We wrote about our latest microphone acquisition, the Binaural Enthusiast Microphone and how we tried it out on one of our podcasts, but until recently, we hadn’t really put it through it’s paces to see what it is truly capable of. So yesterday, I plugged it all in and tried it out with some of the ASMR […]
ASMRHQ 45: ASMR Binaural Microphone Test
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In this ASMR podcast, we test our latest microphone. This one is the Binaural Enthusiast dummy head microphone which is made by a fellow ASMR artist by the name of Pawel. His ASMR channel is Deep Oceans of Sounds so check him out. Links mentioned in this podcast: Deep Oceans of Sounds Binaural Enthusiast website […]
We’ve Just Ordered a Binaural Enthusiast Dummy Head Microphone
I think I have an addiction to microphones because we’ve just ordered another one. My excuse is that I just want to keep improving the sounds we record for ASMR which is definitely true, but really another microphone?? This time it’s the Binaural Enthusiast Dummy Head Microphone. I found this microphone by searching the net […]
Binaural ASMR: Massaging and Tapping Your Brain
Since I had the Soundman binaural microphone out I thought I would record another one. This is a massaging your brain video and has been quite popular on YouTube. There’s also a bit of tapping in this but I think next time I will just do a ASMR massage only video.
ASMR Binaural Microphone Test – Mixed Sounds
Thought I would take out the Soundman Binaural Microphone again and give it a test. I haven’t used it in a while mostly because I have been using the 3Dio mic. The Soundman is awesome but for creating ASMR it’s main problem is the amount of self-noise it generates. You can really hear the white […]
ASMR Microphone Test: Softly Spoken with Tapping Sounds
It’s been a while since we last posted a YouTube ASMR video, so I decided to start back with a microphone test using the 3Dio Freespace Pro binaural microphone. In this video, I talk with a softly spoken voice and most make tapping sounds.