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Native Instruments Announces Support of Muse Research Receptor Platform

Frankfurt, Germany, March 31st, 2004—Muse Research today announced that Native Instruments of Berlin has pledged support for the Receptor hardware VST player. Native Instruments has agreed to work with Muse Research to ensure that FM7, B4, Pro53 and Kompakt from their VST line of software products are compatible and made available for the Receptor platform.

Use your Native Instruments software live or in the studio
The Muse Research Receptor enables you to run Native Instruments VST synths in a hardware package that combines the power of software with the convenience of hardware. Receptor allows musicians to use Native Instrument plug-ins live, or conveniently move from studio to studio. Furthermore, Receptor’s simple interface allows less-technical musicians to make use of the groundbreaking technology of software synthesis.

“Native Instruments has distinguished itself as one of key driving forces in software-based music technology”, comments Bryan Lanser, VP of Business Development at Muse Research. “And now with Receptor, musicians and audio engineers can exploit the power of Native Instruments software with the convenience of dedicated hardware” he concludes.

"Native Instruments has been watching the Receptor technology evolve for some time, and we are pleased to offer our support for the platform" comments Daniel Haver, President of Native Instruments. "Receptor will provide a capable and convenient solution for people to use NI software both live and in the studio." he concludes.

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