ReBirth for iPad
Wednesday, November 10th, 2010 | 8:39 am and filed in ReBirth.
Propellerhead ReBirth is not only back (again), it is better! The classic RB-338 techno micro composer software has been adapted for the iPad. The ReBirth for iPad app has several new features. Most notable of the improvements is the new standard ReBirth 303, 808, 909 graphic user interface from bitplant and multi touch support!
The YouTube Video is an infomercialistic advertorial, and in the eight minute video, we managed to present a little tutorial on the basics of programming patterns and sequencing pattern automation. Kudos to Ryan Harlin, who did a great job producing this segment! (and thanks for not making me look too goofy)
I’ve received a few inquires about the props in the video. It was shot in the parlor at my house, where the old hammond and rhodes suitcase reside. However, most people have been asking about the iPad stand: the Joule from element case. It’s a great design that complements the iPad extremely well.
November 10th, 2010 at 2:15 pm
quote: “Propellerhead ReBirth is not only back (again), it is better!”
Very true. The iPhone release was (and I’m being very generous here) technically impressive, but a complete mess from a usability perspective. The iPad release is what it should have been in the first place.
It’s unfortunate that they couldn’t have released it as a universal app and instead ask for people to pay for it twice. That said, this is a worthwhile purchase.
Oh, and make sure you pick up a copy of iMS-20 on your way out.