Difficulty Change log
- Click notes350 on Easy (81.78%), 821 on Hard (96.59%)
- Hold notes2 on Easy (0.47%), 2 on Hard (0.24%)
- Drag notes76 on Easy (17.75%), 27 on Hard (3.17%)
- This is an arrangement of Presto (the 3rd movement of Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 8, RV 315, "L'estate" (Summer)) by Vivaldi.
- This song has the largest number of consecutive 8-note groups throughout Cytus, with 32 8-note groups in the middle part of the song.
- It lasts around half a minute, with a total of 256 notes in the 8-note groups.
- That means the 8-note groups contain more than one-quarter of the total notes.
- Technically, there are only 31 8-note groups as the last one ends at 7 notes.
- This song has been featured in another rhythm game Musync. 
What? 32 8-note groups? That makes 256 notes in total? You may ask, but this is the true practice to get a good grade in Violet. Makes a great training song, with confusing timing for the ending. MM this and you're all ready to head for Violet, Bloody Purity and more!CookiesNWaffles
Try to stay calm at the consecutive 8-note groups... and everything will be OK. The end may sound tricky but follow the beat can help you do fine with it. MM after 30th retry.KuwamotoMisuke
Precision and patience and timing is the key to this song.DropletKloud
This is a stupidly hard song to MM. If you can get past the 32 8-note groups, I'll applaud you.Ume Sama
I'm afraid that I don't agree with you, CNW. These groups are much harder to take on than Violet's. Well, maybe it's because I took it on right after MMing Violet, but all those 8-groups just killed my fingers. If anything is practice, I'd say that Violet and Bloody Purity are practice for Solar Wind. However, I do agree that if you can MM Solar Wind, you can defeat any number of 8-groups that is less than that of Solar Wind's. In the meantime, I'll cool my fingers off in a bucket of ice water.Gmmmmman