Anyone still using rebirth


#1

looks fucking cool. anyone still using the software on a computer, am only finding links to get their updated version of it on ipad


#2

i have the windows installer somewhere

used it once to get a sample of distorted 808 kick :cornlol:

looked cool, but i couldn’t figure out how to do shit


#3

isnt rebirth like a tracker

i cba with that shit tried the gameboy one for a bit found it really long


#4

ooooh rebirth is the reason thingy nah its dope

i was thinking of renoise looool


#5

is it 64 bit?

yeah i found a sample pack from it once that sounded amazing, was like a pack just for making pulse x bootlegs haha, there’s a good vid online somewhere of youngstar making the track using rebirth

i think i really need to get a new laptop and i’d like to try something new for a while, then properly purchase ableton


#6

I don’t think 64 bit computers even existed when Rebirth first came out.


#7

i mean i know that, but wondering if there’s a version that works on 64 bit


#8

#9

do you mean to say it’ll probably work? or have i completely misread

i always have such beef with plugins that are meant for 32bit not installing into my ableton


#10

VST’s are a different story. 32 bit VST’s will not work in a 64 bit DAW. You need a software bridge program in order to run them.

Yes, I am saying that it will probably work. If I recall, Rebirth is run as a standalone program.


#11

they will work in reaper :]]]


#12

give reaper a try, as johney mentioned it has a bridge for 32bit plugins and with the full license costing 60-ish euros, it’s deffo worth giving it a whirl to see if it works out for you before going for a 300+ euros ableton full license


#13

definitely best 60 dollars i’ve spent.
It has a bit of a learning curve, but i’m very happy with it


#14

I used rebirth like 15 years ago when me and my mayt were really into goa trance and psychedelics. What a throwback.


#15

Think that was the first “computer music” interface I ever fucked with back in the day. Remember going to a party, they had it booted up and everyone took turns making beats. Fun shit albeit limited.


#16

Renoise is the shit.

It’s far from ‘long’, it’s probably the best software to make beats quickly, especially stuff that’s largely ‘on the grid’ like grime, dubstep, d&b. You can make stuff in minutes on Renoise that would take like half an hour or more on other DAWs.

I think way more people would use it if they actually spent more than 10 minutes with it after downloading it. It only takes a few days to learn it really, but most people are intimidated by the interface I think, and never really delve in. Fucking instant gratification generation m8 I swear.

Anyway, not to go off topic too much but I don’t really see the point in running Rebirth in 2017, you can make those sounds easily in other ways. I guess it will always be a part of grime’s history but there are other ways to get distorted 808 drums lol


#17

it’s not all about youngstar for me man trust

i like the idea of being limited to just 808 909 and 303, and really simple effects, all the stuff i use the fuck out of anyway, just looking to try something different to get me thinking differently to a modern daw where u can do anything under the sun (but i’m a cheap fuk and hate hardware)


#18

You got a good resource for mastering ReNoise in a couple days?

Whenever I fuck with a tracker these days (SunVox most recently) I just get irritated.


#19

I thought I had grabbed the rebirth installer when they gave it away for free. It is not available from their site anymore. I will see if I can dig it up. It is on one of my old computers.


#20

Man, I’m only going to host this for a short period of time for the DSF production hedz. Grab it if you want it. I have no idea if it works.

edit: link removed. See below for the iso that may likely work for some of you.