VIENNA MIR 3D ROOMPACK 5
Vienna Symphonic Orchestra

VIENNA MIR 3D ROOMPACK 5

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MIR 3D RoomPack 5 – Pernegg Monastery

MIR 3D RoomPack 5 contains impulse recordings of the historic monastery church in Pernegg, a small town in northern Lower Austria, the so-called "Waldviertel", near the border with the Czech Republic. The history of the monastery, originally inhabited by nuns of the Premonstratensian order, dates back to the second half of the 12th century. The Collegiate Church of St. Andrew was built between 1500 and 1520 at the center of this complex, as evidenced by excavations and the uncovering of frescoes during the first major restoration in the 1960s (the church was heavily used in the last months of the 2nd century). . Heavily damaged during World War II). Michael Prackh's organ was installed in 1654 and is still in use today.

The open form of this late Gothic monastery church is rarely found in this latitude. The 5/8 choir ending and the nave, which has no supporting pillars, are decisive for the extraordinary acoustics of this architectural rarity. The secluded location and the balanced, clearly defined, but never intrusive acoustics also make the church an ideal venue for musical performances and recordings. Since there is also no disturbing ambient noise, many artists are happy to undertake the sometimes arduous journey through the dark forests of this border region. For example, the British label Hyperion released a whole series of recordings from the Pernegg monastery church with the vocal ensemble Cinquecento.

For Vienna MIR Pro 3D, this sacred space was recorded from four different microphone positions: Microphone 1 was set up in the middle of the altar, microphone 2 in front of the altar, microphone 3 in the middle of the nave, and microphone 4 at a height of around 6 meters the rear organ gallery. Use the venue maps to see which possible "stages" result from this. Also worth mentioning are the two balconies in the nave. The choir stall is on the lower balcony and the organ on the upper one. Both balconies were captured for use in Vienna MIR Pro 3D. The two additional HotSpots in the cloisters to the left and right of the choir provide further options for placing instruments.

A total of almost 5,000 impulse responses are available to reproduce the building's acoustics as authentically as possible. The average length of the impulse response is about 6 seconds, the average reverberation time is 3.8 seconds.

SYSTEM REQUIREMENT

For smaller projects (e.g. for Vienna Special Edition users):

Mac:

  • macOS 10.13 or later
  • 64 bit
  • Intel i7 Quad or higher
  • RAM: 12GB

Windows:

  • Windows 8.1/10
  • 64 bit
  • Intel i7 Quad or higher
  • RAM: 12GB

For big projects :

Mac:

  • macOS 10.13 or later
  • 64 bit
  • Mac Pro 8-Core Xeon 5520 "Gainstown" or higher
  • RAM: 24GB

Windows:

  • Windows 10/11
  • 64 bit
  • Intel Quad Xeon 5520 or higher
  • RAM: 24GB

This product requires activation!

This can either be done on your computer (without additional hardware) or alternatively on an iLok USB dongle that can be purchased separately . The iLok USB dongle can be plugged into any computer in order to use the protected software on several computers. Your licenses can be managed as you like using the iLok License Manager and protected against loss or theft by additional insurance ( Zero Downtime with TLC ).

To activate the product you need an internet connection on any computer and a free user account on www.ilok.com . Use the Vienna Assistant to download and install your software products and sample libraries authorized via iLok  .

Please check with the software manufacturer which iLok version is required as a minimum if you want to use a hardware iLok!