Vienna Symphonic Library Vienna MIR

Vienna Symphonic Library has released version 1.1-1719 of Vienna MIR, a software solution incorporating a complete reverberation and mixing stage.

Conduct your music. Conduct your mix. Vienna MIR is the first ever whole-space mixing solution that puts real-world depth and dimension into the palm of your hand. After several years of research and development, our groundbreaking mixing and reverberation host, based on Multi-Impulse Response convolution, renders space as the unifying presence that merges every single instrument into one authentic sound experience.

Changes in Vienna MIR to v1.1-1719

  • Group Editor: set focus to group of currently selected instrument.
  • Add Instrument dialog: the dialog suggests a General Purpose instrument type when using 3rdparty VSTis.
  • Additional instrument type for “Vienna Choir”.
  • Huge update of MIR project handling code and underlying libraries to fix random crashes.
  • Added error message for users trying to load a not-existing project from recent-projects list.
  • Additional error message to inform users about possibly missing .vmi-files when a project cannot be loaded.
  • Group Editor: added missing update of group enumeration after removing a group.
  • Group Editor: fixed synchronization of group info after removing a group.
  • VST Plug-ins: loading presets for plug-ins without GUI failed.
  • Additional check to fix randomly frozen MIR icon meter.
  • Prevent crashes when an output format gets changed to a setup with too many channels.
  • Added a check to prevent multiple instances of MIR running at the same time.
  • Fixed VSTi window behavior, size of instrument window could not be changed (neither by the user nor the plugin, e.g., in Kontakt).
  • Fixed size of output meter labels (for values between -0 and -10, “-” was not visible).
  • Group editor showed old instrument entries after loading a new project.
  • Toggling the roomtone button caused unnecessary impulse response updates.
  • Additional checks to prevent denormalization problems with instruments sending very low output signals.

Vienna MIR is available as a standalone application PC (Vista/Windows 7 64-bit systems only), priced at 795 EUR.

More information: Vienna Symphonic Library