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The Techno Dream Studio
Groove with the analog classics - 909, 808, 303.

ReBirth 2.0.1 is nothing short of a stunningly accurate reproduction of the bare essentials of techno music making. Silver boxes, blinking LED's, a myriad of knobs - and a sound like nothing else on this planet.

It's a well-known fact that the sounds of the TB-303, the TR-808 and the TR-909 - once combined - form the backbone in every techno musician's arsenal of sonic weaponry. Unfortunately, owning any of these machines still remains a dream for most of us. They stopped manufacturing those awkward, beautiful, great sounding boxes over fifteen years ago. The handful of these artifacts still in existence are collector's items and would cost you an arm and a leg.

Introduction - What is this Thing?
ReBirth 2.0.1 is the software reincarnation of two analog bassline synths and two classic drum machines. We've also thrown in a digital delay, a quad-input distortion unit, a compressor and an analog filter emulation unit, the PCF (Pattern Controlled Filter). All the quirks and subtle qualities of analog, combined with the convenience of modern computers (a minimum of cables, integration with your sequencer software, complete front panel automation, real-time audio streaming and much more).

Does all this Sound like a Miracle
Here's how we did it: Instead of sampling the sound, we "sampled" the actual synth hardware. It was a question of analyzing the mysterious inner workings of the analog design, and then creating at mathematical model of it, incorporating practically every nuance. Then we converted this theoretical model into lightning fast computer code. So fast that it runs on the computer you already have. No customized cards, DSP chips or other expensive accessories are required.

System Requirement
• Intel Pentium II/450 MHz or better
• 128 MB of RAM
• CD-ROM drive
• Windows 98/ME/XP/2000 or later
• 256 color monitor / 800x600 pixels resolution or better
• 16-bit Windows compatible audio card, preferably with DirectX or ASIO drivers

Mac OS
• For Mac OS X: Any computer that runs Mac OS X 10.1 or later
• For Mac OS 9: G3/300 MHz or better
• 128 MB of RAM
• Mac OS 9.0 or later
• CD-ROM drive
• 256 color monitor / 800x600 resolution or better
• MIDI Interface and MIDI keyboard
• Headphones or powered speaker