ADAT output support increases the number of outputs on Receptor
Receptor was designed as a sound and effects module for both stage and studio work. It's here, in the studio, where it is often desirable to route individual Receptor channels back into a DAW or mixer. For this reason, Receptor has a built-in ADAT optical interface allowing 8 individual digital outputs in addition to the 2 S/PDIF outputs and 2 analog outputs. Version 1.2 software updates the mixer UI to support these additional outputs, and provides the user with complete routing control over the ADAT outputs as well as the S/PDIF output.
New MIDI mapping features enhance the sound module capabilities of Receptor
Version 1.2 software includes new MIDI mapping features, designed with the input of keyboardist and Receptor endorser Jordan Rudess. These MIDI mapping features allow the performer to easily set up multiple layers and splits in Receptor, making it an ideal tool for live performance regardless of music style.
Patent-applied-for "Z-Load" technology speeds plug-in loading
Muse Research is demonstrating a new technology in Receptor that makes it possible to load plug-ins in just milliseconds, versus the several seconds or sometimes tens of seconds required by a computer.