General Ambience Series – Suburban 01
The GENERAL AMBIENCE SERIES: A modular approach to the ambitious project become one of the largest and most versatile ambience libraries on the marked. High quality, detail, versatility and diversity will set this library apart from other products. You can expect monthly releases of small ambience packs in the future to keep the quality standards high and constantly grow the library over time.
This Suburban Ambiences Sound Effects Library is part of the General Ambience Series by Systematic Sound. Suburban 01 features a great representation of typical everyday life sounds in the European Suburbs. You will hear things like dogs barking in the distance, birdsong in the parks and everything from a quiet street in a residential area to urban activities like football or tennis training. There will be some traffic noises present, but less that in urban areas. The portrayed suburban life is full with background activities like residents who mow their lawns on Saturday or blow away the leaves in autumn as well as children playing and screaming in the schoolyard.
Product Specs:Product Specs for General Ambience Series - Suburban 01 (Version 1.1)
|Product Specs:||General Ambience Series - Suburban 01 (Version 1.1)|
|Minutes of audio provided:||214 min|
|Sample Rate / Bit Rate:||96 kHz / 24 bit|
|Documentation: Metadata sheets are delivered in four different formats for your convenience:||- GAS_Suburban_01_V1.1.txt (tab-stopp separated text document to open and edit the metadata in an external programs like Excel or import as a new database into Soundminer or Basehead).
- GAS_Suburban_01_V1.1.xls, GAS_Suburban_01_V1.1.xlsx (Excel, Win & OSX).
- GAS_Suburban_01_V1.1.numbers (Numbers, OSX).
- GAS_Suburban_01_V1.1.csv (CSV UTF-8, for further compatibility).
|Additional Notes:||Your download package contains all audio files in lossless .wav-format and a docs-folder with the metadata sheets, a EULA and the readme file.
V1.1 Products are UCS compatible. All metadata and file naming has been changed regarding that standard. Filenames are build of CatID_FXname_VendorID_LibraryID.
If possible, all sounds are been sorted by the new CatID conventions. A VendorCatID is only used if further differentiation is required. The newly added UserCatID is an iXML-field, that can be used by each customer.
|Version History:||1.0 - Initial release.
1.1 - Added Universal Category System compatibility.