Meet the Husky-Voiced Hunks of Audio Porn


“I only record audios where the idea is something that turns me on personally,” Naudio says. “I think listeners can tell if you aren’t into something or if it feels out of your comfort zone.”

Most are putting out new recordings at least once a week, which means they have to stay on top of what they’re creating with a content calendar. Creators try to space out the types of stories they’re creating so they aren’t releasing similar scenarios back to back to keep things fresh for repeat listeners. Warren’s recordings featuring guided masturbation or even just him moaning while getting himself off are some of his most popular works, but he wants to make sure he offers variation. (“I can’t make that many audios of me just moaning,” he points out, laughing.)

“The feedback I’ve gotten is that people will listen to it over and over for about a week or two straight, and then it’ll become stale to them—unless it’s one of those really, really special ones where someone goes back and will just replay it forever,” Warren says. “There’s different levels; there’s fans of mine who listen to my content every single day, maybe multiple times a day, and then there are those that might log on once a month.”

Doing audio porn successfully takes market research, and everyone I spoke to confessed to being very active in the DMs. They monitor the comments left on Quinn or across social platforms; Warren has taken content polls on Instagram, Brutus spends a few hours in the mornings responding to messages and Naudio even has an anonymous form set up where fans can leave requests.

In other words, those thirst comments fans leave aren’t just ego-boosting; they’re providing a virtual wellspring of ideas. “I let them know, ‘Let’s keep it cordial, thank you for your support,’ but at the same time, in the background, I’ve got my notepad out, and I’m just like, ‘Yes, step on my neck, brilliant, I can do that for you—but in audio form only,’” Yamez says.

“The connection is pretty dope,” Brutus says. “It motivates you to make good content and to offer good customer experience, but also humanizes you for them so they don’t just treat you like a sex object because you just treat them like a number.”

Before you get any ideas, though, none of them are using their inboxes as a personal online dating service. Being so available—especially for those who aren’t anonymous—can lead to some serious parasocial bonds from fans (mostly women, for this crew; Warren estimates his following is 80 or 90% female). And they can be a little too thirsty: “I do have to tread lightly with who I interact with and how I interact with them, because they do assume that they can come in there and chat back to you, and you’ll be all for it,” Yamez says. “I’m still a person at the end of the day, and I’m not just trying to get my rocks off or something.”

“If they are crossing the lines, I’m here to tell them, ‘Hey, don’t send that without consent,’” says Brutus. “‘Don’t tell me that. I’m not here for you to do this or that, or to talk to you that way—I’m still human.’”



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