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Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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This program is kind of scary. I mean, any candy raver dj wannabe (the people seek to make "phunky phat trax") can download the shareware version and a track that would have taken alot of $ to make a fiew years ago. I suppose that could be a good thing. Anyway, it's very very very fun, but you can't really make anything that you don't hear on every big beat track ever made.

posted Thursday-Dec-07-2000 at 10:25
shane from usa writes:
ok.. this is for evryone that has something to say about how "limiting" rebirth is. rebirth is limited to 2 tb-303s an 808 and a 909, all of which are virtually indistinguishable from the real thing. rebirth makes no claim to be anything more, and certainly isn't anything less. it does exactly what it is suposed to do, and it does it well. the sequencer is a bit tricky at first but once you have it figured out it really is not difficult at all. if you want the sound of an mc 202 or sh 101 of moog or whatever, than go buy one.. dont talk down the most excellent tb 303 clone out there because it sounds too much like a 303, or because the 303 sound is "dead" or "old". if you dont like the sound then dont buy the synth. whew..... i feel better, ill get down off of my soapbox now.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-22-2000 at 22:34
shane a part-time user from usa writes:
ok.. this is for evryone that has something to say about how "limiting" rebirth is. rebirth is limited to 2 tb-303s an 808 and a 909, all of which are virtually indistinguishable from the real thing. rebirth makes no claim to be anything more, and certainly isn't anything less. it does exactly what it is suposed to do, and it does it well. the sequencer is a bit tricky at first but once you have it figured out it really is not difficult at all. if you want the sound of an mc 202 or sh 101 of moog or whatever, than go buy one.. dont talk down the most excellent tb 303 clone out there because it sounds too much like a 303, or because the 303 sound is "dead" or "old". if you dont like the sound then dont buy the synth. whew..... i feel better, ill get down off of my soapbox now.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-22-2000 at 22:34
Cookie Monster a part-time user from USA writes:
I seem to have this love/hate relationship with Rebirth. It's super easy to create some beat sets, basslines, etc, but once you want to sequence it all together, it falls apart. Like say if I wanted a looping 4 measure drum line. I'd have to set it up for looping, through out the whole song, then if I wanted any change, I'd have to do it manually at that measure. It's a bunch of work that is much easier with something like my RM1x or such.

The sounds: They work. The PCF filter is what makes it all work better. Makes the old 303 sound a bit different. Drum sounds are typical sampler flare, but desperately need some EQ'ing. Synth noises are generally useless in the drum section with the mods, as it just sounds like the synth noise straight out of that mod.... Like a one shot. Plus there's not enough pitch control to hold on to those synth parts. It's fun plugging the drums through Cubase, but I abhor Cubase as a sequencer/whatever.

Finally, I'd like a better synth than a 303. Give me an SH101 or something, Or even an MC202. Something different.....

-1 for lack for no reverb (WHAT WERE THEY THINKING?). -1 for sequencing method of punching in codes.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-18-2000 at 15:46
writes:
I control my software whit an MCR-8 Midi-Controller,written by same guy under!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Oct-13-2000 at 14:41
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