Slow bpm streaming require different technique from fast bpm, you also need more aim for it.
Honestly, practicing lower BPM than 170 on streams is kinda pointless, and should improve working on higher BPM.The point is to enjoy gamu, op probably find low BPM streams fun/challenging therefore he plays it.
But for low BPM streams, you really have to aim properly and listen to the music
It helped me to just take a look at how the auto does it, and then practice the specific stream a couple of times thourgh edit mode and basically forcing myself to play it slower and understanding the rythemWatching auto first + loud hit sound is the proper way to learn new stream speed. Gotta get used to perfect acc hit sound.
hes right though, it is kinda pointless, 170 is slow enough, work on getting fastIf all you care about is pp then hes right but if you actually want to have fun there are some really fun 140 or 150 bpm maps and it improves finger control.
Watching auto first + loud hit sound is the proper way to learn new stream speed. Gotta get used to perfect acc hit sound.I was doing it wrong all this time ;_;