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OP-X Blue Reaktor 5     

OP-X Blue VST PC       

Gary Corbett: „This is the best virtual synth I have ever heard"



Luke Mourinet: „It's without a doubt the best OB-X emulation to date“

Mariano Saulino: „The OP-X has become my #1 analog axe for every project“


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Receptor Versions


Receptor is the ultimative live and studio tool used by many top acts.

Muse Research

Our plugins are available as officially supported premium plugins for this platform.

Our plugins are already pre-installed in every new featured Receptor!

Demos, licenses and crossgrades are available here:


Crossgrades to the Receptor versions are free!

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Flash tutorial movie

This flash movie will lead you over the panel surface and show you some of the possibilities. Be patient while downloading. Be aware that audio isn't as clear as it could be.

requires flash player 6      featuring old gui

Click on image to start

Click for detailed description

YouTube Videos

See the OP-X perform in the studio. No effects are used, you just hear
what's coming out of the plugin. Because it's YouTube, audio is just mono
and compressed to a big extent.

Stepping through some famous patches of the default bank.
Only mono and completely dry. Listen to the audio clips for more detail.

Completely dry comparison to a real famous analog synth.
Featuring the Separate Voice Design (SVD). More about it on this site.

OP-X (version 2.1) with the Behringer BCR2000 controller, using the new MIDI
feedback feature for value jump free remote control. More infos here

Playing the new VM Bundle for the V-Machine which contains adapted versions
of OP-X and Stringer including two effect plugins. Learn more here

Video from demonstrating their absolutely awesome new
OP-X hardware controller. More infos here!

Stepping through various patches while using the levers.
Only mono and completely dry. Listen to the audio clips for more detail.

A great Rush Tom Sawyer cover performed by Phil Tesone.
OP-X PRO-II famous bank presets were used for all synth sounds.

With over 3/4 million views nuber two in YouTube: Kent Carlevi plays Van Halen's
Jump, backed by OP-X PRO for the famous chords. Rocks!