MIRx are convolution reverb extensions for our proprietary sample players Vienna Instruments and Vienna Instruments PRO based on our revolutionary MIR (Multi Impulse Response) technology. It is a convenient and affordable way to integrate the stunning acoustics of renowned concert halls and sound stages directly into Vienna Instruments / Vienna Instruments PRO.
Using pre-configured Multi Impulse Responses from Vienna MIR PRO, each instrument or ensemble in your Vienna Instruments arsenal will find its perfect position on stage at the touch of a button. Simply turn on the MIRx option in your player’s reverb window, select one of the presets for your loaded instrument and it will be placed and aligned at the appropriate spot on the stage. Creating a perfectly balanced orchestral sound has never been easier.
The Vienna Konzerthaus is one of the world’s most acclaimed concert buildings, offering great sounding venues for a wide variety of musical activities of all genres. The Great Hall (Grosser Saal) with a total area of 9,900 square feet (920 m²) is the perfect venue for large symphonic and choral works. The 4,682 square feet (435 m²) Mozart Hall (Mozartsaal) offers an ideal setting for all types of chamber music, from string quartets to chamber orchestras. The famed Teldex Scoring Stage in Berlin features a 4,900 square feet (455 m²) hall that has been in use for recording since the 1950s. UK’s famous landmark building The Sage Gateshead houses a large concert hall with a seating capacity of up to 1,640 and excellent acoustics. Pernegg Monastery offers the beautiful acoustics of the late gothic monastery church in Pernegg, Austria, that was built in the early 1500s.
Don’t miss the audio demo “Mirxed Feelings” created exclusively with Vienna Special Edition Vol 1,Vienna Instruments PRO and MIRx Konzerthaus Grosser Saal. Download the corresponding project file for your sequencer (Cubase, Logic, Pro Tools, Digital Performer or Sonar) from MyDownloads and use it as a source of inspiration or a starting point for your own orchestrations.