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The Vienna Symphonic Library announces the release of Vienna MIR PRO 24.

This is a special version of their advanced Multi Impulse Response mixing and reverberation software Vienna MIR PRO at an entry-level price.

 

Vienna MIR PRO 24 is a network-capable mixing solution for Mac and PC, based on Vienna’s Multi Impulse Response (MIR) convolution technology. Its direct connection with the cross-platform mixing host Vienna Ensemble PRO 5 is designed to allow for integration with audio production environments. Vienna MIR PRO 24 includes the set of features and options of Vienna MIR PRO, with a maximum of 24 instruments, ensembles or audio signals that can be placed on its virtual stages. The software comes with 11,000 impulse responses from five venues of the Vienna Konzerthaus. Additional acoustic spaces RoomPack 2 (“Studios & Sound Stages”) and RoomPack 3 (“Mystic Spaces”) are available for download.

 

Pricing & Availability:

Vienna MIR PRO 24 is available at EUR395 / US-$475. As an additional option to downloading, customers may order a USB flash drive for a nominal fee. An upgrade path to Vienna MIR PRO is available. Users of Vienna MIR SE may upgrade to Vienna MIR PRO 24 free of charge, any time. Vienna MIR PRO requires Vienna Ensemble PRO 5 as a mixing host – both applications are available at a discounted bundle price of EUR495 / US-$595.

 

Introductory Offer

Customers who purchase Vienna MIR PRO 24 will receive a discount of 20% on purchases of the optional Vienna MIR RoomPacks, through April 30, 2012.

 

Visit www.vsl.co.at for more details.

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