Vienna Symphonic Library MIR RoomPack 1 - Vienna Konzerthaus

Vienna Symphonic Library MIR RoomPack 1 - Vienna Konzerthaus

Vienna Symphonic Library MIR RoomPack 1 - Vienna Konzerthaus


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  • IRs for Vienna MIR PRO/MIR PRO 24
  • 11,000 Impulse Responses (IR)
  • Featuring 4 Halls and the Grand Foyer
  • 4 Microphone Positions

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The Vienna MIR RoomPack 1 - Vienna Konzerthaus 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 11,000 impulse responses from four halls and the grand foyer of the Vienna Konzerthaus.

Thanks to the careful and responsible treatment of its architectural heritage, it is today regarded as one of the most modern concert houses in the world while remaining true to its historical roots. All the five spaces are presented from four typical microphone positions with several having the ability to move the microphone positions at will.

Great Hall (Grosser Saal)
  • The Great Hall with its famous Rieger Organ covers a total area of 9,900 square feet (920 m²) and can accommodate an audience of 1,865 people
  • Internationally famous as one of the best concert halls in the world, offering a perfect venue for performing a wide variety of musical genres
  • Presented from four typical microphone positions
  • Apart from the stage itself, it is possible to place any instruments in the organ gallery, the so-called "Angels' Choir" (about 55 ft/17 m above the stage), the two proscenium loges and three selected zones in the balcony
Mozart Hall (Mozartsaal)
  • Considered to be the best chamber music hall in the world by artists and music lovers alike
  • Its 1,130 square feet (105 m²) stage and the auditorium of 3,552 square feet (330 m²), with a capacity of 700 people, offer a perfect setting for all types of chamber music, from lute and song recitals to string quartets and chamber orchestras
  • Its unique acoustics make it a favorite of leading ensembles and soloists, as well as a popular venue for recordings
  • Four typical microphone positions of this room are available
Schubert Hall (Schubertsaal)
  • With its 3,120 square feet (290 m²) and 366 seats, the Schubertsaal is the smallest of the Vienna Konzerthaus' "classical" halls
  • It has a festive character making it the perfect model of a music salon, and is mainly used for chamber music, solo concerts, receptions, dinners and lectures
  • Four typical microphone positions of this room are available
New Hall (Neuer Saal)
  • This 3,660 square feet (340 m²) concert hall (also known as Berio Hall, named after Italian composer Luciano Berio) was built in the basement during the building's major renovation from 1998 to 2001, and has a special focus on contemporary music
  • The sound stage features flexible podiums with movable acoustic modules, modern electro-acoustic and lighting equipment, as well as a dedicated control room that facilitates state-of-the-art recording. Four microphone positions of this room are available
  • In addition to the conventional stage positions, selected zones at the auditorium's sides and rear are available for instrument placement
Foyer and Grand Staircase (Foyer und Hauptstiege)
  • Although the Foyer wasn't originally intended as a concert space, its magnificent acoustics with six seconds of reverb are frequently used on special occasions, like the opening ceremonies of festivals or traditional society events
  • The space is presented from four typical microphone positions
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