Muse Research Makes Major Changes to Plugorama Website

Also Announces Price Cuts      20/08/10
Muse Research Makes Major Changes to Plugorama Website


Muse Research & Development has announced a major overhaul of their Plugorama.com website, which supports their RECEPTOR 2 line of dedicated hardware plug-in players.

Plugorama.com is a resource for both pre and post-sales assistance with RECEPTOR 2, providing registration, upgrades, software package options, and technical support. The company has spent several months redesigning the site to provide an improved customer experience.

The company is also announcing new software bundles at low prices, new premium support packages for customers, and lower prices across-the-board for people looking to purchase a RECEPTOR 2.

Lower Prices on RECEPTOR 2

Effective immediately, the RECEPTOR 2 will sell for $1599, the RECEPTOR 2 PRO will sell for $1999 and the RECEPTOR 2 PRO MAX will sell for $2499. Prices are in US Dollars and are only available to residents of the US and Canada. These same new lower prices are available through Muse Research Dealers throughout North America.

“Anytime you can offer lower prices to musicians it’s a great thing, and people who may have found the cost of RECEPTOR 2 prohibitive will be pleased to find that RECEPTOR 2 costs no more than a similarly configured computer, but offers many more advantages over a computer in a performance situation,” says Chris Halaby, CEO of Muse Research. 

Details are available at the Plugorama site. 

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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
MPS    Said...

Even at these lower prices I fail to se how they think it is similar to comparable computer in price. Still too expensive.

20-Aug-10 09:30 AM


Beken One    Said...

i use mine more than any of my other rack gear. conveniently out of my way connected by a patchbay like everything else. used at mixdown before tape giving us more headroom with less floor noise, so many options. crazy efx rack too. i use it with Battery-3, Reaktor-5 most the time. perfect for MPC users that dont like linear software sequencers, like myself latency? set it and forget it

20-Aug-10 01:44 PM


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