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Muse Research Demonstrates New Plug-ins running on Receptor

Frankfurt, Germany, April 6th, 2005 — Muse Research, Inc. is showing its Receptor hardware plug-in player at the Frankfurt MusikMesse running several exciting new VST plug-ins. Augmenting its recent announcement of hundreds of new freeware plug-ins which run on Receptor, Muse Research will be showing GMEDIA Music’s miniMONSTA virtual minimoog plug-in, the innovative new Vector Sector plug-in from General Vibe, the Garritan Personal Orchestra library, Kontakt, Absynth3, and Guitar Rig from Native Instruments, as well as Stylus RMX from Spectrasonics. Also being shown is the phenomenal Colossus sound library from East West, as well piano samples from Post Music Instruments.

The company also announced that it currently testing several plug-ins that, although unsupported by the company, have proven to run successfully on Receptor. These include Mach 5 from Mark of the Unicorn, the entire USB Plugsound library collection, and the Vienna Symphonic library from Ilio.

A vast, ever-expanding universe of sounds
Receptor is a stand-alone synth, sampler, and sound module that makes it easy for musicians to perform live using VST plug-ins. Receptor’s architecture enables you to create vast and amazing sounds that are unequalled by any other hardware device.

Plugorama’s the place for new Receptor Plug-ins
Muse Research maintains a site that supports Receptor called www.plugorama.com. The plugorama website provides support information as well as updates for Receptor software. Receptor has hundreds of software synths and effects pre-installed, and dozens of these come from “premium” developers whose products can be purchased directly on the web.

For more information, visit www.museresearch.com, or send an email to info@museresearch.com , or call +(650) 326-5400.

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