Two silver synths and two venerable drum machines. Four pieces of classic music hardware reincarnated as software. All the quirks and subtle qualities of analog synths, coupled with the convenience of modern computers. Yet with that unmistakable analog sound.
Does all this sound impossible?
Two 303 bass lines
808 and 909 rhythm sections
ReBirth turns any analog purist into a computer enthusiast.
Just install it on your Mac or PC and you're ready to spin!
Two 303-type bass line synthesizers, 808 and 909-type drum machines, multi-input distortion box, delay, compressor and PCF (Pattern Controlled Filter).
Various alternative drum machines available for free! Even integrated support for user created drum machines and graphics!
Completely self-contained software synthesis. No external synthesizers, no samplers or special cards required.
Fully automated, pattern-based sequencer with real-time and step-time recording of all front panel control manoeuvres, allowing total recall. Shuffle control.
All controls work in real time and in the same way as on the real machines!
Complete mixer section with stereo panning, individual channel levels and effect send switches.
Pattern and song editing functions like copy and paste, transpose, shift, random etc.
Total integration with Steinberg Cubase VST, including full sync and real-time audio streaming of up to eighteen individual audio channels for post-processing through VST EQ and effect plug-ins.
Songs and patterns can be exported as stereo AIFF or Wave audio files.
MIDI Clock synchronization to external hardware or sequencer software plus MIDI control of all front panel knobs.
Intel Pentium (90 MHz minimum). 16 Megabytes of RAM. For full use of all features and/or integration with Cubase VST, a faster CPU and more RAM is required. Windows 95/98. 256 color monitor (or better), 640x480 or larger. CD-ROM drive. A 16-bit Windows 95/98 compatible audio card, preferably with a DirectX driver. Microsoft DirectX (only if the card supports it - included). For synchronization to external devices, a MIDI interface is required.
ReBirth RB-338 was inspired by the TR-808, TB-303 and TR-909, originally created by Roland Corporation. Their unique sounds and visual images have been re-born through digital simulation by Propellerhead software. All visual and aural references to TR-808, TB-303 and TR-909 are being made with written permission from Roland Corporation.