00:08:026 (2,8,5,1) - random uses of 3/4 sliders. If you're gonna use them, use it within a rhythmic pattern. If you used it on the 2nd beat of the 4 beats, repeat that coherently. Not using it on the 3rd or 4th beat in the next stanza.
Removed most 3/4 sliders
00:28:850 (1) - why speedup? If you did this here, then you should speedup 00:31:673 (1) - 00:34:497 (1) - 00:37:320 (1) - all of these.
Kind of signal to show I'm speeding up all the elements from 00:28:770 - , I'd rather choose to keep it for now. Hehe
00:49:938 (6,1) - I won't do this if I were you... but up to you
I know, I know...
01:27:791 (1,2) - I would use another shape.. maybe try this.
Changed the entire part
huehuehue Please teach me how to mapping!
- check AIMod for offscreen objects
- 00:22:497 (3,4,5,6,7) - 00:28:144 (2,3,4,5,6) - 00:33:791 (3,4,5,6,7) - decide on a consistent usage of either straight 5 note streams or back and forth
...Eh xD? Indeed these are 5 notes streams, but they're still different in the background music!
- 00:27:791 (1,2,3,4,5,6) - don't space them apart if the stream comes right after the slider, looks like 1/2 beat
Still waiting player's feedback
- 00:49:497 (1,2,3,4,5,6,1) - same here, keep everything the same distance
- 00:54:614 (2) - ctrl-g this and 00:54:967 (3) - for better flow
- 00:57:791 (3) - ^ same
...I thought this would be more funny to have different type of 3/4 sliders Dx
- 01:09:791 (1,2) - nazi blanket
O..okay? (I didn't find this due to the offset changes)
- 01:12:614 (1,2) - i think moving (2) here plays better http://puu.sh/aDjo2/4419a53e3b.png
I'm afraid about stacking problems, will keep this in mind!
- 01:22:850 (2,4) - can blanket these
- 01:27:438 (1,1) - ^
Okay for these two