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Muse Research Announces Developer Support For the Receptor Platform

Frankfurt, Germany, March 31st, 2004—Muse Research today announced that with the addition of Arturia and Kjaerhus Audio, (announced in a separate release), the total number of premium developers that have agreed to support the Receptor platform now totals 14 companies. Those companies are as follows:

Applied Acoustics
Kjaerhus Audio

LinPlug Virtual Instruments
Native Instruments
Ohm Force
PSP Audioware
Wave Arts

New platform means new opportunities for developers
The Muse Research Receptor allows musicians and audio engineers to run their VST plug-ins in a hardware package that provides the power of software and the convenience of hardware. The product consists of a 2-rack space unit with custom front panel user interface, and comes fully equipped with audio I/O, MIDI I/O, and a hard drive preloaded with plug-in software. The software can be auditioned by the customer and then purchased with a simple web transaction, providing instant gratification at any time of the day or night.

Receptor allows musicians and engineers to use plug-in software live, or conveniently move from studio to studio. Furthermore, Receptor’s simple user interface takes away the complexity of a computer and allows less-technical musicians to make use of the groundbreaking technology of software synthesis and effects.

“We are very pleased to welcome these developers to our platform”, comments Bryan Lanser, VP of Business Development at Muse Research. “Receptor’s technology combined with the developer’s software will enable musicians to create great music both in the studio as well as on the road, as well as enabling those who haven’t made the leap to computer-based music to take advantage the tremendous power of these plug-ins” he concludes.


Muse Research specializes in music and audio technology development, including real-time media-rich software design, embedded systems engineering and integration, DSP algorithm development, and user interface design. Muse Research’s core technologies have been designed to evolve with advancements in hardware, software, and network standards, providing a stable, intuitive, future-proof platform for creating, capturing, and sharing music and audio content.

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