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Muse Research Welcomes DashSignature to the Receptor Platform

Anaheim, CA. January 15, 2004?Muse Research today announced a software distribution agreement with innovative VST synth developer DashSignature (www.dashsignature.com) . DashSignature is the creator of a large number of plug-ins including EVE, a semi-additive synthesizer, Combo Sister, a virtual draw-bar organ, daAlfa2K, an advanced additive synth, EMM Knagalis, an ethnic virtual instrument, daHornet, a hybrid virtual analog synth, TubiLeSax, a sampled sax synth, and the theAbstractGuitar, a guitar modeling synth.

Dedicated-hardware performance for Dash Signature Synths
The Muse Research Receptor allows Dash Signature VST synths to run in a compact and portable hardware package; its perfect for live use as well as offering the convenience and simplicity of dedicated hardware in a studio environment. DashSignature synths are pre-installed on Receptor in demo mode. Users can purchase a permanent license with a simple web transaction.

"DashSignature has a wide variety of interesting and evocative products" comments Bryan Lanser, VP of Business Development for Muse Research. "When used in Receptor, musicians can exploit all the range and complexity of sounds which Dash Signature has created with minimal fuss and bother"

"We at DASHsignature are very pleased with the relationship we have with Muse Research" notes WilliamK and Luigi Felici (aka Liqih), founders of Dash Signature. "Receptor really helps musicians on stage, as well as in their studio. Getting rid of all the audio and MIDI interfaces results in a much cleaner and easier to handle environment."

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