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Muse Research Announces New Artist Section On Website

Highlights some of the Artists and Bands using Receptor

New York, NY. October 7, 2005—Muse Research, Inc. today unveiled an Artist section on their website, aimed at sharing some of the insights of artists and bands using Receptor. Some of the bands using Receptor include U2, The Rolling Stones, Nine Inch Nails, Garbage, Earth, Wind, and Fire, Dream Theater, Tears for Fears, and some of the artists include Joss Stone, Ricky Martin, George Duke, Richard Devine, Philip Aaberg, George Strait, and television shows such as Jimmy Kimmel Live! and Rockstar:INXS. Many of these artists have provided comments about Receptor on the company's website, which can be viewed at www.museresearch.com/artists.php.

Receptor answers the pro's need for reliable, portable, powerful music making.
Receptor has really resonated with demanding professionals who need robust, portable, high performance gear, solving the problem of needing to use plug-ins in a live performance situation while needing to avoid the unpredictability of standard computers. Whether filling a stadium with keyboard sounds at a U2 or Dream Theater concert, serving as an effects processor for Nine Inch Nails, or serving as the guitar front end for George Strait, Receptor has proven to be an invaluable tool to both touring and studio musicians.

Flexible, stable, and friendly… the ultimate musician's companion!
Perhaps Receptor's most attractive point is that it is so versatile. It can run a number of plug-ins simultaneously with rock-solid stability and super-low latency. It can serve as a synthesizer, sampler, or sound module. It can work as a massively parallel effects processor, and its high quality instrument pre-amp makes it a phenomenal guitar processor. This fact is conveyed clearly through the range of comments that Artists make about Receptor. Not only is it perceived as a powerful performance piece, it is also a versatile music-making companion.

Check out what all the artists have to say about Receptor at Muse Research's website: www.museresearch.com/artists.php.

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

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