WNAMM11: RECEPTOR Supports MOTU Virtual Instruments

Electric Keys and Ethno 2 instruments to be pre-installed for a demo period      14/01/11
WNAMM11: RECEPTOR Supports MOTU Virtual Instruments


Here's the Muse press release...
Muse Research & Development has announced that its renowned RECEPTOR 2 line of Hardware Plug-in Players now supports the Mark of the Unicorn Electric Keys and Ethno 2 instruments. Muse Research and MOTU have tentatively agreed to pre-install these world-class virtual instruments on all RECEPTOR 2 models so that users are able to try these instruments in fully functional form before purchasing an iLok license to enable them to run beyond the demo period. Ethno 2: Enter into the Exotic with Ease
The Ethno 2 virtual instrument delivers exotic and expressive world instruments to RECEPTOR 2, with authentic loops and phrases sure to inspire you. Featuring a 21GB library of pristine samples covering every continent of the world, Ethno 2 makes accessing the exotic world of ethnic instruments as simple as turning the knob on your RECEPTOR 2.
Electric Keys: Your own personal classic electric keyboard collection
Electric Keys represents a veritable treasure-trove of classic keyboard instruments, all meticulously sampled and ready to play in RECEPTOR 2. With over 40GB of sounds covering electric pianos, organs, clavinets, wurlitzers, string machines, keyboard basses, and tape-based samplers, you'll find yourself rediscovering these classic instruments and being inspired by their unique nature and expressivity.
RECEPTOR 2 + : the ideal host for MOTU virtual instrument
What better way to run high-quality virtual instruments than on the award-winning RECEPTOR 2 Hardware Plug-in Player? The new and improved RECEPTOR 2 + line runs these virtual instruments and more with super high fidelity and super low latency. That's why the RECEPTOR is used by the world's leading bands and artists, such as U2, Coldplay, Bruce Springsteen, Herbie Hancock, Jordan Rudess, and hundreds more.
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