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Muse Research Welcomes reFX to the Receptor Platform

Anaheim, CA. January 15, 2004?Muse Research today announced a distribution agreement with Germany's reFX software, a VST software developer who has agreed to support the Receptor hardware plug-in player. reFX are the developers of several unique plug-ins, including the PlastiCZ, Beast, QuadraSID and Claw synthesizers as well as the Slayer2 modeling guitar and the Trasher II lo-fi filter plug-in.

Now reFX plug-ins can be run in hardware form with Receptor
Receptor combines the portability and reliability of dedicated hardware with the power and innovation of software plug-ins. With Receptor, musicians can use their reFX plug-ins on-stage, or move them conveniently from studio to studio. Receptor also brings the power of software synthesis musicians who don't use computers for music. All reFX software comes pre-installed on Receptor in demo mode, and can be purchased with a simple web transaction.

"The reFX team has assembled a remarkable range of high quality and highly affordable instruments" comments Bryan Lanser, VP of Business Development at Muse Research. "We are very pleased to welcome them to the Receptor platform" he adds.

"Receptor is a very cool product" comments Michael Kleps, founder and President of reFX. "Now everyone can take advantage of reFX, live or in the studio. Other companies have contacted us with similar concepts, but Receptor definitely has the brightest future" he adds.


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