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The INSP:IR Impulse Library (IIL) Vienna Edition is a special edition of the multi-positional reverb sample library by Inspired Acoustics. It is designed to work with Vienna Suite’s Convolution Reverb, providing multiple stereo and true stereo impulse responses from 10 renowned halls, some of them actually part of World Heritage, which allows you to virtually place your sound recordings or virtual instruments inside these acoustic spaces. The multiple measurement positions offer you a choice of where to set your source and listener positions within a given room which gives you unique flexibility.
The provided impulse responses have a full 24-bit (over 140 dB) dynamic range at all frequencies providing you rich and long reverberations. If you are looking for a natural and beautifully sounding reverberation library, this is it.

Please listen to the demos which will show some exerpts from the huge amount if IRs of the INSP:IR Library for the Convolution Reverb of the SUITE EFFECTS.

All of the following examples are mixed in the same way.
I always produced 3 depths with IRs of the corresponding Room:

  • a close depth (voice)
  • mid depth (strings, pizz)
  • "far away" depth (organ)

Often, it was possible to use typical IRs for close, mid and far.
When you register at you can download a document about INSP:IR.
It contains explainings of the abbreviations and more information about all the recorded IRs/rooms.
Within the SUITE Convolution you will get some information about the settings as well.
(See image on the right)

With the very first demo here you can listen to the dry version:

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Have fun
Beat Kaufmann

Esztergom Basilica – the largest cathedral in Hungary.
bk_insp_ir_esztergom.mp3 [1’768 KB]

- 10 IRs
- 2 TrueStereo IRs included

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Notre Dame of Buda – acoustics of Budapest's number one touristic attraction World Heritage Matthias Church (before its renovation).
bk_insp_ir_matthias.mp3 [1’768 KB]

- 12 IRs
- 2 TrueStereo IRs included

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Vác Cathedral – a large cathedral at the city of Vác with rich acoustics.
bk_insp_ir_vac.mp3 [1’768 KB]

- 10 IRs
- 2 TrueStereo IRs included

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Szeged Cathedral – a cathedral in southern Hungary with an unbelievably clear yet long reverberation acoustics.
bk_insp_ir_szeged.mp3 [1’768 KB]

- 12 IRs
- 2 TrueStereo IRs included

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Notre Dame of Kispest – a church famous for its magnificent acoustics and pipe organ.
bk_insp_ir_kispest.mp3 [1’768 KB]

- 20 IRs
- 4 TrueStereo IRs included

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Béla Bartók National Concert Hall – the renowned concert hall with variable acoustics.
bk_insp_ir_bartok.mp3 [1’768 KB]

- 44 IRs
- 12 TrueStereo IRs included

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Liszt Academy – Great Hall – the famous concert hall (before its renovation).
bk_insp_ir_list_greathall.mp3 [1’768 KB]

- 84 IRs
- 24 TrueStereo IRs included

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Liszt Academy – Dome Hall – a practice and teaching hall for students of the renowned academy.
bk_insp_ir_list_dome_hall.mp3 [1’768 KB]

- 16 IRs
- 4 TrueStereo IRs included

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Fertőrákos Cave Theater – a cave theater near the Austro-Hungarian border, part of the UNESCO World Heritage.
bk_insp_ir_stonequary.mp3 [1’768 KB]

- 10 IRs
- 2 TrueStereo IRs included

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Studio 22 of the Hungarian Radio – most likely you already heard this room on numerous movie soundtracks.
bk_insp_ir_studio22.mp3 [1’768 KB]

- 12 IRs
- 2 TrueStereo IRs included

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Please watch the IRs here by clicking on an image below:
(as download: [293 KB] )