From AudioStim Files

CockHero (CH) AudioStim File Library


I hope you’ve been spending some of these long nights getting wired up and stimming. If you’re like me, you find yourself searching the internet for something new to get things started.

A few weeks ago, I stumbled on a library of CockHero Audio Files that work perfectly with the ErosTek ET312B in Audio 3 mode. Imagine a session lasting 30 minutes or so, with gaps of silence that give you a chance to rest up and wonder when the next set of pulses are coming.

Anticipation is SO arousing.

Just writing about it gets me going 🙂

I wired myself up using my tried-and-true favorites: an ECup with Neoprene Jock over my balls paired up with a CockCap XL over the head of my cock and a bipolar Moaner bipolar plug in my butt. I used SpectraGel inside the CockCap and ECup to enhance the conductivity and a liberal amount of Gun Oil H2O lube on the plug and while prepping my butt.

I downloaded a bunch of these mp3 files to my laptop and connected the headphone jack to my ET312B via the Audio jack and entered Audio 3 mode. Adjusting MA to 12 o’clock set the levels to the right spot and in a few minutes I was off to discover how arousing periods of silence (and no stim) can be. Almost every file I tried had me hanging by a thread near the end.

These are potent little files. And they are FREE — as long as you download them one at a time.

I want to thank “Douglas Mcarthur” for sharing this library and I suggest you get ’em while they last!

CockHero Audio Files


Stimming on Soundcloud

Woke up this morning, made some coffee and felt the urge to STIM

Checked out some new tracks from a few artists I’m following on Soundcloud.

Landed on a new track that begged to be jacked into my ET312B in place of the Phaser routines I’d been stimming to recently. Grabbed a stereo Y-adapter and connected my gaming headphones so that I could listen and STIM at that same time.

The settings I used were the same I use for most AudioStim sessions:

  • Mode = Audio 3
  • MultiAdjust (MA) at 12 o’clock or mid-point.

I wired myself up in the usual way:

  • ECup + CockCap on Channel A
  • Bipolar plug (MJ this time) on Channel B

This track is long enough and has the right amount of modulation to deliver a strong HFO near the end. And it sounds great through the headphones too.

The segue around 41:43 is impressive. I can still feel some lingering effects of that earlier STIM session as I listen to the track again while writing this post 😉

So find some quiet time, get wired up and FEEL THE BEAT. Enjoy!


Introducing AudioStim for the ET312

Here’s a fresh new “AudioStim” file made for use with the ErosTek ET312B power unit.

  • Download the file. Option-click one of the choices below to save to your computer.
  • Import into iTunes or other music library software.
  • Transfer to portable music player or other device.
  • Patch sound output to the ET312 Audio jack using the supplied audio cable – stereo 3.5mm plug on both ends.
  • Select “Audio 2” or “Audio 3”
  • Set MA (MultiAdjust) control to 12 o’clock position – adjust as needed to match sound player output.
  • Select looped playback on music player for best results.

Pounder 133 Apple Lossless (15 MB)
Pounder 133 mp4 (5 MB)

I made this track using Native Instruments Maschine controller and software on Mac OS X, using factory project “Pounder” and made some modifications: panning groups left and right to isolate channels, adjusted tempo, duplicated scenes, other tweaks. I really liked this and expect more to come soon. And I was wired up while editing the project – that’s how I know it works!

And check out the other articles related to AudioStim.

Comments are invited. Enjoy! –Eric

Stereo-Stim files worth trying

I’ve been very happy with the efforts of one SmartStim contributor lately. Very happy.

He goes by the name of “Mr. Terminator” on SmartStim and “naughtyelectrons” on and has produced some of the smoothest audio files made for the ET312B that I’ve stimmed with so far. I know that by saying this, I risk offending other erotic sound designers. It’s just that I haven’t tried every single file out there, but I have found a suite that I like very much. (Yes, my cock, balls and ass like them a lot too. 🙂


If you already have an ET312B and know how to feed audio from iTunes or some other mp3 player into it, here’s the link to his files:

naughtyelectron’s MP3 Stim Files

I especially like the Pulsinator Suite.

If you want to know more about using your stereo, computer, or iPod to make electrical waves you can shoot your load to, check out my post:  stereo-stimming-with-your-erostek-et312b