ASMR Ear brushing and more (binaural)

Ho ho ho,

Santa Claus visited me yesterday and asked for a favor. He told me that he saw my last video in which allegedly I created something that in his opinion was a very decent imitation of Donald Trump’s hair.

”I am telling you! It looks exactly like his hair! I really need to have it buddy, please help me. His children, grandchildren and many other family members have been sending me letters for many years asking for a wig that would be able to improve effectively Mr. Trump’s hair density. I’ve been putting it off for a long time, but now he is the president, and it would be bad manners to ignore him. ” – Santa explained, desperately waving his arms.

” Dear Santa, please give me a minute ” I said, and a few minutes later I was back with a big chunk of yellow yarn used in my last video.

Sata looked at me over his glasses and said to me: ”I’m afraid it is not enough … ”

So, again I went to my attic, grabbed a whole pile of yellow yarn and brought it to Santa. This time he seemed to be happy and fully satisfied.

”What can I do for you in return? ” -he asked

”I’m good, I’m glad that I could help ” – I responded

Then he came closer and whispered in my ear: ” The next time when you will be editing your ASMR videos, don’t be afraid to increase the lower frequencies while reducing highest, you will like it I’m telling you ”

So, I did according to Santa’s advice. There seems to be something special in lower frequencies that our brains really like. Not only I boosted the lower frequencies but also decided to cut off the highest, so it may sound a little bit muddy, but in my opinion still nice. I’m completely aware that most likely due to such modification I partly ruined the binaural effect, but sometimes you simply have to come to a compromise.

Please let me know if you can hear the difference in comparison to my other videos featuring the BE dummy head microphone.

Please don’t forget to hit that thumbs up button if you enjoyed the video. Thanks.

My equipment:

Mic 1:

Mic 2:

Pair of mics 3:

XLR cables:

Audio Interface:

Laptop with passive cooling for sound recording:

Recorder 1:

Recorder 2:

Camera 1:

Camera 2:

Lens 1:

Lens 2:


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