Learning Curve

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Learning Curve
Artist C-Side
Game Splatoon 3
Heard in
Splatoon 3
Multiplayer (defeat music)
Album Splatune 3
Track list no. 10 (Splatune 3 Disc 1)
Genre Rock
Electronic
BPM 146
Audio file

Learning Curve is a song by C-Side.

Description

Learning Curve is C-Side's version of Battle Defeat. If the player wins a battle, Rinse/Repeat will play instead, and the player's team along with their emotes, weapons, fits, and splashtags with be showcased. Learning Curve is more of an upbeat battle song, though it still conveys gloominess like in Splatoon. 12 seconds in, the guitar and bass cut out and replaced by a solo drum track, similar to Rinse/Repeat, Ageshio Notte Mōteru and Shinsan Name Manta.

Samples and interpolations

Shinsan Name Manta

Main article: Shinsan Name Manta

The solo drum track at the end of Learning Curve has similar drum beats to that of Shinsan Name Manta, but with some minor differences and also uses different drum samples.

Etymology

A learning curve is a person's progress in gaining experience, Learning Curve might be a play on the fact that a player can get experience from failure.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese Learning Curve Learning Curve

Trivia

  • Learning Curve is the only defeat song which does not only use an electric beat to convey sadness.