AES06SF: New Receptor Pro From Muse

Fully loaded new hardware for Receptorfiles      07/10/06

No flash plug

(2X = 640x480)
  RealPlayer  | 2X    QuickTime2X    Windows Media  | 2X
3:3 mins

The Muse Research Receptor really appears to be one of the only ways to run plug-ins live, if you are to believe the hype. But really, if you check the roster of artists using this dedicated hardware plug-in host on the Muse Research website then you'll probably be impressed (at least I was). The good news is that you can now buy the Receptor Pro - a cutting edge processor with a masssive hard drive and 2GB of RAM, plus all the trimmings. Upgrades are available for existing Receptor owners and from what we saw of the demo, we think there will be more than a few takers. Also announced is the availability of UNI-Wire technology, that allows you to access Receptors over an ethernet conection to add it's DSP power to either Mac or PC host DAWs. The big news is that this is now available for RTAS users of ProTools as well as VST and AU for the rest of us - looks very promising this. Once again, details to follow, but watch the accompanying video to see the unit in action.

More From: MUSE RESEARCH
Even more news...

 



More Videos

Featured Video
NAMM 2017: Modal Electronics 5 Crafts Together 

We talk to their creator


Featured Video
NAMM 2017: New Presonus Digital Mixers 

PreSonus unveils third-generation StudioLive Series III consoles


Featured Video
NAMM 2017: New Pittsburgh Modular Lifeforms Range - First Look 

Richard Nichol was on hand to show of the new pieces in the Lifeforms range


Using Kontakt Player In Productions - Part 2 

More on Spitfire Audio Libraries


NAMM 2017: Wampler Dracarys and Bravado 

New High Gain Pedal and First Tube Amp From Wampler


NAMM 2017: Arturia Matrix Brute & Drum Brute Demo 

Matrix Brute and Drum Brute Demo Jam


Tanzbar Lite and Tanzmaus Review 

2 Analogue drum machines from MFB get the Sonicstate treatment