Posts Tagged 'Muse Research Receptor'

Muse Research releases UniWire

Muse Research releases UniWire

Muse Research has announced that its highly anticipated UniWire audio and MIDI networking technology for their Receptor hardware plug-in player is now shipping in their version 1.5 system software update. UniWire technology allows customers to off-load processor intensive tasks to their Receptor while retaining complete control and integration with their computer DAW program.

NI Kontakt 2 now available for Receptor

NI Kontakt 2 now available for Receptor

Muse Research has finally released the Receptor installer helper file for Native Instruments Kontakt 2. This PREP installer, which can be downloaded by registered Receptor owners via Plugorama, enables existing owners of Kontakt 2 to install it on their Receptor and authorize it using the standard NI registration tool.

Muse Research  announces v.1.4. software for Receptor

Muse Research announces v.1.4. software for Receptor

Muse Research recentlyannounced its latest version of software, version 1.4, for its Receptor hardware plug-in player. This new version of software improves the RAM utilization in Receptor as well as adding new MIDI features that improve its ability to serve as the ultimate synth, sampler, and sound module. Version 1.4 software will be available free to all registered Receptor customers this month.

Free software upgrade for Muse Research Receptor

Free software upgrade for Muse Research Receptor

Muse Research today announced that they are shipping version 1.3 software for Receptor, their hardware-based plug-in player. Version 1.3 software adds several new features including support for plug-ins that allow for multiple outputs, like FXpansion BFD and samplers such as Kontakt from Native Instruments. Additionally, the new system software features new keyboard shortcuts that allow customers to quickly control their Receptor when a mouse and keyboard are attached. Also new is a plug-in registration tool that provides support for a large number of new plug-ins from a variety of vendors, including sample libraries from East West.