Analogue Pitching Tip

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I just recently figured this out, but it actually matters how quickly you move the stick back up in the analogue pitching process. I still don’t get many greens on the side of the meter, but I’m finding my pitch accuracy has improved. I’ve also found that if I move the stick down just a little instead of all the way down, I have a little better control that way as well. So, there you go.

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If you move the stick down just a little aren't all your pitches high?

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@vagimon said in Analogue Pitching Tip:

I just recently figured this out, but it actually matters how quickly you move the stick back up in the analogue pitching process. I still don’t get many greens on the side of the meter, but I’m finding my pitch accuracy has improved. I’ve also found that if I move the stick down just a little instead of all the way down, I have a little better control that way as well. So, there you go.

The speed at which you move the stick up controls the velocity of the pitch. It does increase the difficulty in getting good actually though.

There is some truth to the part about not pulling the stick down as far. The shorter the distance the stick has to travel between point A and point B the easier it is to make the correct input. It is harder to get mad velocity though if you don't move the stick all the way down

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@pbake12 said in Analogue Pitching Tip:

If you move the stick down just a little aren't all your pitches high?

The height of the pitch when using analog is determined by when you stop the first line when you move the stick up. Finish above the line, pitch goes above your target, below the line it goes below the target. Unless you're throwing a curveball, then it's going center cut with a bow on it...

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@pbake12 said in Analogue Pitching Tip:

If you move the stick down just a little aren't all your pitches high?

As long as you keep pressure on the stick as the ball continues down toward the meter line regardless of how far down you’ve pulled the stick.

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