HOW TO STREAM?!

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Neruell
There are only 2 ways in learning something. Either be a natural talent and easely master it or he second way for people who are not so talented is practice. Also a good sense of rhythm helps A LOT.
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Colored
thank you guys \:D/
KRZY
stalking this thread because i have the same problem...
those

KRZY wrote:

stalking this thread because i have the same problem...
We must have greater problems then.
Sync
alternate 100% of the time

even on easies
Vmx
use 1 finger for slow streams? :o
kriers

Neruell wrote:

a good sense of rhythm helps A LOT.
this.

Even if you suck at streams, you can still use your sense of rythm to force it over to your fingers if you actually listen to the hitsounds
lolcubes
Or you can just go play 120-140 bpm maps and alternate everything for a long time. Sounds silly but this worked for me.
Also practice, alot.
-Ryosuke
I have the same problem D:
kriers

lolcubes wrote:

Or you can just go play 120-140 bpm maps and alternate everything for a long time. Sounds silly but this worked for me.
Also practice, alot.
It's not silly at all. It's pretty much the best way.

I remember thinking that I could learn slow streams by learning fast streams, but it just doesn't work like that.
It's the other way around if you wish for a respectable accuracy.

I recommend alternating http://osu.ppy.sh/b/34715 for practice
lolcubes

kriers wrote:

I remember thinking that I could learn slow streams by learning fast streams, but it just doesn't work like that.
It's the other way around if you wish for a respectable accuracy.
I did absolutely the same. Also couldn't have said it better myself. :)
Heh.

I used http://osu.ppy.sh/b/43582 though. It's mapped like 130bpm and it's insanely hard to get awesome accuracy on. The streams aren't long, but if you can hold 99+ accuracy here, streaming low bpm won't be that hard anymore, atleast it wasn't for me.
Neruell
Try that with Hardrock xD Then it is really hard to get a good accuracy xD
Zelmarked
I find it fairly easy. I have to play it a couple times to get down the tempo, and then it comes natural. I just play in my head "da da da da da da da da", like a metronome, to help time my s/d. Sometimes I'll bob my head left and right to physically replicate a metronome.
thelewa
I find it easier to stream low bpm if I just increase the force that I smash the buttons with

works pretty fine taking into consideration that I can do stuff like this: http://osu.ppy.sh/s/39194
ziin
you get better at aspects of osu the same way you get better at any instrument: play etudes. Stuff like chipstream is perfect for streaming practice, though the song itself could be a little bit better designed since the bpm jumps up way too fast.

You can also make your own etudes if you really want to get better. That's probably the best way as it lets you choose the song, the difficulty, the bpm, and all the rhythms you need, so you don't have to learn some other song.

stuff like shoreline is probably a bad idea. rhythms are painfully stupid.
kriers

ziin wrote:

stuff like shoreline is probably a bad idea. rhythms are painfully stupid.
there is nothing wrong with the rythm in shoreline :( why does it make sense to me?

For good players who want to learn streaming, it's not just massive stream practice. It's also an excellent way to start adapting to old style beatmaps with lower approach rates and I don't see why that wouldn't be a good thing?
Just consider that all the players out there, who work hard to become better in every aspect, still whine when they see anything lower than AR9. :lol:
Haseo
smash z/x
Espionage724

kriers wrote:

Neruell wrote:

a good sense of rhythm helps A LOT.
this.
Even if you suck at streams, you can still use your sense of rythm to force it over to your fingers if you actually listen to the hitsounds
This

Although sometimes this doesn't work too well for me. It seems like I'm following the beat, but I see a bunch of 100's, 50's then eventually X's sometimes (I don't think I have an audio/video desync thing either). Probably just me following the wrong beat or something :p

Then there are some songs where this works perfectly :)
SOUND HOLIC - Earthquake Super Shock
Tamura Yukari - Endless Story

In any case though, I used to practice streaming endurance on O-Life Japan - Yakujinsama no Couple Dance
Jalatiphra

Zelmarked wrote:

I find it fairly easy. I have to play it a couple times to get down the tempo, and then it comes natural. I just play in my head "da da da da da da da da", like a metronome, to help time my s/d. Sometimes I'll bob my head left and right to physically replicate a metronome.
this is what neruell called : good sense of rythm..

also': play this http://osu.ppy.sh/s/25127 for improving with slow bpm streams
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Colored
so guys thank you for tips and beatmaps \:D/
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