Muse Research Receptor - artists

Bruce O'Neil and Paul Englishby
RSC Head of Music and Composer, Henry IV Parts 1 and 2

"The Royal Shakespeare Company commissions new music scores for every production, which encompass a huge variety of styles and genres. Our Receptors increasingly occupy a crucial place within those scores, since they offer a reliable platform in a live performance environment for the sonic requirements of whatever our composers need to achieve, using the virtually endless combination of samples, plugins and sound libraries that are possible with Receptor. The RSC has recently begun to broadcast live to cinemas worldwide, as well as playing live in Stratford and London, so reliability and stability are even more crucial than ever; and with the demands presented by composers such as Emmy-Award-Winning, BAFTA-Nominated Paul Englishby, who scored the recent Richard II and the current Henry IV Parts 1 & 2, there is only one choice for us. Hear us play Receptors at a cinema near you - check out and also the first release in our series of CDs at"

Image above: Bruce O'Neil (RSC Head of Music, left) and Paul Englishby (Composer, Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, right) with 4 of the RSC's 6 Receptors.

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