ASMR Dr Dmitri Ear Examination Role Play

ASMR Dr Dmitri Ear Examination Role Play – Ear Cleaning and Some Ear Massage to help you to recover. the keyboard used is a Corsair K70 with cherry red switches i purchased this keyboard sounds as it has been requested many times for mechanical keyboard sounds. I will be uploading a review/trigger video on just the keyboard, i will also combine a unboxing video of the keyboard.

Yes i completely forgot to put ear piece in for stethoscope…. thank you for noticing

For audio setup i used normal Rode NTG-3 in normal setup and tried to capture the shirt sounds with the rode NT1 on either side, it kind of worked.

Also the Dr Dmitri shirt suffered under my mold attack, i had to wash and bleach it for the first time in its life ! (i can tell you it really needed it) so it has been bleached and washed, no starch has ever been used on the shirt. Over time i think the sound will soften up and return to normal, it is very close to normal now.

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Dr Dmitri Wears Gunnar Glasses this would be close model

Canon C100 MkII
Canon 70D
Old Camera Panasonic HMC-152EN

Camera Lens
Canon EF-S 18-135mm STM Lens
Canon EF-S 18-55mm 2.8 IS Lens
Rokinon 35mm 1.5T Cine
Rokinon 85mm 1.5T Cine

Mic Preamp – Tascam Uh-7000 –
Old Recorder: Zoom H4N –

2 x Rode NTG-3 Microphone –
2 x Rode NT1
2 x Rode NT5 modified with

Microphone Cables – Neutrik Connectors with Mogami Cable –
Tama Microphone Stands –
Sandisk Extreme Pro 32GB SD Card

Manfrotto MVH500AH

Corsair K70 with cherry red switches

Purchase some of the prints in my videos

I am starting to create T-Shirt but my design skill is terrible

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ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response it is described as a pleasurable tingling sensation that can be felt most commonly in the back of the scalp and down the spine but not limited to these area’s.
I try to describe ASMR experience to people using something common like visiting a hairdresser, do you find the experience of someone focusing on you, the gentle touching of your hair, the sound of the scissors moving around you relaxing?
That would be a relaxing experience, watching ASMR video is like recreating that type of experience.
I believe most people can experience ASMR, to experience ASMR you need to find you trigger, common triggers will often be related to one person focusing on you or another person and watching this person focus or give them attention will trigger it.

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