Thanks for the reply.
In my humble experience you are trying too many methods and techniques. Please consider simplification.
Until now, lcwo-koch at 10/20 was (and still is) my primary line of line of training. Commuting time listing on mp3 is extra.
My question is what the primary line of training should be when I finished lcwo-koch at 10/12...
It seems your goal is to hand copy words and call signs. Consider useing LCWO Word Training and Call Sign training programs in LCWO Speed Practice. Also consider useing a consistant character speed of 20 and word speed of 12 or something in that range.
What I experience is that paper- or head-copy is significantly worse than keyboard copy. As a matter of fact, keyboard practice does not seem to link the sound token to the letter in my head. This is my main concern. Are you saying that this will change when I continue to practice keyboard-copy?
Always keep character speed above word speed.
Would you care to elaborate on that? I'd say the ultimate goal is to get them equal?
In my experience nothing beats on line training. Meaning many sessions at speeds that seem to resonate with you.
I'll give that a try!
Finally, get on the air at least with a receiver and listen, particularly on bands 80M, 40M and 15M. If you have a high band receiver use 6M and 2M. You will find CW QSO's and rag chews at a great range of speeds, something will be there for you.
I'm working on that. I only have some 2M equimpent available, but this band is very quite down here. I've been listening to perseus receivers troughout the world, which is nice. The software will expire shortly, so i'll have get my own Perseus receiver soon ;)