Starting Your Own ASMR Channel (Soft Spoken)

Hey everyone!! So this video stems from the many message I get from prospective ASMRtists — people who are looking to start their own channel but want some tips and explanations!

Hopefully some of these topics will help you out, and you’ll be running your own channel in no time 🙂 Let me know if there’s any topics I didn’t cover, and I will be happy to cover them in the comments, or make a sequel video!!!

Table of Contents:

1:40 Getting Started
2:00 Pick a Name
2:50 Setting up Security
4:22 Make a Video
4:48 Lighting
6:08 Mini Green Screen Tip
6:25 Camera
7:30 SD Card
8:38 Viewfinders in Cameras
10:01 Make Sure You’re Recording!!!!!!
11:13 Extra Camera Battery!
12:21 Tripod
13:25 External Hard Drive
14:55 Post Production / Editing
16:05 Microphones (Blue Yeti)
18:15 Rode Extendable Boom Arm / Mic Accessories
19:04 Flipping Audio Channels (Must do!)
20:23 Why do ASMRtists wear headphones?
21:20 Tip for quicker editing / better quality control
23:14 Recording room tone
24:16 Exporting
24:38 Upload your video!!!!
25:01 Genuine Over Clickbait
26:04 People can see your tags!
26:32 Biggest Advice: Make Videos YOU Want to See
27:24 Recognizing Your Strengths and Limitations
28:02 Be Yourself, You’ll Get The Best Audience
29:32 Sharing Your Videos
30:34 Trolls!!! In the Dungeon!!!!
32:07 Using the Description Box
33:00 Pacing & Timing of Video Release (Make a Schedule)
34:15 Finding Balance
36:26 Overloading yourself

Products I mention/use:

Headphones (Bose On Ear Bluetooth):
Canon Rebel T4i:
SD Card:
Extra Battery:
Hard Drive (1TB):
Softboxes & Backdrop Combo:
Clamps for Backdrop (very necessary!!):
Blue Yeti Microphone:
Rode Boom Arm:
Blue Yeti Mic Cover:
Blue Yeti Shock Mount:

Art Credit to my Twitter pal @IBGNCHaMa for my end screen!

UPDATE: No video on Saturday unfortunately!!! I’m waiting for a few things on my end before I can publish it, but as soon as it’s ready, I will post :))) Thank you for being patient!

(Seeking Therapy or Counseling? Try online.)
Side note, I find that I get a lot of comments and messages about using ASMR for anxiety, depression, and more. I can totally relate with that, and ASMR is an awesome outlet for those things. However, if you’re interested, here is a link to a website with real, professional & licensed counselors. You can type to them, or call them! It’s actually a really cool service and I use it personally. It costs as low as $35 a month, and you don’t have to leave your house to use it. 🙂

Here you go!:

I also donate regularly to The Brain and Behavior Research Foundation. I highly recommend it! They give grants to scientists who do studies to better understand and treat mental illnesses.

The last ASMR video to help me sleep:

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