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Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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RAS a part-timer user from Norway writes:
First of all, it does not sound like the original 303, but you only hear that in an A-B comparison. Second..stop talking of that "boring old 303 sound"...anyone tried to tweak the sound a bit? Use a bit of creativity ! ReBirth can produce the most incredible sounds and effects, and it gets better if you have VST/Rewire..and with the modpacker utility it gets even better. With your own drum sounds only "the creative user" is the limit. I think that ReBirth is THE application of the 90`s, but it isn`t perfect..but then, what is? Extremely nice.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Apr-28-1999 at 14:40
Wayne M. a hobbyist user from U.K writes:
Just got rebirth, and first impressions blew my mind.

Kicking around ideas is simple and less hassle than using a sequencer/synth. Sounds good, 303 precise or not. I don`t give a stuff about how authentic it is.

I`ll have a stab at sequencing with my synth, and cant wait to get some funky basslines down, and layer over the top with my Yamaha CS2x.

I shall be having a few nights in with my new found friend....

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Apr-27-1999 at 05:53
Daniel a part-timer user from USA writes:
This is simply a great piece of software. Although you do have to have a bit of knowledge on how to step write your patterns to sound how you want them to sound, other wise for the price this is your tb-303 to get. For those who say they are tired of the 303 sound, should understand the various styles in dance music. I don't have a problem listening to an all 303 bass line track if it is musically creative and arranged well(i.e "Confusion"). It is a very versitle instrument for creative users. I use rebirth as my back-bone when doing Trance tracks, but when I work on some syth-pop music I use the 303 as more as a "fill in" sound in the background, so virtually your creativity is your limit. But please don't put down this software simply because you feel the 303 sound is played out, if you got talent and the desire then rebirth is a must have for the price...and oh yeah It sounds Great!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Mar-11-1999 at 04:19
Mattias "The 303 Opposition" Engvall a part-timer user from Sweden writes:
Perfect if you want to get in to techno. It´s cheap, sounds exactly like the original and you can sync i to the rest of your equipment. And with a phat boy MIDI controller, With real knobs, you can get the "real synth feeling". Absolutely great!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Mar-10-1999 at 12:48
Joon a hobbyist user from US writes:
Obviously there's an idiot here who has a grudge on Rebirth, considering all the 'shit' comments were posted within minutes of another. Probably some loser who bought it and couldn't figure out how to use it.

I think rebirth is great. It's most definitely one of the critical points of my studio, which is: K5000S, Roland M-BD1, Rebirth, and a SBLive that'll replace my crappy Yamaha PSR.

I don't have any decent analogue drums from my synth/module, so I rely entire on Rebirth for those. The 808/909 aren't fantastic, but hey, I'm not comparing this to a real sample CD. For it's 'price,' Rebirth can't be beat. And the 303 comes in handy quite often too. Don't expect it to be your sole source of creativity, but as an add-on to your existing gear, it's phenominal. Just sample the damned thing and run it through some filters/effects, and you can make any sound you want.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-31-1999 at 21:12
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