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MIR as VST or Ethernet!
Last post Tue, Oct 05 2010 by Dietz, 12 replies.
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Posted on Sat, Sep 25 2010 00:50
by Leif Erikson Sundstrup
Joined on Sat, Oct 25 2003, Australia, Posts 87

Just wondering if you chaps at VSL think MIR will be released as either a VST plug or connectable via ethernet (like VEPro).

Cheers

Leif

Leif Sundstrup
Posted on Sat, Sep 25 2010 08:25
by DG
Joined on Wed, May 12 2004, Posts 8608

 MIR Pro will probably have these features, but you'll have to wait to find out for sure, just like the rest of us. Wink

DG

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Posted on Sat, Sep 25 2010 10:29
by Dietz
Joined on Tue, Aug 06 2002, Vienna / Europe, Posts 7451
Leif wrote:

Just wondering if you chaps at VSL think MIR will be released as either a VST plug or connectable via ethernet (like VEPro).

Cheers

Leif

 MIR Pro will bring close integration of the MIR concept in most (if not all) existing DAW environments. Vienna MIR (the current product) will stay a stand-alone application.

As soon as we have a somewhat closed feature set there will be a preliminary announcement.

Kind regards,

/Dietz - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Sun, Sep 26 2010 09:18
by Steve Martin
Joined on Sat, Sep 17 2005, Queensland, Australia, Posts 550

Hi Dietz,

I am just downloading MIR SE as I write this, and I am not sure what Leif means as a VST plug in, as I understand it only as a standalone version, but I am thinking that what is meant here [as MIR being avaliable as a plug in], is that it will be similiar to the Vienna Suite - you create your audio files of each instrument from your DAW, then for each instrument, you channel it into MIR, so that MIR is not dealing with sounds directly from sample playback, but from Audio file playback. Is that what is meant here?

thanks if you can let me know,

best,

SteveSmile

Posted on Sun, Sep 26 2010 12:39
by Dietz
Joined on Tue, Aug 06 2002, Vienna / Europe, Posts 7451

That's more or less the idea for MIR Pro. Ideally it will work as alternative, but integrated front end for any DAW.

/Dietz - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Sun, Sep 26 2010 20:54
by Steve Martin
Joined on Sat, Sep 17 2005, Queensland, Australia, Posts 550

Hi Dietz,


I will be looking forward to seeing MIR Pro!


thanks,


SteveSmile.



Posted on Sun, Oct 03 2010 17:02
by Agostino
Joined on Fri, Dec 25 2009, France, Posts 26
Hi all,
Sorry for my very poor technical skills, but will this mean that the integration of MIR PRO and the sequencer in only one machine will be easier? I am asking this because I don't have the MIR yet, and the manual talks about quite complicated things in the chapter "Typical setup 2 - MIR side by side with a sequencer on the same machine".

Thank you for an answer, ciao

Tino
Posted on Sun, Oct 03 2010 22:13
by Dietz
Joined on Tue, Aug 06 2002, Vienna / Europe, Posts 7451

Well - "easier" depends on the point of view. :-)

Right now, it is actually as easy as is can get: You start two applications with clearly defined tasks, and you're more or less ready to roll.

With MIR Pro, we aim for a tight integration of the MIR concept into an existing DAW, and this will blur the line between the two of them. This will give you more options (like the straight-forward use of audio streams within MIR), but it will pose different issues, of course.

... don't be to frightened by the detailed explanations in MIR's manual about integrations and setup. You know, things that are mostly self-explanatory are the hardest ones do describe in a step-by-step cooking recipe style.

Kind regards,

/Dietz - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Mon, Oct 04 2010 11:56
by Agostino
Joined on Fri, Dec 25 2009, France, Posts 26
Thank you Dietz,
I see that you understood well that I indeed prefer eating to cooking ;)


Ciao, have a nice day!
Posted on Tue, Oct 05 2010 18:53
by Agostino
Joined on Fri, Dec 25 2009, France, Posts 26
I only have one more question about this:
Mir was initially conceived for living alone in its own machine. Have you guys from VSL tested the other configuration, i.e. a melting-pot with Mir and a sequencer in the same machine?


Thank you again :)
Posted on Tue, Oct 05 2010 19:33
by DG
Joined on Wed, May 12 2004, Posts 8608

Agostino wrote:
I only have one more question about this: Mir was initially conceived for living alone in its own machine. Have you guys from VSL tested the other configuration, i.e. a melting-pot with Mir and a sequencer in the same machine?

Thank you again :)

 

That's what most of us are doing already, I think.

DG

Nuendo 6.03, 4.3
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Posted on Tue, Oct 05 2010 22:44
by Dietz
Joined on Tue, Aug 06 2002, Vienna / Europe, Posts 7451
Agostino wrote:
I only have one more question about this:
Mir was initially conceived for living alone in its own machine. Have you guys from VSL tested the other configuration, i.e. a melting-pot with Mir and a sequencer in the same machine?

Like DG  wrote - many of our users (including me ;-) ...) do this nowadays. BTW - there's a dedicated section in the MIR-manual covering this topic in detail ("Typical Setup 2 – Vienna MIR side-by-side with a MIDI sequencer / DAW / notation program on the same machine", p. 76-81).

The manual is available as free download on your User Area.

Kind reagrds,

/Dietz - Vienna Symphonic Library
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