https://osu.ppy.sh/b/366142&m=0 FC this with 99% acc to start withah yeah perfect forgot all about that one. adding to my collection
that maps exactly what im in need of
well guess I solved this mystery.so basically what you are saying is that you have become instant master?
my hand position was such that my index finger had a significantly longer travel distance to the key as opposed to my main finger so even though I was moving my fingers correctly I was going off sync because one of the fingers was hitting delayed due to being further from the keys so my streaming ended up looking more like hitting doubles than 1/4 notes after the stream went on for longer than a few notes.
They are 8th note spacing in 240 BPM. It technically is the same as 16th note spacing in 120 BPM map, which is what I meant (since 16th note spacing seems common in streams). Thanks for pointing out that you can actually misunderstand that. Usually when I talk about streaming speed it's by the song's tempo, not the tempo you have to tap through the stream.
Baka94 wrote:Here are some streaming maps I like:So you mean they're 240 1/2 singletaps
Yousei Teikoku - Kokou no Sousei (streaming speed is 120 even though BMP is 240)
Looks like 240 bpm 1/2's to me which is 120 bpm 1/4's.If you go by the game's grid snap, yes. I was referring them with the actual note length definition used in music in general. A distance of two white lines (long) would be a whole note length and distance of two white lines (long and short) would be quarter note length and so on.
At that low of a bpm for stream speeds you shouldn't even think of them like easy streams. Especially with this kind of spacing.Maybe, but I still alternate through them because it's easier for me. To me the definition of stream is simply series of circles that are to fast to single tap (and follow a clear path) or feel more comfortable alternating through them. Sometimes it's tempo dependent whether I feel more comfortable alternating than single tapping. My definition may be wrong, but that's just how I see streams.