searching for a couple more monosynths, i'd like a mam mb 33 or a waldorf pulse. as for the sequencer i'm still up in the air, but i think a yamaha rem1x would do the trick ( i'm currently using a yamaha qy 20 ). anyway if it hadn't been for our little rebirth friend i wouldn't be on the trail to acid house heaven again, so thanx for the great program chaps :)

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jun-26-2005 at 23:51
Hexane a part-time user from Netherlands writes:
It's an interesting instrument. It has it's own unique sound. The only problem I have with it, is that it sounds only remotely like a real TB-303, TR-808, or TR-909. One could say it sounds better, or worse, but that is neither here nor there because it all depends on what sound you are actually trying to achieve. As an instrument unto itself, it could be very fun, pleasant, and useful. But calling at a reproduction of a TB-303 is a lie.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Nov-28-2004 at 08:46
andrew lund a hobbyist user from Australia writes:
This is is the most horrible sounding drum machine since the (even worse) Roland CR-1000 hardware preset drum machine. The TB-303 is a joke. Ok, it'll sound (slightly) better than some 80's Casion home keyboard with auto- chord accompainment, but not much better. I hate the sound of all the soft synths except the Moog Modular V. The Pro- 52/53 are a JOKE! Exactly like a Phropet 5 huh? HAHAHAHA!! Admittedly the Moog Modular V is fantastic and sounds much better than my Moog Micromoog and is better except for bass than my Juno 106. It probably lacks the true class and character of my Roland System 100 modular, but hey- at least it stays in tune! Just don't use Rebhirth, cause the "rebirth" went horribly wrong. One day they will make a perfect Tr-808/909 clone, and by the the human race will have long grown tired of the 808/909 sound, or at least i hope ;)DON'T USE IT DON'T USE IT WHATEVER YOU DO DON'T USE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jan-20-2004 at 11:07
SYNTEX77 from Italy writes:
One of first softsynth that have tryed, this is a cool software, the sound is not the same of the original roland machine, but is a fun virtual groovebox, you can control with an external midi controller all parameter. Ok, with 2 tb303, one tr808 and a tr909 the results is very different, but you wont compare a cheap software with 4 analog synth? You can't compare it!!! You have only to load this software and play with this, make pattern (very simple and fun) or complete song (very hard and slow compared at one software sequencer as cubase or logic!!!).

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jan-10-2004 at 11:44
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