The art of competition and growth.
I like to listen to a mix of different music for different characters. Ellie Goulding for Marth, Kanye West, or anything with a deep beat, for Captain Falcon, and anything electronic when playing Falco.I listen to music for both competing and practice.
Yes. Im listening to anything that I am in the mood for, most of the times only 1-3 songs on repeat and max volume. Mostly songs that I dicovered a few days ago or on that day and I cant stop listening to. I can focus more on the game and less on my surroundings if I blend out random noises/voices.
instrumental metal, but first i make an analysis of the character profile, and after that, i search for a 'compatible' music.
I listen to anything that can make me feel hype. I usually put the volume up high as to avoid distractions (especially distracting or negative thoughts). The exciting music can also make up for me being tired, giving me that last pump of energy to finish my match/set/whatever.
I listen to pretty much anything that fits my mood, whether that be instrumentals, alternative, classic, country, metal etc. In sc2 I play with music while practicing and competing but in ssbm I only play with music when practicing, not competing (too used to talking to friends while playing).
I've found the only thing I can listen to is basic instrumentals at low volume; most other things are distracting. It's the same way with anything I need to concentrate on.
I listen to music while competing in order to get myself into a mood. Like, Mozart to focus and keep myself off tilt, or something heavy to hype me up. For practicing, I like to use music to develop a rhythm to my playing to use for mind games/dictating the pace of a match.
Usually game music without vocals, most often music from Pokemon, Mega man, etc.
No, not really. I don't even like listening to music when I run.
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