The following recordings with the REBO (directly into the computer) were made neither with pre- nor post-EQ. To these pure string recordings only a bit of room/reverb was added. The instrument on the first sample is a solidbody volin, similar in shape to the "Zeta Strados SV 24", equipped with the REBO.
Double from Partita I for solo violin BWV 1002 (J.S. Bach)
The following recordings (MIDI -bass and -drums) were made with the REBO violin model played through an overdriven tube amplifier (via line out) and effects like "wah-wah"- pedal and echo. These recordings were also made neither with pre- nor post-EQ.
How does the REBO sound, when a beginner plays?
Here comes an adaptation of an etude by Robert Pracht (adaptation: U. Boesking). A 13 year-old pupil is playing.
here comes fiddler's daily ordeal. In the accompaniment you can listen to arpeggioes pizz. & arco with the REBO. Recorded with a solidbody volin, similar in shape to the "Zeta Strados SV 24", equipped with the REBO. Kreutzer No. 2 (adaptation: U. Boesking)
El Silencio ("Teach me Tiger"). Live recording Fr. 10. Dez. 2004, Eisen, Bremen, Germany. Violin starts at minute 1:35.
The REBO for cello. Professional cello player Götz Kelling from Bremen / Germany has some live- experience with the REBO. Here he's playing two movements of a Bach solo- sonata dirctly into my Mac. No EQ. No effects.
On the following recordings I used compressor, limiter and some room for
the cello tracks. REBO viola played through a Fender Blues Junior via Line (Speaker) Out. No EQ. No effects. Reverb from Fender spring.