Muse Research Receptor news and events Announces The 2007 Plug-in Developer Challenge!

Exciting chance for developers to prove their skills in the KVR community

New York, New York. October 5, 2007KVR, the web's most popular and authoritative venue for anything and all things related to plug-in software, announced their 2007 Developer Challenge is now open for voting. This popular annual event is open to all plug-in software developers - amateur or professional – and submissions are judged by the KVR community. The winning plug-in developer receives a cash prize, as well as the respect and admiration of the KVR community. THE destination for info about virtual instruments and effects, owned by Muse Research, is a community and news site for open standard audio plug-ins. The site is targeted to anyone with an interest in virtual instrument and effects plug-ins, and boasts over half-a-million unique visitors each month. The KVR community actively participates in the use and development of plug-in software through forums which has proven invaluable to developers and users a-like. Given the unique combination of both developers and customers in one place, Tuz, a KVR member, came up with the idea of having a competition to allow anyone to develop a plug-in of their own, letting the community at large select the best.

Developer challenge boasts 33% more entrants in its 2nd year… voting now open!
Now in its second year, the KVR Developer Challenge has attracted 41 submissions covering synths, effects, and utilities all available for free download – 33% increase from last year. The diversity of the KVR community is reflected in the diversity of the submissions, ranging from novel synthesis programs, to innovative audio manipulation tools, to invaluable utilities for visually-impaired musicians. All are welcome to join in the fun by downloading the submissions and voting for your favorite. Voting is open through the end of October.

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