The Vienna Konzerthaus is one of the world’s most acclaimed concert buildings, offering perfect venues for a wide variety of musical styles. The Great Hall (Grosser Saal) with its famous Rieger Organ covers a total area of 9,900 square feet and can accommodate an audience of 1,865 people. The Great Hall of the Vienna Konzerthaus provides a ravishing acoustic ambience, especially for large symphonic and choral works.
The Vienna Konzerthaus is one of the world’s most acclaimed concert buildings, offering perfect venues for a wide variety of musical styles. The Mozart Hall (Mozartsaal) is considered to be the best chamber music hall in the world by artists and music lovers alike. Its 1,130 square feet stage and the auditorium of 3,552 square feet, with a capacity of 700 people, provide a perfect setting for all types of chamber music, from lute and song recitals to string quartets and chamber orchestras.
The famed Teldex Scoring Stage in Berlin was originally built as a ballroom in the 1890s. Since the 1950s the 4,900 square feet hall has been in use for recording purposes. Today it is one of the largest private recording studios to achieve international standards. Over the last decades, renowned orchestras, choirs, conductors and soloists from all over the world have recorded here.
The Sage Gateshead is UK’s landmark building in the northeast of England boasting world-class acoustics. The large Hall One features a spectacular wood-paneled auditorium with a seating capacity of up to 1,640. Designed to the highest international standards, it was intended as an acoustically perfect space, loosely modeled on the renowned Musikverein in Vienna. Ceiling panels may be raised and lowered, changing the sound profile to suit any type of music.
MIRx Pernegg Monastery features spatial models of the 16th century 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 five-sided choir apse and nave that is unencumbered by pillars contribute to the extraordinary acoustics of this architectural rarity, enveloping your instruments in a vast 3.8 seconds of magnificent ambience.
MIRx is a convolution reverb extension for Vienna Instruments Pro based on Vienna’s revolutionary MIR (Multi Impulse Response) technology. It is a convenient and affordable way to integrate the stunning acoustics of renowned concert halls and sound stages directly into Vienna Instruments Pro. The MIRx Bundle includes the 5 MIRx products at a discounted bundle price.