live pa version of Fat Boy Slim’s “Everybody Needs a 303″ using ReBirth for iPad.
REX Loops and effects triggered from Reason 5 via the Ohm 64.
Latest config has Beat Counter Lamps driven by Combinator patches.
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Reason maestro “Peff” has released this nice video on his Youtube channel featuring the ReBirth on the iPad
The iPad audio output is routed to the line in on the workstation. Reason 5 receives the active audio input and can process the sound in real-time. This demonstration features a range of custom combinator effect devices including CycleOn for Reason 5 beta.
Combinator Effects being controlled by the Livid Instruments OHM64. Thanks Peter!
iPad lovers are posting new videos, here´s a good one featuring the ReBirth
New version of Propellerheads Rebirth for iPad, this one is very good, the iPhone version are not good enough
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Well after the launch of ReBirth for iPhone I guess it was just a matter of time before it should appear on iPad as well, perhaps we will find Reason there soon as well
Propellerhead Software today released Rebirth For iPad (App Store link) – the original virtual techno music studio, reincarnated for the iPad.
The world of iPad music software has really heated up in the last month, and ReBirth For iPad demonstrates that another major electronic music software manufacturer is taking the platform seriously. It follows on ReBirth For iPhone – which was interesting as a proof of concept, but ultimately fiddly in use because of the iPhone’s screen size.
Here’s what Propellerhead has to say about ReBirth For iPad:
Propellerhead Software’s legendary Techno Micro Composer has been resurrected and customized for the iPad.
ReBirth faithfully emulates dance music’s three backbone devices: The Roland TB-303 Bass synth and the Roland TR-808 and 909 drum machines. Combine these with FX units, fully featured pattern sequencers and a gorgeous-looking interface and you’re ready to make killer tracks on your iPad.
Share your music with friends on Facebook, Twitter and more using the built in sharing features.
ReBirth For iPad is $14.99.
- 2 x TB-303 Bassline Synthesizer with pattern sequencer - The original Acid House and Techno bass synth. Unrivaled power, unmistakable sound.
- TR-808 Drum machine - Roland’s sub-heavy 1980 beat computer. Instant hip-hop.
- TR-909 Drum machine - The go-to beatbox for everything House and Techno. Press play and you’re dancing.
- Tempo-synced digital delay - Bouncy and hypnotic, always in time with your music.
- Compressor with threshold and ratio - A bare-bones compression unit for added beefiness.
- Distortion unit with amount and shape - Raw and rugged distortion for that extra edge. Works wonders with any 303 bassline.
- PCF effect - Pattern controlled Low-pass / Band-pass filter – a tweaker’s delight.
- Mixer - Device specific mixer sections with pan, delay sends and FX switches
- Mod support - Includes 7 original user mods with alternative sound sets and graphics
- Sharing features - Share function with easy publication of songs to Facebook, Twitter and other social networks.
Here’s some acid performance
Trying to kick ass with Phoscyon and Nepheton. A bit harder than ReBirth.
This official video is pretty glossy, but it does offer some interesting insight into Propellerhead Software and the origins of ReBirth, Reason & Record.
Seeing the precursors to ReBirth is especially interesting.
The second half of the video turns into a fairly standard promo for Reason 5 and Record 1.5.
Surprise! The software that made Propellerhead famous has returned: ReBirth for the iPhone. Who wasn’t amazed to have Roland TB-303s, 808s and 909s on their 1990’s computers? Now we can have it on our phones. It’s $6.99 and you can download it now: click here
“ReBirth is back…In your iPhone! Propellerhead Software’s legendary Techno Micro Composer has been reincarnated. This time around, ReBirth takes the form of a seriously block rocking iPhone music app. Released in 1997 and discontinued in 2005, Propellerhead ReBirth was the first music software to reproduce the sound and behavior of those three classic Roland devices that defined the sound of early Techno and Acid House: the TB-303 Bassline Synth and the TR-808 and TR-909 Rhythm Composers.” – rebirthapp.com
For more info: rebirthapp.com