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Vienna Symphonic Library MIR RoomPack 5 - Pernegg Monastery
Vienna Symphonic Library
MIR RoomPack 5 - Pernegg Monastery
B&H # VIVSLR05
MFR # VSLR05
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The Vienna MIR RoomPack 5 - Pernegg Monastery from Vienna Symphonic Library is a collection of impulse responses for use with the company's Vienna MIR PRO and MIR 24 convolution reverb products. The pack features close to 5,000 impulse responses from the historic monastery church of Pernegg, a small village situated in the north of the "Waldviertel" region of Lower Austria.
The open-form type of this late gothic pilaster church is rarely found in this part of Europe. Situated in a deep forest, the absence of surrounding noise is a rare feature, and the five-sided choir apse and the nave that is unencumbered by pillars contribute to its acoustics. The very balanced, clearly defined, but never overbearing acoustics make it an ideal environment for musical performances and recordings.
There are two balconies in this nave, the lower one with the choir stalls and the upper one housing the organ. Both are provided in Vienna MIR PRO. Instrument placing possibilities are expanded by two additional HotSpots in the cloisters on the left and right sides of the choir. The average length of the impulse responses is about 6 seconds, with the average reverb time about 3.8 seconds.
The acoustics of this church were captured from four different microphone positions:
Microphone 1: Near the center of the altar
Microphone 2: In front of the altar
Microphone 3: In the middle of the nave
Microphone 4: Very near the choir gallery in the back of the nave, at a height of approximately twenty feet (six meters)
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