Propellerhead ReBirth relaunched as iPhone app
4th May 2010 | 07:35
Original virtual instrument software reborn for Apple
PRESS RELEASE: ReBirth, the software application that started a sea change in the '90s with soft-synths in music creation, can be now carried in anyone's pocket. Propellerhead Software today announces the immediate availability of ReBirth for Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch.
This is the first time a leading music tool developer has brought a complete professional desktop music application from the personal computer to the mobile world. ReBirth is a true reproduction of the Propellerhead's acclaimed music-making software from 1997 for the iPhone.
ReBirth literally puts faithful emulations of dance music's vintage analog hardware at iPhone users' fingertips: the Roland TB-303 Bass synth and the Roland TR-808 and TR-909 drum machines. Combine these with audio effects units, fully featured pattern sequencers and a quick-acting, scalable iPhone interface and users will soon be making techno on the train, trance on the tram or beats on the bus.
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.
A number of great sounding effects and audio shapers
Including tempo-synced digital delay, distortion, compression and special pattern controlled filter.
Includes 5 original user modifications with alternative sound sets and graphics.
ReBirth is available exclusively through Apple iTunes App Store, priced at EUR € 5.49 / USD $6.99.
Rebirth is Propellerhead Software's first application for any mobile platform. It has been developed in conjunction with The Retronyms, a San Francisco software developer.
Information taken from official press release, for more visit the official ReBirth site
Submit a press release: email firstname.lastname@example.org
Get MusicRadar straight to your inbox: Sign up for the free weekly newsletter