Those are 210bpm 1/16 doubles at 1/2 spacing using od10. Let me break that down. Firstly, 1/16th doubles aren't correctly timed because the second note is 1/16th out of place. Secondly, at OD10 there's a 19.5ms timing window to hit a 300, the time between two notes at 210bpm 1/16 is 1/(210*16/60) = 0.01785s = 17.9ms. What this essentially means is that you have to hit the notes slightly late compared to the proper 1/2 timing and you no longer have a +-19.5ms timing window, you have only a + 19.5ms timing window. You have to hit late AND you have to hit with double the precision required to get a 300 at od10 WHILST mentally forcing yourself to press late AND pressing 2keys at the same time whilst pressing at 210bpm 1/2 speed.
Outline wrote:You got 100s on almost all of those
jesse1412 wrote:Here's a 210bpm ghetto example of it quite reasonably working whilst having to deal with mad note lock. http://jesse1412.s-ul.eu/hVZkpk7m
No shit it's mostly 100's. Hence why this feature request exists, to fix all of the problems with the ghetto method of implementing "double notes".