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Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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Jim Battin a part-timer user from USA writes:
Personally, I think the TB-303 sound is a bit over used. Its cool for a while, but then you can no longer stand it. I do however think this program is good for beginners who want to get into electronic music. Maybe someday they can move up to a *REAL* synth ;). Not saying that this isn't real, but I just like music with diversity, so you can say "blah blah made this song, because they sound like blah blah". Not saying the TB-303 is a peice of junk, its been a HUGE influence, but I think its time for us to move on.

PS: Wow, we have ALOT of bad comments about this thing. heh, better say away.

PSS: I'd use it, just for its 909. It'l bust some synths, and save cash (like that matt guy said).

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jan-23-1999 at 02:32
Feoder Yurivoshchov a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Due to excellent program, my wife left me because she couldn't take the mwa-mwa and the go-a-go-a any more. It is the worst thing that has every happened to me in my life. My children hate me and my parents aren't talking to me. Now, instead of making this crap, I just sit at home and eat black bread. Thanks a lot. You'll be hearing from my lawyer.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-22-1999 at 23:25
Jason a part-timer user from USA writes:
This program ROCKS!!!!!!!! It's easy to use, sounds great, and is well worth the price. The mods make it all worth it...just from downloading the MODs for 2.0, I have access to loads of drum machines. If you are like me..and are not rich..get this. If you have$$$$ okay..get the real ones... I cannot wait to link it into Cubase and make some noise!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-18-1999 at 03:53
Alessandro Pedicelli (The Cutoff Frequency) a hobbyist user from Canada writes:
If you wanna really replicate the sound and FEEL of the 303, 909, and 808, get the Roland MCR-8 Multi Controller. It's got knobs, sliders, and buttons (all programmable) and works wonderfully with Rebirth.

Check out my web page for more information concerning the MCR-8:

http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Museum/3068/smek.htm

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Dec-07-1998 at 18:22
pookie a part-timer user from Lesbos writes:
Awesome! As a creative tool, it is unmatched. If you're ever in need of inspiration, twiddle with it for ten minutes and it'll send you running for your studio to record some shit. I'm actually gonna integrate it once I get a decent soundcard into my Mac. Synced with Cubase 4.0, you can have a lot of fun for a bit of money. Yeah, a real 303 sounds more like a real 303, but who cares? Are all synths judged based on how close they sound to a 303. Rebirth is an excellent bass synth, and when you get both 303's going and the 808 and the 909, and the built in distortion, delay and compression...MAGIC! My only wish is that you could export the loops as MIDI files. Oh, if only I could feed a 303 measure to my Pulse. Great bit of software!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Dec-05-1998 at 01:57
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