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  • Polka - The Golden Age - Pernegg Monastery
  • Rapsodie Espagnole - Malaguena - Pernegg Monastery
  • Le Tombeau de Couperin - Rigaudon - Pernegg Monastery
  • The Comedians - Galop - Pernegg Monastery
  • The Unanswered Question - Pernegg Monastery

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Convolution Reverb for Vienna Instruments & Vienna Instruments Pro

MIRx is a convolution reverb extension for Vienna Instruments and Vienna Instruments Pro based on our revolutionary MIR (Multi Impulse Response) technology. They offer a convenient and affordable way to integrate the stunning acoustics of renowned concert halls, sound stages and churches directly into the Vienna Instruments and Vienna Instruments Pro players.

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.

MIRx Pernegg Monastery features spatial models of the 16th century monastery church of Pernegg, a small village situated in the north of the “Waldviertel” region (Forest Quarter) of Lower Austria, near the Czech border. Its five-sided choir apse and nave are unencumbered by pillars and contribute to the extraordinary acoustics of this architectural rarity, enveloping your instruments in a vast 3.8 seconds of magnificent ambience.

MIRx Pernegg Monastery comes with over 400 individually handcrafted and masterfully pre-EQ’d presets, for all available Vienna Instruments and ensembles, that can be placed at their ideal positions around the altar. Several instruments, such as choir, harmonium and some percussion instruments, also offer the option to be placed on the choir gallery in the back of the nave, behind the microphone, adding timbral depth and variety to the overall richness of this space.