Sometimes referred to as Mind Massage, ASMR uses a palette of binaural sounds – such as tapping, scratching, and whispering – to generate an enjoyable sensation of tingling and goosebumps, which is commonly considered to be very relaxing. Compared to the short chill effect which can be experienced through music, ASMR can induce a long-lasting pleasant sensation – which probably explains why it is currently being used by millions of people. The immersive soundscapes in SonicTonic have been created using a combination of special binaural surround microphones and custom 3D spatial audio software.
To get a better idea of what ASMR is all about, we have prepared a short quiz. It is a great chance to experience one of the remarkable techniques used in SonicTonic. If you like it, which we are sure you will! – use the coupon code below to experience a full-length ASMR in SonicTonic!
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SonicTonic is a self-management app that uses Receptive Sound Therapy for influencing thoughts and feelings to bring about positive changes in mood, attitude, and actions. Its science-based design helps to reduce stress, improve sleep, aid relaxation, boost concentration, and even increase boost concentration and learning capabilities. It also addresses a number of other issues, such as anxiety, burnout, depression, and phobias.
Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) has been widely reported to relieve insomnia, anxiety, or panic attacks, despite the image that some may have of erotic whispering and virtual shampoo sessions.
Sometimes referred to as Mind Massage, ASMR uses a palette of binaural sonic-triggers – such as tapping, scratching, and whispering – to generate a sensation of tingling or goosebumps, which is commonly considered to be relaxing. As opposed to the short chill which can be experienced through music, ASMR can induce a long-lasting pleasant sensation – which probably explains why it is used by millions of people. SonicTonic uses custom 3D audio software for creating its immersive soundscapes, as well as a special stereo microphone with a head and ears 😉
To get a better idea of what ASMR is all about, here is a collection of the best ASMR videos on the web – compiled by our friends at Nestmaven.
”A lot people say ASMR helped them sleep”, says Laura “After 10 minutes of watching to ASMR videos she feels her anxiety symptoms fading.
Frances McGlone, professor of neuroscience wonders why such a “mechanism which produces such a distinctive physical reaction from such a diverse range of stimuli” has not yet been researched.