Don't get discouraged, audio is hard. It took me over 5000 solves before I got comfortable with it. It may help if you set certain rules for the phonemes (eg- "a" always sounds like the "a" in "father").
Is there anything in particular that you are struggling with (tracing, coming up with...
Yep, Mark sums it up pretty well.
These are "guidelines" not "rules that must be followed." The general consensus among top BLDers is those two guidelines and I agree with them because I actually learned 3-style when I averaged around 3 mins. It almost made me quit BLD though, because I wasn't...
After practicing for over a week and doing more than 100 solves, I finally got a success...Yep, I only got 1 success out of over a 100 solves.
Feet blind was much harder than I initially thought because feet turning is imprecise and I couldn't tell if I did an extra move or messed up my...
PB (I think) with CE/EC memo/exec. 9 algs but I had a double rotation in there lol
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Yep, just like cubeshepherd said, you can use this for OP/OP. Rooms is just a way to memorize information, it doesn't matter how you execute the info. The information doesn't even have to be cubing related, memory athletes use rooms to memorize 1000s of digits of pi, decks of cards, etc.
Hey guys, here's my tutorial on Roman Rooms!
Roman rooms, the journey method, the method of loci, and a memory palace all refer to the same thing. This concept is pretty much necessary for bigBLD and MBLD.
I also go over a few finer concepts (connecting your first image, handling order mistakes...
After Team Europe's 8-man and 4-man BLD relay UWRs, I figured it was a good time to make a doc to keep track of the records as well as establish some rules.
The doc can be found here: