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Posted on Wed, Mar 25 2020 14:01
by Richard Ford
Joined on Thu, Nov 25 2010, Posts 33

Hi VSL,

One thing that does get me from time to time is when I get a particularly muddy brass sound (or strings too) - which usually emanates from MIR Pro (which I generally have inline of the instrument channel as suggested) I cannot get rid of that muddiness for the MIR Pro for that particular instrument only.

If I tweak the EQ in MIR Pro room the whole Instance is affected (which is not what I want) and if I adjust EQ in the channel strip using a plugin then my clean signal (or any other aux buss) is affected too - which is not what I want.

So my request is for a simple inline EQ that is sent to MIRPro only - just a rolloff would do (it's always the bottom end that causes issues)

Thanks

Richard

Posted on Wed, Mar 25 2020 16:22
by bbelius
Joined on Sat, Mar 14 2015, Posts 629

Hi Richard,

If you use MIR inside Vienna Ensemble you can route the reverberated signal to a bus and apply reverb only to it:
https://www.vsl.info/en/manuals/mir-pro/routing-vep#separating-dry-wet

Best, Ben

Ben
Technical Support - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Wed, Mar 25 2020 17:13
by Dietz
Joined on Tue, Aug 06 2002, Vienna / Europe, Posts 7343

Hi Richard,

that's what MIR Pro's "RoomEQ" is meant to be used for. It will affect the wet signal only and thus leave your direct signal component untouched. You can create a bank of 32 (actually 33) different settings which you can assign to each instance. You can think of it as some kind of bus routing (which it isn't, but it makes it easier to understand).

I'll attach a screenshot to make things clearer.

Alternatively you can use the approach described by Ben in the message above, but only if you're using VE Pro as the plug-in host.

HTH,

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Posted on Wed, Mar 25 2020 17:17
by Dietz
Joined on Tue, Aug 06 2002, Vienna / Europe, Posts 7343

For better understanding, yet another screenshot, based on the RoomEQ Bank used in MIRx Mode:

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Posted on Thu, Mar 26 2020 12:27
by Richard Ford
Joined on Thu, Nov 25 2010, Posts 33

Hi

Thanks - I finally understand this!!

I had not been aware that you could choose different room eq curves for each instrument in that field that says room equaliser.

It has been one of hose areas of the software that I couldn't get my head around.

Problem solved.

Thanks,

Richard

Originally Posted by: Dietz Go to Quoted Post

Hi Richard,

that's what MIR Pro's "RoomEQ" is meant to be used for. It will affect the wet signal only and thus leave your direct signal component untouched. You can create a bank of 32 (actually 33) different settings which you can assign to each instance. You can think of it as some kind of bus routing (which it isn't, but it makes it easier to understand).

I'll attach a screenshot to make things clearer.

Alternatively you can use the approach descibed by Ben in the message above, but only if you're using VE Pro as the plug-in host.

HTH,

Posted on Thu, Mar 26 2020 13:47
by Dietz
Joined on Tue, Aug 06 2002, Vienna / Europe, Posts 7343

That's great to hear. Thanks for your positive feedback! :-) 

All the best & stay healthy,

/Dietz - Vienna Symphonic Library
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