The same dynamic duo that created the websites ASMR HQ and ASMR Academy.
As well as tons of spectacular ASMR videos.
I really like these two women. They embody the true kindred and sharing spirit of the ASMR community.
All of their websites and their podcast have a huge amount of helpful content to ASMR artists and others.
I’ll probably write more posts about their websites in the future, but for now let me tell you more details about their podcast.
They started the ASMR HQ podcast in 2013 and have released an average of one episode per month in 2014 so far.
Their ASMR HQ podcast covers almost every topic relevant to ASMR. Throughout their episodes they:
- test microphones
- create ASMR sounds
- report on ASMR news
- talk about equipment for recording ASMR sounds and voices
- talk about their favorite ASMR artists and videos
- chat and collaborate with other ASMR artists
The beauty of any podcast is that you can listen while doing other stuff. I listen to podcasts while driving, buying groceries, riding a stationary cycle, mowing the lawn, and doing the dishes.
My wife calls me a “noise cloud” because I usually have a podcast playing out of my smartphone speakers as I putz around the house.
But make sure that you don’t operate any heavy machinery when Paula and Wanda produce ASMR triggers on their podcast. There are times when being too relaxed could result in loss of limb or worse.
Overall, the ASMR HQ podcast is truly impressive. I would love to see them release more frequent episodes but I know that they are busy making so many other contributions to the ASMR community.
And I do not want Paula and Wanda to burn out. No way. Keep that ASMR flame lit and burning bright.HERE to subscribe to the ASMR HQ podcast.
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