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Muse Research Welcomes rgc:audio to the Receptor Platform

Anaheim, CA. January 15, 2004?Muse Research today announced it has signed a software distribution agreement with cutting-edge VST software developer rgc: audio of Argentina ( Creators of the award-winning z3tA+ wave-shaping synth, the Pentagon I virtual analog performance synth, and the Triangle I and Triangle II performance synths.

Now rgc:audio synths run on a dedicated and robust hardware package
The Muse Research Receptor enables you to run rgc: audio VST synths in a package that combines the advantages of a computer with the power and flexibility of software programmability. This allows performing musicians to use their rgc: audio software live or move it conveniently from studio to studio. Furthermore, the software is pre-installed on Receptor allowing a user to try the software before buying, then purchase with a simple web transaction.

"Without a doubt, rgc: audio has created some exceptional synths, and we are very pleased to have them join the developer's supporting the Receptor platform" comments Bryan Lanser, VP of Business Development at Muse Research. "Besides making rgc :audio software easy to use, Receptor enables musicians to use these incredible synths wherever they go" he adds.

"We're living wonderful times. The power, flexibility and unbelievable sound quality of virtual synthesizers and effects now can be used in a convenient, self-contained, solid and easily transportable way. Receptor is a fantastic technical achievement which makes this possible, and we're happy our synths are on it" comments René Ceballos, Founder and President of rgc:audio.


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