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Thread: Wipeout Noob. Any tips?

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    Thumbs up Thanks to everyone that contributed.

    I appreciate everything that each one of you told me. Sorry for my bad english i am just thirteen and i live in the philippines. Anyway, Thanks!!!!!

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    Yo! Andre ! Glad you made it here! This is Wip3ou7 from YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackwiggle View Post
    Learning the tracks is the number 1 thing.

    Racebox is the best for this,start with time trials and try to hit every speed pad.

    If you think of each track as a sheet of music,each speed class as a different tempo.
    The music stays the same,but the tempo gets faster.
    It's like learning a guitar riff,air brakes are similar to string bends,side shifts are like hammer on's, barrel rolls are like using the tremolo arm.
    When you get fluent at the track/music, then you can put your own interpretation to it.
    I love the way you've worded this Blackwiggle. Pure poetry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackwiggle View Post
    If you think of each track as a sheet of music,each speed class as a different tempo.
    The music stays the same,but the tempo gets faster.
    It's like learning a guitar riff,air brakes are similar to string bends,side shifts are like hammer on's, barrel rolls are like using the tremolo arm.
    When you get fluent at the track/music, then you can put your own interpretation to it.
    Beautiful metaphor, mate. Never quite thought of it that way.

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