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The Vienna Symphonic Library has announced Vienna MIR, a software solution incorporating a reverberation and mixing stage, with its first incarnation being ready for download in early 2009.


An advanced DVD product will follow several months later.

Vienna MIR, Multi Impulse Response Mixing & Reverberation:
  • A multi-impulse response convolution engine.
  • A holistic orchestral mixing solution with a graphical user interface.
  • A stereo or multi-channel output stage designed to « revolutionize » your arranging and mixing work-flow.

Technology:
  • Specialized impulses of line arrays in 60° steps in six horizontal directions as well as upwards and downwards.
  • Up to 40 sectors per stage for instrument placement, with interpolation between sectors for seamless transitions.
  • Up to 5,000 individually recorded impulse responses for each room, depending on the size of the stage and the number of microphone positions.
  • Instrument-specific algorithms according to individual directional frequency profiles.
  • Four-channel Ambisonics recordings for output in various stereo and surround formats (up to 8 output channels).
  • Recorded from up to four selected positions – from the conductor’s rostrum as well as from the audience perspective.

Use:
  • Graphic user interface with innovative multi-parameter control icon.
  • Real-time playing mode (low latency for arranging) and mixing mode (higher latency due to larger buffer size for calculating up to 20,000 convolutions during mix-down).
  • VST/AU inserts for each instrument channel as well as the master channel.
  • Character Presets for timbral changes, available for most Vienna Instruments.
  • GUI features such as Instrument Grouping, Hide Icon, Scroll Zooming etc.

Vienna MIR Download Edition:
  • Available in Q2 2009
  • Stand-alone application for Windows XP/Vista 64 systems
  • Runs exclusively with Vienna Instruments
  • Includes five halls of the Vienna Konzerthaus

Vienna MIR Premium Edition:
  • Boxed product, multiple DVD-ROMs
  • Available in Q3 2009
  • Stand-alone application and VST/AU plug-in for OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) and Windows XP/Vista 64 systems
  • Open for Vienna Instruments as well as any third party VSTi or other external audio signals
  • Additional acoustic spaces

For more info, check out vsl.co.at/en/65/71/393/1165.vsl.
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