but Ragelewa does this, and he gets SS D:
Guess what, the only way to do it is playing maps like that a shitload of times! Told you a trillion times you gotta get over that attitude@won't play a map where I get misses.
Salvage wrote:yep, i can't do that
I wouldn't know, I got 4x100 out of that shinsekai map :/
kriers wrote:but Ragelewa does this, and he gets SS D:
i don't agree with this, streaming fast doesn't mean that you atuomatically start sucking at low streams, i started to be able to do some songs 200bpm with good acc (and some misses btw thats my problem) and i never lost my acc on low bpm, people who does is used to smash buttons non stop and keeps doing it even when you have to follow the rythim
Wishy22 wrote:if you have insanely fast fingers it gonna be DAMN HARD to stream at low BPMs, if your fingers are weak then it's gonna be easier since you can't really go way faster than what you should.
With this I mean some people don't even have to try to stream at 200 BPM, so streaming at 170 BPM is like not even playing.
Pretty much this. High bpm isn't hard if it's near your limit, however you can't keep it up for long, but you can still be very accurate. Lower bpm actually requires careful timing instead of "ok im gonna click as fast as i can".
kriers wrote:it's about rythmical skill and dexterity
if your speed limit is ~180 and you can play any 120-180 streams with 99%acc you're pro, gz!:o
silmarilen wrote:i can play any speed up to ~180 if the streams arent too long) with 99%+ acc.
Not really, I'm easily able to ace 250+ BPM streams, even some 230 240 too, may do 200 BPM but then doing 180 BPM is like I don't even have to try, and it feels REALLY weird for me to do no effort at all to hit some stream. Of course it's about practice and stuff, but then if you got "slow" fingers you got to make an effort to hit them, so you kind of get the feeling I think, but then if it's like doing nothing trust me it feels REALLY WEIRD, at least that's what I feel when streaming at normal/low BPM, and of course retarded-slow streams are meant for 1key, like Vanessa can't play it with 2key at all but can get almost SS with a 1 key (Another diff). All I gonna say is that the best low BPM streamers I know ALL HAVE SLOW FINGERS and can't really do high BPM at all. Don't come saying RUCKER COOKIEZI WHITE WOLF SILVIA ETC because they are the best players since they rock at every aspect of this game, just go see players like ragelewa or KeigoClear that have almost perfect accuracy but can't do high BPM at all.
kriers wrote:I agree with Salvage. Besides, not being able to stream low bpm is not about having too fast fingers; it's about rythmical skill and dexterity
It's not about spamming, doing long streams at 250 BPM or higher is actually hard and it usually isn't about spamming. If you do so you get shitty accuracy and that just won't work. If you go by spamming you usually get bad accuracy and end up missing after the stream because you lost the rhythm of the song completely.
Neruell wrote:I guess low bpm became outdated by now. "No one" plays low bpm, all do it with dt by now. Since there are tons of pros getting out of nowhere like mushrooms after he rain, in several months there will be no low bpm map which has a single non dt rank in the list. So spamming will become more "important" rather than "skill" or accuracy. It applies though to people who do play in order to get a rank somewhere which is actually almost the only popular activity in osu! anyway.
Also high bpm streaming doesn't require real "skill" in most cases because it is mostly a real human limit (200 bpm and higher) and it ends up being pure spamming. Or does someone really believe that 300 bpm controlled streaming is possible? Or is there really any SONG (not a noise compilation) that is so fast.
Since this game is much more about spamming and not rhythm, there is nothing else to expect. Good old days where cyclone did crazy accuracy on most songs.
It'll be fun to have a Flashlight movement
Neruell wrote:I guess low bpm became outdated by now. "No one" plays low bpm, all do it with dt by now.