Two Amazing-sounding Churches
NOTE: This product requires a Vienna Key (not included) to operate. Contact your Sweetwater Sales Engineer if you have questions.
Note: This expansion pack requires Vienna MIR Pro or MIR Pro 24.
The Vienna Symphonic Library MIR RoomPack 3 expands MIR's reverb capabilities with Mystic Spaces V.2, an amazing collection of rich church ambiences you can use to make your recordings truly shine. From the dense, short reverb of Austria's Maria Strassengel to the lengthy, crystal-clear ambience of the Steinhofkirche (the "Viennese Taj Mahal"), MIR RoomPack 3 gives you a potent arsenal of ambience. VSL's sampling techniques - including multichannel microphone arrays and thousands of impulse responses - produce some of the tastiest reverb we've heard. If you have MIR, check out Vienna Symphonic Library's MIR RoomPack 3.Vienna Symphonic Library MIR RoomPack 3 at a Glance:
- RoomPacks - the foundation of MIR
- Maria Strassengel
Vienna Symphonic Library's MIR RoomPack 3 is an add-on expander for VSL's multi-impulse response convolution engine MIR. According to the ambience chasers at Vienna Symphonic Library, RoomPacks are "the crown jewels of Vienna MIR." Boasting thousands of individual impulse responses from a single venue, RoomPacks are the foundation upon which the MIR concept is built. Of course, MIR's Room Editor lets you dial in the decay length you need for the application at hand.Maria Strassengel
Vienna Symphonic Library's MIR RoomPack 3 is your source for astonishingly tasty short reverbs - courtesy of the pilgrimage church Maria Strassengel near Graz in Styria, Austria. This church's relatively compact main nave serves up amazing acoustics, rich and stunningly short - averaging around three seconds. Using four mics from multiple positions, over 2,000 impulse responses were captured to replicate the beautiful acoustics of this incredible location.Steinhofkirche
At the other end of the reverb-time scale, Vienna Symphonic Library's MIR RoomPack 3 gives you the Steinhofkirche. In terms of ambience, you can think of Steinhofkirche as the "Viennese Taj Mahal," due to its long - up to around ten seconds - decay time. The jaw dropper here is the astonishing clarity of the reverb. VSL captured impulses from every conceivable position in the hall. You also get "HotSpots" - two positions each on the left and right side aisles, one position in the rear at the main entrance, and the entire balcony of the organ gallery. So, essentially, you can use the Steinhofkriche from both sides of the main microphones - letting you stage a bone fide surround ensemble!Vienna Symphonic Library MIR RoomPack 3 Features:
- Vienna MIR Pro / MIR Pro 24 compatibility
- Homogeneous sound for all main microphone polarity patterns due to improved Ambisonics processing
- Adaptation of relative volume between all main microphones in all Venues
- You can even switch venues while working on a MIR Project
- More consistency in dry signal level scaling
- New Starting Point-settings for many Venues