The Vienna Symphonic Library has released MIRx Pernegg Monastery, an optional reverb mixing extension for their proprietary sample players Vienna Instruments and Vienna Instruments Pro.
MIRx is based on the company's MIR (Multi Impulse Response) technology. MIRx products are a convenient and affordable way to integrate the acoustics of renowned concert halls, sound stages and churches directly into the Vienna's proprietary sample payers.
MIRx Pernegg Monastery features spatial models of the historic monastery church of Pernegg, a small village situated in the north of the "Waldviertel" region (Forest Quarter) of Lower Austria, near the Czech border. Its well-fortified "Saint Andrew" church was built between 1500 and 1520, as excavations and the uncovering of frescos proved during the building's first restoration in the 1960s, after being heavily damaged in the last months of World War II. Its five-sided choir apse and nave are unencumbered by pillars and contribute to the extraordinary acoustics of this architectural rarity.
MIRx Pernegg Monastery comes with over 400 individually handcrafted and pre-EQ'd presets for all available Vienna Instruments and ensembles that can be placed at their appropriate positions around the altar and on the choir gallery in the back of the nave.
MIRx Pernegg Monastery is available at a reduced introductory price of $59, a 34% discount compared to its regular price.