This option was desirable almost as much as the winner, so here it is. The pure sound of writing on a hard surface.
I used three kinds of pens, each of which seemed to sound different. The first one is a fountain pen which makes very nice scratchy sound. The second and third are just ordinary pens sounding a little bit softer. Personally I really like the last one, mostly because of the clicking noise it makes. In some parts, the audio track was enriched by adding some extra, barely audible layers.
New album ''FLOATING DANDELIONS'' is already available on bandcamp!
Includes 8 brand new tracks never uploaded on youtube.
1. Your head in mineral water ()
2. Ear cleaning 2 ()
3. Ear cupping 2 ()
4. Crinkle sounds ()
5. Spray bottle ()
6. Tapping ()
7. Intense scratching ()
8. Brushing your hair ()
In total, this over 4.5 hours of listening. Check it out.
Photo is public domain:
Through the last few years I've been getting quite a lot of messages from people who wanted to start their own asmr channel but were not completely sure what equipment they should choose to make a video in which the sound would be noticeably good.
So I decided to create a list of the most important devices you need in order to start making good sounding asmr videos:
Recommended low-end audio recorders:
1. ZOOM H1:
Recorders with XLR inputs and low EIN noise:
1. OLYMPUS LS-100:
2. ROLAND R-26:
TASCAM UH 7000:
Microphones with 3.5 mm audio jack:
2. ROLAND CS-10EM:
Condenser cardioid mics:
1. RODE NT1:
1. ASUS TRANSFORMER BOOK:
2. ASUS ASPIRE SWITCH:
excellent design dude
blue. mmh wondering if this comment will hit the generateor as well...
waste of my life.
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