Here are the results of the last voting:
1. Your head in mineral water (170)
2. Wooden blocks (104) will be uploaded within a few days
3. Finger snapping (51)
4. Scratching a glass bottle (27)
5. Squeky sound of cleaning glass (17)
I'm not entirely sure whether this video will be effective enough to trigger an asmr sensation. What is certain though, is that it was definitely one of the most challenging recordings I've made so far. It is not only because I was worried about my mics, but also due to the fact that it turned out to be very loud, and I found it difficult to process it properly.
As for me it's rather more refreshing rather than relaxing sound, but who knows. There are so many people with different preferences, that it's is likely someone will use it even for relaxation purposes.
Because it's Christmas time I decided to make a 40% discount code for all of my audio tracks, and albums available on bandcamp. Code name: soundwave
It expires on Dec 31, 2014
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 equipement 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:
1. ROLAND CS-10EM:
2. SOUND PROFESSIONALS:
Condenser cardioid mics:
1. RODE NT1:
1. ASUS TRANSFORMER BOOK:
2. ASUS ASPIRE SWITCH:
i want to learn this kind of shape! teach me.
let me take a nap... great idea, anyway.
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