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Muse Research Announces New Software Running on Receptor

Dozens of New Virtual instruments and effects to be shown at NAMM

Anaheim, California. January 17, 2008—Muse Research, Inc. will be showing their highly versatile Receptor running several new virtual instruments and effects in booth 6729 at NAMM. Receptor is well known as a versatile product which performs equally well as a sampler/synth/sound module, a guitar/bass/vocal processor, or as a drum module. Muse Research will be showing new software that supports all of these configurations including BFD 2.0 from FXpansion including new expander packs, Addictive Drums from XLN Audio, TimewARP 2600 and KikAXXE from WayOutWare, StudioDevil from Gallo Engineering, the SyntAX Vir2 instrument from Big Fish Audio, Pianoteq version 2.2.2 from Modartt, Virtual String Machine (VSM) from G-Media, and the comprehensive Total Effects Bundle collection from IK Multimedia which includes Amplitube 2, T-Racks, Ampeg SVX and Classic Studio Reverb. The Antares Audio Technologies line of vocal processing plug-ins will also debut on Receptor at this show, being demonstrated with Muse Research's exclusive UniWire™ technology. Receptor will be demonstrated with all of these software titles and more in Hall A at booth 6729.

Receptor: amazingly versatile, yet perfect for very specific purposes
Keyboardists, drummers, producers, composers, and guitarists all benefit from Receptor since it has everything you need to run your favorite virtual instruments and effects with optimal performance with superior latency and sonic quality. Receptor's integrated design features high quality audio I/O, a pristine front-panel instrument input, and multi-channel ADAT optical output in addition to balanced line level outputs allowing it to adapt to any performance situation live or in the studio. And with such a broad range of industry-leading software now available to run on Receptor, its no wonder why some of the biggest bands and most popular artists choose Receptor over a desktop or laptop computer to run their plug-ins wherever they go.

New Software Offers Incredible New Functionality and Performance
The new software being demonstrated on Receptor at this year's NAMM show underlines Receptor's strength as a do anything, go anywhere platform. If you're a drummer, you'll want to check out the BFD Turbo Receptor running BFD 2.0 with some astounding expansion packs. Or check out XLN Audio's Addictive Drums or DFH from Toontrack Music. If guitar or bass is your thing, you'll want to check out Guitar Rig 3, part of Receptor with Komplete Inside, the world's most comprehensive all-in-one music making solution. Alternatively, you might want to do some shredding on IK Multimedia's Amplitube 2, Nomad Factory's Guitar Amp Legends, or Gallo Engineering's Studio Devil. And bassists will dig the IK Ampeg SVX plug-in, running through T-Racks effects. And vocalists, engineers, and producers will definitely want to have their favorite Antares Audio Technologies software running in Receptor as a powerful, self-contained, and highly portably device. Whatever instrument you play, you'll find Receptor delivers all the capabilities of your favorite virtual instrument or effect in a road-proven hardware device.

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