- Files: 85
- Clips: 396
- Duration: 13m32s
- Size: ~311 MB unzipped
- Format: WAV
- Fidelity: 96k/24bit
- Channels: Mono
- Metadata: SoundMiner
Cloth Rip 1: Clothing is a collection of almost 400 cloth rip sound effects, using 7 different types of standard clothing and materials, recorded and edited with premium equipment, and delivered as 96k/24bit audio. As usual with Soundopolis SFX libraries, there is a plethora of variation, including fast, slow, short and long rips. There's not much more to say. It's pretty straight forward. Cloth being ripped. In HD. Boom!
- Boxer Briefs - 57/38% Cotton/Modal Blend (Hanes Comfort Flex)
- Boxer Shorts - 100% Cotton (Hanes)
- Denim Jeans - 100% Cotton (Arizona
- Socks - 61/34% Acrylic/Nylon Blend (Browning Adler Crew Socks)
- Socks - 97% Polyester (Hanes X-Temp Ankle Socks)
- T-shirt - 100% Cotton (Hanes nano-T)
- T-shirt - 90/10% Cotton/Polyester Blend (Hanes nano-T)
Fienup used a Schoeps CMC6U/MK4 microphone. He ran it through his Sound Devices 633 to make use of its great preamps and limiters, and then line-level into an AVID HD OMNI for recording in Pro Tools Ultimate. All files were edited in Pro Tools and iZotope Rx. If you're actually reading this, and interested in recording your own cloth rips, don't forget to wear a dust maks when tearing up textiles. Boogers with denim in them are pretty nasty... or so I've heard... ;)
Metadata was embedded using SounMiner Plus. Metadata includes: Artwork, Filename, Description, BWDescription, Keywords, Duration, Sample Rate/Bit Depth, Category, SubCategory, CatID, Designer, Library, Location, Manufacturer, and Microphone.
This collection uses the Universal Category System in both the file name and the CatID metadata. For more information about the UCS, please visit http://universalcategorysystem.com
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This collection provides some new and interesting sounds, as well as a ton of variations so your soundtrack never gets old! All Soundopolis tracks include metadata tags so they are easy to find using any search engine. Collections come in easily downloadable zip files.