Jeepy ASMR interview:
- When was the first time you experienced ASMR?
- When was the first time you watched ASMR on Youtube?
- What's your favorite unintentional ASMR video?
- Name the last five ASMRtists that you watched.
- What is your favorite ASMR trigger to listen to?
- What is your least favorite trigger to listen to? (Do it....!)
- Do you use ASMR to relax or fall asleep?
- What is your bedtime routine?
- What is your favorite trigger to do? (Do it!)
- What is your least favorite trigger to do? (Do this too!)
- How long does it take you to make a video?
- Have you ever gotten tingles from your own videos?
- Do you watch your own videos?
- What software do you use to edit?
- What time of the day do you film?
- What is your favorite video that you've made?
- Have one of your videos had an unexpected negative fan reaction?
- What videos of yours, do you think, didn't get the love it deserved?
- What's something the audience doesn't know about the behind the scenes of your channel?
- What's the most absurd request you received from a fan?
- Do your family and friends know you make ASMR videos?
- Have you ever been recognized in public?
- What inspires your video ideas?
- Where do you find yourself spending the most time online?
- What advice would you give someone who wanted to make their own ASMR content
Wed, Fri and Sun (I try to at least) :D
❀WHAT is ASMR?
Firstly it stands for Autonomous sensory meridian response.
''What on earth does that even mean?!''
Err, you can ask Wikipedia for the answer to that...BUT I can tell you what it does to the body, although sadly not everyone experiences it. I say sadly because it is a NICE sensation, so if you get it, just enjoy it!
Basically it's a tingling sensation ranging anywhere from the scalp (where I get it) to down the back, though suppose you could get this feeling anywhere!
❀''This is some sexual fetish though, surely?''
NO. The majority of ASMR lovers don't watch these videos to get sexual pleasure from it. But let's face it, there are a large number that do. Us creators aren't clueless about this, I'm sure we just prefer not to think about it. While others take advantage of that.
❀So that brings me to the most COMMON question of people who don't understand ASMR:
''Why are you whispering/speaking so softly?''
Cause it's relaxing, duh :D
There are so many things that can trigger ASMR, what one person may find tingly, another may find extremely annoying.
Mouth sounds are a great example of this (slapping, chewing, crunching etc). You either love it or hate it.
Crinkling paper or a plastic bag, or anything else that crinkles!
Tapping wood, plastic, card...again pretty much anything that taps.
Stroking stuff or rubbing sounds (Q tips along a mic for example)
❀Or visual stimuli:
In real life I have experienced this through watching people clean (like dusting, polishing windows etc). The repetitive motion of the hands I suppose it is.
So hand movements, finger fluttering.
The sound and the movement of someone stroking the pages of a book as they turn.
There are so so many, I couldn't possibly name them all without boring you to tears.
So if you don't get ASMR, that's fine. But let the few of us that do enjoy it :D