Muse Research introduces UniWire for RTAS

Company’s Receptor instrument hardware maximizes ProTools efficiency.
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The Receptor from Muse Research has been upgraded with the firm’s UniWire technology for more efficient ProTools implementation.

Muse Research has ported its UniWire audio and MIDI networking technology for Pro Tools users, thanks to a new RTAS-compatible version of the UniWire plug-in. The UniWire technology off-loads several processor-intensive tasks to an array of Receptors, saving processing power for the host system running ProTools. The company's UniWire technology allows the user to connect a Receptor hardware plug-in player directly to a laptop or desktop computer using only a single Ethernet cable, and get complete integration of MIDI, audio and remote control data between the Receptor and the host DAW software. UniWire allows the user to run plug-ins on Receptor but control them as if they were running inside a host computer. UniWire works with all Mac or PC-based ProTools systems that support RTAS plug-ins, including LE systems.

UniWire consists of a cross-platform RTAS plug-in created by Muse Research and a software upgrade that enables the UniWire networking capabilities of Receptor. UniWire provides 32-channels of audio and unlimited MIDI connectivity between a computer and Receptor using a standard 100baseT network connection.

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