I have no clue what point you're trying to make unless it's that your playcount in osu!standard is so low that your claim about being able to play any AR equally well is clearly bullshit.
Conor wrote:I still SS them. No matter what I change ARs too. Maybe you should look at my play count compared to OP (and do some that thing called research I mentioned earlier). This is completely besides the point of the thread anyway.
GhostFrog wrote:How about you do what I suggested to prove me wrong then. Play a map on AR9. Make an AR7 version. Play that. Tell me how your scores compare.
if u are comfortable with it and u can see clearly then it's fine i would say
Fatal3ty wrote:Have the good / bad skin influence on the accuracy and the skill?
What? You would need to play standard a whole bunch to be able to play AR7 as well as AR9?? But I thought AR7 was easier!
Conor wrote:That's besides the point, I've still practiced enough to the point where I can do it on a game mode. If I went and played standard as much as I did Taiko, it'd be the same case. Don't kid yourself.
GhostFrog wrote:I have no clue what point you're trying to make unless it's that your playcount in osu!standard is so low that your claim about being able to play any AR equally well is clearly bullshit.
True, I simply hit too hard. I find it very hard to be loose and all the spectators tell me then that I react too hectic and press often too late and must change. Until now I have never been able to change.
[ Momiji ] wrote:1.try to listen to the hitsounds so that they sound in sync with the music
2.try to use the exact same force in every keypress - you can't avoid sacrificing accuracy on faster maps because of how unstable will your keypresses probably be, but you will be able to extend your comfort zone by practicing on faster maps.
tap swiftly, but do not use excessive force.
It does not matter which keyboard I use, I always push too hard. Before that I played with long Laptopkeyboard and press just too strong. And to exchange another switch I have no idea of art.
Conor wrote:Be as loose as you possibly can. I see you have Green switches so maybe you could switch from tactile switches to linear switches if you really wanted too to see if that would help? Green switches have an actuation force of 80 cN which is rather stiff. You could try and get your hands on some Red switches which have an actuation force of 45 cN, much less force required for a keystroke.
Fatal3ty wrote:True, I simply hit too hard. I find it very hard to be loose and all the spectators tell me then that I react too hectic and press often too late and must change. Until now I have never been able to change.
You can refer to this for Cherry MX switches to see if there's any that strike your fancy.
Focusing on the music just makes it worse
SnowflakeStreet wrote:Focus on the music and not the approach circle.
For DT, just practice. It's something you have to play a ton of and get used to.