See Who’s Receptive to the Muse

New artist area for the Receptor VST player - big names too      17/10/05

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See Who’s Receptive to the Muse
Receptor front and back

Muse Receptor is a stand-alone VST player. The thing is, that this one is designed to handle the rigors or the road and still be at home in the studio. Many of us are still nervy (and rightly so) of taking our poorly built CPUs on the road with us. Having recently been involved in putting a band on the road myself – I understand the pitfalls only too well. The Receptor is dedicated to audio work and wont be any use on the road for game playing or emails. This is a good thing. What it does to is to allow you play innumerable plug-ins and VSTi’s via it’s dedicated hardware. Still not convinced, well thankfully, Muse Research have gathered in impressive roster of artists who actually use the stuff to sign it’s praises. So if you want to know what real-life touring and studio acts think about it – you should definitely take a look at :
    For detailed information on the Receptor
  • The list of supported plug-ins continues to grow with FXpansions killer drum plug BFD now added to the arsenal, drummers can hook their electronic pads up to the box and wig out. Additional developers supporting the platform include: Gmedia Music, AAS, PSP, Native Instruments, Lin Plug, Arturia, Sonic Implants, Kjaerhus Audio, reFX, Wave Arts and more.

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