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Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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Joni Ljungqvist a professional user from Sweden writes:
I use ReBirth most for the perfect TB's. Do you know that the best clone (of all hardwares and softwares)is ReBirth 2.01.I'm actually proud of being a swedish boy,because the Propp's (who are from Sweden has actually made this thing!). I can't compare ReBirth to my two TB's but it sounds really nice.Thank you. Any problems,mail me or the Propp's. / Joni

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Oct-13-2000 at 14:35
Mark a professional user from USA writes:
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I compared Rebirth and Fruity Loops for making drum loops. The sounds that come with Fruity Loops remind me more of a Roland or Yamaha Groove Box sound and the Rebirth drums sound hard, punchy, and very usable.

Rebirth is truly amazing, especially for the money. I like to make drum loops and export them as WAV files, then loops them in Cakewalk Pro Audio 9. Works great..

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Oct-13-2000 at 10:04
moy a part-time user from malaysia writes:
I think rebirth is kewl.... super kewl..... but it's not perfect.... it would be perfect if the second 303 is made into some sort of a moog synth.... then its SUPER DUPER kewl.... THe korg EA-1 is like the same architecture....izit ? I wanted to buy one EA-1 but rebirth could do almost the same..... or izit ? I dunno ....hehehehhe

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Sep-27-2000 at 14:43
ManZ1la a hobbyist user from Indonesia writes:
i must admit...it's a cool software!!! but i have this one problem!!!! once i've record a drum pattern from rebirth in to an ADAT , it has a very loud noise!!!!!! what should i do to reduce the sound of noise???? or it's just that rebirth creats a loud noise sound???????

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Sep-27-2000 at 14:38
DAS a professional user from South Jersey-USA writes:
People, Propellerheads clearly labels ReBirth as an EMULATOR. That means it's close to the real thing, but you must have the real thing to enjoy the real thing! Why are so many people trying to say it doesn't sound like a real 808 or 909 or 303. Go spend close to or over $1000 on each piece of vintage gear and then you can say it sounds like a real 808, 909, or 303. Other than that, for around $100 you have a software synth that can't be touched! Don't buy ReBirth and then put it down because it keeps playing the same old drum sounds or synth sounds. Duh! That's what it's suppose to do. You wouldn't buy a BMW and then say, well it can't run under water. Duh! that's not what it's supposed to do! People, just use some common sense.

You can take a pattern in ReBirth and run it through something to give you a different sound. That's what professionals do anyway! I personally don't know of any professional producers that record tracks from some type of instrument (keyboard, MPC, etc.) that don't use any type of signal processing, whether it's compression, reverb, flange, chorus, eq, filters, or whatever, that's what gives you a unique sound. Millions of people own the same type of keyboard and drum machine. So what makes your sound different than mine? Processing. What better, and more simpler way to produce dance tracks than with a tool like ReBirth used in conjunction with other midi gear.

Please people, don't keep making stupid excuses, just make music! No, I don't use ReBirth for all of my dance tracks, but I have used it and do currently use it, and sometimes I get more inspiration playing with ReBirth than I do looking at all of my midi gear and thinking about what type of groove can I come up with!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Sep-27-2000 at 12:29
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