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Oddity from G-MEDIA Now Available on Receptor

Menlo Park, CA. June 30, 2005—Muse Research, Inc. announced that GMEDIA’s Oddity, a virtual re-creation of the legendary ARP Odyssey, is now available for Receptor. Receptor owners can download Oddity from the www.plugorama.com support site. Once installed on Receptor, Oddity can be used for 30 days in a fully functional demo mode, after which you can purchase the product for $99 US from the plugorama on-line store.

The announcement of the availability of Oddity follows the recent announcement of compatibility with several other plug-ins, including GMEDIA Music’s Minimonsta:Melohman virtual minimoog plug-in, the innovative new Vector Sector plug-in from General Vibe, the Garritan Personal Orchestra library, Kontakt 1.5, Absynth3, and Guitar Rig from Native Instruments, as well as Stylus RMX from Spectrasonics. Also compatible with Receptor are the EWQLSO Gold symphonic library, the Bösendorfer 290, and the phenomenal Colossus sound library from East West, as well piano samples from Post Music Instruments.

Oddity brings the power of the ARP Odyssey synth to a whole new generation
Since its release, the Oddity has caused quite a stir in the synth community, with both reviewers and discerning musicians heralding its release as a major step forward in the emulation of classic analog synths. Featuring an painstakingly accurate re-creation of the operational methodology and vintage tonal character of the original instrument, supplemented with modern enhancements such as Patch Morphing and Flying Sliders, the Oddity is an exciting update on a classic, sure to be welcomed by players and producers alike. Now that it is available on Receptor, users can use their favorite ARP sounds in the studio, and then take those same sounds to the gig via Receptor.

What you see is what you hear
Oddity’s graphical user interface is completely editable on Receptor either from the front panel using the 2 line LCD display, or by connecting a mouse, keyboard, and monitor directly to Receptor, or from your host computer (Mac or PC) using Receptor’s remote control software (included).

Here is what Oddity’s user interface appears like when running on Receptor using Remote control software on a Macintosh:

Oddity on Receptor
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For more information, visit www.museresearch.com, or send an email to info@museresearch.com , or call +(650) 326-5400. For more information on Oddity or other GMEDIA music products, please visit www.gmediamusic.com.

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