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Muse Research Welcomes PSP Audioware to the Receptor Platform

Anaheim, CA. January 15, 2004?Muse Research today announced a software distribution agreement with the innovative VST effects developer PSP Audioware. PSP Audioware offers a large product line, including the MixPack for mixing and mastering, Vintage Warmer multi-band limiter/compressor, Stereo Pack for stereo signal optimization, and the new EasyVerb reverberator, MasterQ studio EQ, and Nitro, a multi-mode filter plug-in.

Receptor combines the convenience of hardware with the power of software
Receptor is a stand-alone VST player that allows you to run PSP plug-in software in a portable 2-rack space package. As a result, PSP Audioware can be used where its not practical to have a computer such as sound reinforcement, fixed installations, broadcasting installations or remote trucks, and for moving from studio to studio.

"PSP Audioware has an impressive history of innovation in state-of-the-art processing plug-ins, and they continue to come up with new and exciting products" comments Bryan Lanser, VP of Business Development for Muse Research. "Now PSP plugs can be taken with you from studio to studio and for use in live applications" he adds.

"We're very pleased to be able to support the Receptor platform with our PSP plugs," says Antoni Ozynski, managing director of PSPaudioware.com s.c. "This gives customers the opportunity to use our effects live and in sound reinforcement applications as well as enabling engineers who don't fancy computers to be able to use our software"

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