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Muse Research intros RECEPTOR 2 V1.8 at Sweetwater GearFest '09

June 22, 2009, Menlo Park, CA – Muse Research and Development is showing the new RECEPTOR 2 V1.8 operating system at the Sweetwater GearFest '09 on June 26 and 27. Catch live demonstrations of RECEPTOR 2 running Spectrasonics Omnisphere and FXpansion BFD2 software, as well as Native Instruments Komplete 5, Synthogy's Ivory and much more. See and hear for yourself why RECEPTOR 2 is the smarter, faster and better way to run these and many more virtual instruments and effects both live and in the studio. Muse Research president and CEO Chris Halaby will be on hand to answer questions and demonstrate RECEPTOR 2's amazingly stable and powerful system.

"We are really happy to have support for Omnisphere, BFD2, and Komplete 5. These plug-ins are excellent examples of the creativity that we have all come to expect from these companies" Halaby commented. "Musician's will be pleased with how fast and great sounding these instruments are when they run on the RECEPTOR 2 family. If you're anywhere near Ft. Wayne, please come and check them out."

Sweetwater's GearFest '09 is June 26 and 27 at the company's headquarters at 5501 US HWY 30 W in Fort Wayne, IN. Celebrating Sweetwater's 30th Anniversary, this year's expo is bigger than ever, with dozens of workshops and seminars, scores of manufacturer exhibits, and special surprises aplenty — all FREE! Last year over 4,000 musicians, engineers, and gear fanatics took in the workshops, exhibits, and all-star performances. Find out more at www.sweetwater.com.

Find out more about the RECEPTOR 2 family of products at www.museresearch.com.

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