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This is such a great way to practice.
Thank you very much for this!
I think I love you now (?)
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Thanks for this awesome tutorial!

Quick question though, do you have a map as difficult as Pink Turbo, but has a speed of Samurai? The gap between those two songs is a bit too much for me. Thanks
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Sure. I will add pretty soon some ranked Taiko-sets which you can pratice on!
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thanks! Also something that bugged me for a while is that you made a typo and said Fink turbo instead of Pink Turbo.
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Hey, thank you very much for making this. I am having a lot of trouble transitioning into the advanced section, I can play all the sample songs well enough, but Pink Turbo is extremely hard for me. Would you really consider this song 7 stars? Compared to the first 8 star song we play, Pink Turbo seems a lot harder.
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I remember starting using this back in February. I was terrible back then but I really think the training maps helped a lot. Thanks again for making this!
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@Cannifos: Oh, sorry forgot about the post. I will check that after my exams.
@Decon082: Ah, glad to hear that! After my exams I will add new maps which you can practice on. More different mappers and some will be ranked already.
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Thanks a whole lot for this thread!
It has been really helpful, though I'm still wondering how to play most of the patterns, as in which keys to press when. Am I supposed to alternate everything?

How for example should I play this: DDK
Am I supposed to alternate the two dons or simply singletap them?

Or things like: DDDDKKDDKK

Mind that I am still playing rather slow maps, but wouldn't it be a good idea to already start learning to alternate those so picking up faster maps will be easier in the future?
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marvinelo wrote:

Thanks a whole lot for this thread!
It has been really helpful, though I'm still wondering how to play most of the patterns, as in which keys to press when. Am I supposed to alternate everything?

How for example should I play this: DDK
Am I supposed to alternate the two dons or simply singletap them?

Or things like: DDDDKKDDKK

Mind that I am still playing rather slow maps, but wouldn't it be a good idea to already start learning to alternate those so picking up faster maps will be easier in the future?
I personally think that it depends on the BPM's song. Since you're playing slow maps, I personally think to singletap.
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sheela901 wrote:

marvinelo wrote:

Thanks a whole lot for this thread!
It has been really helpful, though I'm still wondering how to play most of the patterns, as in which keys to press when. Am I supposed to alternate everything?

How for example should I play this: DDK
Am I supposed to alternate the two dons or simply singletap them?

Or things like: DDDDKKDDKK

Mind that I am still playing rather slow maps, but wouldn't it be a good idea to already start learning to alternate those so picking up faster maps will be easier in the future?
I personally think that it depends on the BPM's song. Since you're playing slow maps, I personally think to singletap.
I too have a question about this, so assuming your keys are mapped to dfjk, for DDKDDKDDK or something should you do jfkfjdjfk or is it acceoptable to do fjkfjkfjk even at higher levels?
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kikiotsuka wrote:

I too have a question about this, so assuming your keys are mapped to dfjk, for DDKDDKDDK or something should you do jfkfjdjfk or is it acceoptable to do fjkfjkfjk even at higher levels?
anything is acceptable but I recommend jfdjfdjfd or fjkfjkfjk

in other words I recommend starting with one side for reds and the other for blues, although I personally play using only my right hand when possible
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agu wrote:

kikiotsuka wrote:

I too have a question about this, so assuming your keys are mapped to dfjk, for DDKDDKDDK or something should you do jfkfjdjfk or is it acceoptable to do fjkfjkfjk even at higher levels?
anything is acceptable but I recommend jfdjfdjfd or fjkfjkfjk

in other words I recommend starting with one side for reds and the other for blues, although I personally play using only my right hand when possible
Is this still applicable to songs with a super high BPM? My hand tends to get tired or just starts to trip over the notes when i dont alternate hands for long streams of DDK's
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Wonderful guide, thanks
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It's helping me alot. But how do you not get eye cancer when you play taiko? I often keep messing up the colours because of the scrolling being to fast for my eyes T_T
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great Tuturial :D

i hope if i should use this tuturial to my people who is interested to play taiko in my country :D
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Shewiezi wrote:

But how do you not get eye cancer when you play taiko?
orz
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thx for the tutorial
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Glad to see people like it! It's just a pity that I'm a bit too lazy to add new maps. But even so, they will appear. tetsutaro gave some suggestions.
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This tutorial is just amazing! It helped me a lot! Thanks for it :D
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Guys this guide is really amazing!
I am playing all those basic/advanced maps till I manage to fc them 5 times in a row and can see really great results already. I manage to fc the easier ones which I lacked reading/finger coordination before in my first tries without warmup and it is a really good feeling.

Thank you for this!
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