Today I have another let's say experimental sound which you had chosen in the last voting. I've never seen this one to be used for asmr or relaxation purposes, so it's hard to say whether it might be enjoyable for somebody. Personally I didn't find it relaxing, but definitely there is something what I really like in this hissing noise of evaporating water.
I decided to make a short intro with the sound of fire, and an outro with the sound of rain.
I've created a bandcamp profile to be able to provide you access to HQ downloadable audio tracks in many different formats such as MP3, FLAC, ALAC (Apple Lossless), AAC, or Ogg Vorbis.
Now if you wish you can download your favorite soundtrack, and listen on your mobile phone or mp3 player whenever you want:
Photo by Raj:
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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:
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