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Antares Auto-Tune 5 Now Available on Receptor

Industry Standard Vocal Processing Software now runs On the Industry Standard hardware plug-in platform

Menlo Park, California. May 1, 2008—Muse Research, Inc. has announced that the Auto-Tune 5 vocal processing plug-in from Antares Audio Technologies is now officially supported on their Receptor hardware plug-in player. Auto-Tune Software is the industry standard for pitch correction and manipulation, and the 5th generation of their software offers both automatic and graphical tune modes which makes the program even easier to use, as well as introducing a new and improved pitch detection algorithm that improves the pitch detection even in noisy environments. You can run Auto-Tune 5 on any Receptor by simply downloading and installing the program from Muse Research's Plugorama.com website.

Receptor: an astoundingly versatile instrument / processor for stage and studio
Receptor is well established as an ideal way to take your virtual instruments with you when you play live or when you need to move from studio to studio. Now with the addition Antares vocal processing technology, Receptor becomes an indispensable tool for Front Of House engineers who need the full functionality of Auto-Tune in a portable, compact, and high performance package. Additionally, Receptor's unique UniWire technology lets you run Auto-Tune in Receptor while connected to a computer, harnessing the power of Receptor from your desktop or laptop computer by using a simple Ethernet cable.

Antares Software: stunningly powerful & expressive pitch correction / modification
Antares software enjoys a well-deserved reputation as the worldwide industry standard in pitch correction and modification. The perennial favorite Auto-Tune, now in its 5th generation, has become the world's best selling audio plug-in and has fixed far more vocal tracks and instrumental solos than any performer is likely to admit.

"Clearly, the Receptor is a very powerful solution for musicians who want to use world-class Antares processing technology in a live environment, or use it in the studio where it is instantly available in hardware form" comments Marco Alpert, VP of marketing for Antares Audio Technologies. "We're pleased to offer Antares software tools in this unique environment and look forward to long and mutually beneficial relationship with the fine people at Muse Research"

"We're very excited about the availability of Antares Audio Technologies Software on Receptor," explains Muse Research's VP of Marketing Bryan Lanser. "Now vocalists can benefit from the same power and convenience that Receptor has provided keyboardists, guitarist and drummers for some time, And we're pleased to be able to expand the flexibility of such a great product from our friends at Antares by offering it in hardware form"

Learn more about Receptor by visiting www.museresearch.com, or by sending an email to info@museresearch.com, or by calling (650) 326-5400. For more information about the Antares range of vocal processing software technology, visit www.antarestech.com.


Muse Research Incorporated
Muse Research is the leading company in the development of "hybrid" music instrument and processing platforms combining the versatility of virtual instrument and effects software with the portability, reliability, and convenience of dedicated hardware. Muse Research's technology includes

Antares Audio Technologies
Antares Audio Technologies is the worldwide leader in the development of unique vocal processing tools. Having revolutionized vocal production with the groundbreaking Auto-Tune pitch correction technology, Antares is committed to providing producers, engineers, sound designers and musicians with powerful, innovative, easy-to-use tools for enhancing and manipulating the human voice.

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