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Jazz drums in MIR Pro
Last post Thu, Dec 13 2012 by Dietz, 4 replies.
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Posted on Fri, Dec 07 2012 14:15
by Sergino Futurino
Joined on Thu, Dec 18 2003, Italy, Posts 652

There will ever be a preset for Jazz drums in MIR Pro?

What should be the best way to integrate it?

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Posted on Fri, Dec 07 2012 18:56
by Dietz
Joined on Tue, Aug 06 2002, Vienna / Europe, Posts 7681

Dear Sergino,

VSL Jazz Drums are a very special case, and I have not found a uniformly useful way of integration into MIR Pro yet. What works perfectly in one context sounds weird in another ...

Personally I would suggest to use General Purpose Profiles for either the single instruments or the whole set and tune position, width and rotation according to your needs.

Kind regards,

/Dietz - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Wed, Dec 12 2012 16:12
by Tom23
Joined on Mon, Feb 26 2007, Miller, Posts 119

How about the single spoken voice?  So far, I almost have to cut the wet signal out completely, or it's boomy.  What are other people's other experience with a solo voice?

Posted on Thu, Dec 13 2012 16:40
by Dietz
Joined on Tue, Aug 06 2002, Vienna / Europe, Posts 7681

Tom23 wrote:
How about the single spoken voice?  So far, I almost have to cut the wet signal out completely, or it's boomy.  What are other people's other experience with a solo voice?

 

Tom, that doesn't come as a surpirse. In a real hall, you wouldn't record spoken words from a distance of five, ten or even twenty meters either. That's what spot (a.k.a. close) microphones are used for.

MIR Pro is simply a virtual representation of a typical recording situation. You have the main microphones for the overal imaging and spatial impression, and you have individual spot mics for definition and intelligibility. In MIR Pro, the level of the virtual spot mic is controled by the Wet/Dry-ration of an MIR Icon on a stage. It's quite clear that you will have to change that ratio considerably to achieve the effect of a close voice in a big space.

HTH,

/Dietz - Vienna Symphonic Library
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