Muse Research Receptor VIPs Ship

Muse Research and Development, Inc. has shipped three configurations of its new Receptor VIP dedicated hardware plug-in player.
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San Jose, CA (July 31, 2012)—Muse Research and Development, Inc. has shipped three configurations of its new Receptor VIP dedicated hardware plug-in player.

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A software-powered music instrument, it uses dedicated hardware and software-based computer technology to provide musicians with sounds and effects in a road-proven package. The base model Receptor VIP bundles in over $900 of software on its 1TB hard drive, while the new Receptor VIP SSD comes with a 256GB Solid State Drive, and the new Receptor VIP K comes with Native Instruments Komplete 8 pre-installed and authorized.

The Receptor VIP’s new SoundFinder interface makes it possible to call up presets from the installed software quickly, and the new "rack-style" graphical user interface intends to be familiar to anyone who has worked with music software before.

The based Receptor VIP has a 1TB hard drive for storing virtual instruments and effects, and using the 256GB SSD option, users can access any of their sounds or effects quickly due to the performance of the Receptor VIP SSD.

Every Receptor VIP comes with Komplete 8 pre-installed in demo mode, ready to activate with a license code, but the Receptor VIP K8 model comes with the collection of virtual instruments and effects pre-authorized and ready to use. Komplete includes over 90GB of sounds, and a collection of plug-ins including Kontakt 5, Massive, FM-8, Battery 3, Reaktor 5, Guitar Rig 5,and Absynth.

"The Receptor VIP is perfect for anyone looking for a comprehensive solution for using virtual instruments and effects live" comments Matt Christiano, CEO at Muse Research. "Receptor VIP hosts the world's finest virtual instruments and effects, and now with two more configurations, every musician can find the right solution to their musical needs".

Muse Research
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