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[Musikmesse] Muse-USB Partnership on MuseBox

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Muse Research and Development, Inc. has announced an agreement with Ultimate Sound Bank to provide sounds for the upcoming MuseBox, a Musical Instrument and Effects Box co-developed by Muse and Peavey.

Ultimate Sound Bank will provide the core, pre-installed sound set for the device that includes all the essential keyboard sounds required by the gigging musician, as well as expansion sound sets that will be sold to customers both on-line and at retail, the company says

MuseBox, currently under development by Muse Research and Peavey Electronics will ship with a sound set that includes acoustic pianos, electric pianos, organs, plus synth leads and pads. At press time, it is expected that the core sound set will approach 4GB in size, drawing from the Ultimate Sound Bank library.

MuseBox also comes with Peavey'sReValver, an amplifier modeling software VST designed to capture the true characteristics of vacuum tubes while allowing users control over their tonality and gain structures. In addition to keyboard sounds, MuseBox works as a standard effects processor providing reverb, chorus, compressors...

The MuseBox will ship with a CF card reader built-in, so by simply plugging in a CF data card into the back of the unit, a MuseBox owner can add new virtual instruments and effects, plus sound and effects libraries. And these cards are NOT data cards with presets like a typical synthesizer – they have new instruments, sounds sets and presets, and can range from 2GB to 64GB in size.

MuseBox's SoundFinder preset architecture is designed to make it easy to sort through thousands of presets from a variety of different libraries. Sounds on the MuseBox are "tagged" and organized by category, or by user-created tags for different gigs, or bands, or styles of music.

MuseBox is also a vocal processor, drum module, guitar processor, and a synth/sampler/sound module.

For more information, visit www.museresearch.com.
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