WNAMM13: Muse Qu4ttro Receptor

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Winter NAMM 2013 - Muse Research

The latest Muse Receptor is the Receptor Qu4ttro with expanded IO, RAM and CPU as well as enhanced audio interface  - provided by the Presonus 1818.

 

The RECEPTOR QU4TTRO features a new quad-core processing engine, a 2TB hard drive, 16GB of RAM for enhanced performance, and comes bundled with a PreSonus 1818 audio interface to provide up to 18 inputs and outputs - 8 analog inputs and outputs as well as 8 digital inputs and outputs, along with S/PDIF digital I/O. The new QU4TTRO model also features a 64-bit operating system with Intellibridge™ technology that lets you run 32-bit and 64-bit plug-ins simultaneously, as well as expanding the capabilities of Muse Research's exclusive LIVE MODE, a breakthrough new look-ahead caching technology for performing live with virtual instruments and effects. The product is expected to ship first quarter with a list price of $3499.


 


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