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Muse Research Welcomes LinPlug to the Receptor Platform

Anaheim, CA. January 15, 2004?Muse Research today announced it has signed a software distribution agreement with Berlin-based LinPlug, creators of popular VST plug-ins such as the RM-IV drum machine, daOrgan drawbar organ synth, Cronox2 sampler synth, and the remarkable Albino2 virtual analog synth, created in association with one of Europe's leading sound designers, Rob Papen. These LinPlug software synths will be made available on Receptor, Muse Research's new hardware-based plug-in player.

LinPlug software synths in a hardware package
Receptor enables customers to run LinPlug software in a form that combines the power and flexibility of VST software with the convenience and simplicity of dedicated hardware. Receptor allows users to check out LinPlug's impressive array of synths before buying, and then purchase a license with a simple web transaction.

"LinPlug software brings high-performance professional synthesis to musicians who demand the best" comments Bryan Lanser, VP of Business Development of Muse Research. "In working together, LinPlug software is now portable, easy to use, and more accessible than ever through our Receptor product" he adds.

"I strongly believe the Receptor is the better solution than a computer when you are on stage, and I'm really happy that LinPlug is providing instruments for the Receptor" comments Peter Linsener, Founder and Managing Director of LinPlug Virtual Instruments, GmBH.

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