The Vienna Konzerthaus is one of the largest and most artistically progressive institutions in the world of music. Ever since its inauguration in 1913 it has been open to new artistic influences, while endeavoring to satisfy the demands of tradition. In its day, the Vienna Konzerthaus was one of the most modern buildings of the Danube Monarchy, setting new standards for construction technology and architecture with a rare combination of Historicism, Secessionism and Art Nouveau influences. 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.
Recording Studio Weiler — The recording studio in Weiler, formerly known as “Little America” of legendary producer Peter Wolf (Frank Zappa, Starship, Commodores, Santana, The Who, Earth, Wind & Fire, etc.), is a high-end recording facility in Austria designed by the renowned architects of studio bau:ton, Los Angeles. 5,300 impulse responses have been captured in two recording rooms.
Teldex Studio Berlin — Originally built in the 1890s as a ballroom, the famous Recording Hall has been in use for studio purposes since the 1950s.
ORF Funkhaus — RoomPack 2 offers three recording studios of the “ORF Funkhaus”, the public radio broadcasting building of the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF) in Vienna, built in the 1930s according to the plans of legendary architect Clemens Holzmeister.
Maria Strassengel — Founded in 1346, the pilgrimage church Maria Strassengel near Graz in Styria is one of Austria’s most important Late Gothic ecclesiastical buildings. The church's comparatively small main nave impresses one with its wonderful acoustics whose outstanding feature is a dense and strikingly brief reverb of about 3 seconds length.
Steinhofkirche — Built at the beginning of the 20th century in today’s Socio-medical Center at Baumgartner Höhe, the church is one of Vienna’s famous Jugendstil (Art Nouveau) landmarks. It sits in the so-called “White City” that is comprised of 61 buildings and was, in its day, the largest and most modern psychiatric institution of its kind.
The Sage Gateshead is the UK’s landmark building in the northeast of England that boasts outstanding acoustics. The eye-popping curved glass construction, with its shell-like stainless steel roof that appears to wrap itself around the buildings beneath, opened in 2004 as a center for musical education, performance and conferences. It contains three venues that have been constructed as isolated buildings in order to prevent transmission of noise and vibration. A special “spongy” concrete mix was used in the construction, with a higher-than-usual air capacity to improve the acoustics.
Pernegg is a small village situated in the north of the “Waldviertel” region (Forest Quarter) of Lower Austria, near the Czech border. The history of Pernegg’s monastery dates back to the second half of the 12th century when Premonstratensian nuns resided there. Its well-fortified “Saint Andrew” church was built between 1500 and 1520 at the center of this complex, 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). The organ by Michael Prackh was installed in 1654 and is still in use today.
RoomPack 6 brings the exceptional acoustics of Vienna Symphonic Library’s unique recording hall to your studio. One year after its official opening, Synchron Stage Vienna is already considered one of the best scoring stages in the world, housed in a massive building that was built in the 1940s, with a capacity for up to 130 musicians. MIR RoomPack 6 will transform your mixes by dropping your instruments into the astounding, cinematic acoustics of this impeccably designed room.
The Vienna MIR RoomPack Bundle includes 6 products at a discounted bundle price. You may choose your acoustic spaces according to your needs from various Vienna MIR RoomPacks with over 53,000 impulse responses of world renowned concert halls, legendary studios and recording facilities as well as exceptional churches.