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VSL (Vienna Symphonic Library) Vienna MIR RoomPack 5 – Pernegg Monastery
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VSL (Vienna Symphonic Library) Vienna MIR RoomPack 5 – Pernegg Monastery

Software convolution reverb from VSL (Vienna Symphonic Library) .

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Vienna Symphonic Library releases two New MIR products and extends its educational discounts.

The new products are MIR Pro Roompack 5: Pernegg Monastery and MIRx: The Sage Gateshead.

MIR PRO Roompack 5: Pernegg Monastery models the reverb of the historic monastery church of Pernegg, Austria. The church's five-sided choir apse and the nave that is unencumbered by pillars notably contribute to the acoustics of this architectural rarity, and its secluded location and the very balanced, clearly defined but never overbearing acoustics are said to make it an ideal environment for musical performances and recordings.

The Vienna Symphonic Library team has captured the acoustics of this church for Vienna MIR PRO and MIR PRO 24 from four different microphone positions. All in all, nearly 5,000 Impulse Responses have been assembled to virtually recreate the acoustics of this building, and provide several instrument placement options within the space. The average length of the impulse responses is about 6 seconds, with the average reverb time about 3.8 seconds. Introductory price is $95 instead of $115 until October 31.

MIRx: The Sage Gateshead is a convolution reverb extension for Vienna Instruments and Vienna Instruments PRO based on Vienna's own MIR (Multi Impulse Response) technology. The Sage Gateshead is UK's landmark building in the northeast of England renowned for its acoustics. The large Hall One features a spectacular wood-paneled auditorium with a seating capacity of up to 1,640. Designed to the highest international standards, it was intended as an acoustically perfect space, loosely modeled on the renowned Musikverein in Vienna. Ceiling panels may be raised and lowered, changing the sound profile to suit any type of music. Until the end of the month, this extension is available for $65 instead of $79.

Also, VSL has extended its educational discount offer until October 15, 2015. Until then, students and teachers of all educational institutions receive 30% off all Vienna Sample Libraries, and 25% off all Vienna Software products. Unfortunately, the offer excludes the two new aforementioned libraries as well as ViennaKey, Vienna Hard Drive, USB Sticks and Vienna Vouchers. More information on the offer here.

More to be found at Vienna Symphonic Library's website.

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