It is for real! Rebirth on the iPad arrives

Amazing news! Rebirth arrives for the iPad on the same day as Korg releases iMS20. Amazing stuff!

ReBirth for iPad - Propellerhead Software AB

iPads at the Apple Store Clip to Evernote


  1. I wish they would have just updated the resolution on the original app. To buy it a second time at full price for the res increase is not cool. That totals $30 for an app the props give away for free otherwise.


  2. Everyone thought this app “blowed” because the user interface on the tiny iPhone screen sucked. It was way too hard to navigate, and when you zoom in, it gets pixelated. Sonically it does what it's supposed to do, so no real complaints there.

    According to this video, it looks like they nailed it on this version for the iPad, and now it appears that it could actually be a productive app!


  3. Unbelievable dick move toward everyone who bought the other version for their iPad – it's just a proper resolution skin, no new features or anything, for an additional $15. This should ONLY ever have been a free update for the other app. Unconscionable.


  4. Beyond all the gripes about upgrades (which I totally sympathize with, and feel there should be a generous upgrade for early adopters), this is an outstanding video. Kudos to the producer and the instructor for a well thought out and professional video. I especially liked the close ups of the interface, and audio quality, and the step sequence animation. Cool!

    Its just refreshing to see a pro video after seeing so many shoddy YouTube videos…


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