10th October 2003
Receptor is a software programmable synthesizer, effects processor, and guitar processor packaged in a 2U box with a hardware user interface.
Receptor is designed to make it easier for users to take full advantage of plug-in software, offering the following features and benefits:
- Receptor is a complete synthesizer and effects rack in a box. Receptor has a hard drive pre-populated with a large number of plug-ins, and the unit is complete with hardware user interface, MIDI I/O, high end balanced audio I/O, digital I/O, and even a guitar input.
- Receptor is convenient and easy to use. Housed in a road-worthy 2-rack space package, Receptor allows you to use plug-in software live at a gig, or take your plug-ins from studio to studio, or use plug-ins in fixed installations such as schools.
- Receptor gives you control over 16 channels of audio or synths with up to 57 effects. Receptor's 32-bit mixing architecture provides you with full MIDI automation of the all audio parameters as well as preset-based total recall of a complete set of inputs, synths, and effects.
- Receptor is compatible with Mac or PC computers. Ethernet support lets you remotely manage all aspects of Receptor from your desktop. This allows you to integrate Receptor with popular DAWs and sequencer packages such as ProTools, Nuendo, Sonar, Digital Performer, Logic, Cubase, etc.
The full press release, more information, and images are now available on the new Receptor product pages at www.museresearch.com along with a FAQ section.
Receptor is expected to ship in Q1 of 2004.
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