• ReBirth Now Available on the iPad

    Propellerhead Software has released ReBirth for the iPad ($14.99). ReBirth is a powerful synth app that faithfully recreates legendary Roland synthesizers like the TB-303, TR-808 and the TR-909. These synthesizers helped define the sound of early techno music and are still being used to this day. By using the iPadís Multi-Touch display, users will now have a degree of control not previously possible. You can now control more synthesizer knobs at a time, allowing for a more customized sound.

    ReBirth makes it quite easy to share your musical creations with the world. It now includes Facebook integration and the ability to send songs through email. You can also save songs as MP3 files and share them with others as well. If you want to change the look of the app, just load a new skin and youíre good to go.

    At first glance this app may look more like a toy than a full-features synth app, but donít be fooled by its innocent good looks; ReBirth packs a powerful sonic punch. The look and feel of Rolandís classic synths is here of course, but there is so much more under the hood. ReBirth also includes a pattern-controlled filter, a distortion unit, a compressor, mixer, pattern sequencer and more. You could literally spend days with this app and still just scratch the surface of what it can do.

    ReBirth has a long history in the recording industry. Youíve undoubtedly heard ReBirth in all sorts of songs and never even known it. ReBirth actually dates back to 1997 when it was initially released on the Mac. Since then, countless recording artists have used ReBirth in every imaginable genre of music. Now that ReBirth is available on the iPad and iPhone, I look forward to hearing what a new generation of musicians will create with this app.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zomsMea6KxM&feature=player_embedded]YouTube - ReBirth for iPad[/ame]

    Source: Propellerhead
    This article was originally published in forum thread: ReBirth Now Available on the iPad started by Wiley John Wright View original post
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