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(3D binaural sound) Asmr? Sounds of melting and cracking ice cubes

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The last voting: 1. Putting ice cubes in hot water (302) 2. Writing on hard surface (282) will be uploaded within 3 days 3. Walnuts (62) 4. Dryer (38) Hi everyone, It was definitely one of the most challenging sounds to make. When I came up with the idea of recording cracking ice cubes I didn't realise how hard it will be to bring it into being. Although my freezer was filled with ice cubes, none of them wanted to cooperate with me. I tried everything, from putting the ice cubes directly into boiling water, to changing their size. I have no idea what I was doing wrong. Fortunately I managed to extract some cracking sounds but not so many, and that's why there are much more sounds of rapidly melting ice. As for me the melting sound seems to be not so bad, maybe even better than the cracking itself. I don't really know whether it has any relaxing potential, but certainly it's interesting to listen to. I hope you like it. New album ''FLOATING DANDELIONS'' is already available on bandcamp! Includes 8 brand new tracks never uploaded on youtube. Soundtrack: 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 by jenny downing: Licensed under CC BY license: 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: 2.TASCAM DR-05 Recorders with XLR inputs and low EIN noise: 1. OLYMPUS LS-100: 2. ROLAND R-26: Audio interfaces: TASCAM UH 7000: PRESONUS AUDIOBOX: Microphones with 3.5 mm audio jack: 1. BE-P1 2. ROLAND CS-10EM: Condenser cardioid mics: 1. RODE NT1: Fanless laptops: 1. ASUS TRANSFORMER BOOK: 2. ASUS ASPIRE SWITCH:
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