Changing names for a map is so me, I feel plagiarized ;(
Hello sorry for late!thanks hobbs!
01:22:021 (1,2,3) - spaced bigger than 01:22:420 (1,2,3) - but the latter is the more intense yea agree
01:34:804 (1,2,3,4,5,6) and 02:19:544 (1,2,3,4,5,6) - I would at the very least recommend nerfing these patterns. I get that it's what you're calling the climax but the difficulty spike is actually quite large. I'm not saying to nerf it because "diff spike gg no re" but more than in context with the other jumps the intensity of the jumps doesnt match up with the intensity of the music i can get behind that, toned them down rather significantly and adjusted to fit their respective patterns
01:40:662 (2,3) - these being spaced would be a lot cooler (and fit the music imo, quite intense sounds?) same for the ones at the start yea i see what you mean but the idea behind these was to stack them because they're exactly the same sounds (so in pairs) i'd like to keep that
01:05:110 - why unmapped? theres even a vocal whoopz
I think this map can use more 1/3 circles, presently there are distinguisable "jump" parts that have like 4-5 circles in them, but i think having some parts with just 2 or even a spaced circle between two sliders can setup for these patterns a lot better. hope this makes sense lol i can clarify in irc if you want sure, i'll msg you irc later about it cuz you didnt rly give a timestamp etc.
lower diffs are cool
I think its nice to see more mappers map their own songs like Vinxis does. yea agree Call me back
Chilly feels like, colder than "Cold" imo... but /shrug yeaa it seems like everyone has a different opinion on these, imo chilly is more like the starting stage of ''cold'', at least thats what i agreed upon with irre. But the difficulty names themselves are there too, so i don't think its too ambiguousthnx for checking and thanks hobbes again \o
Also, 00:59:650 (1,2,3) - and others, why ignore the snare rhythm here . the 1/3 rhythm you follow is so different from the rest of the song's rhythm imo... and you don't seem to be that consistent with the treatment too like compare it to 01:15:629 (3,4) - 01:31:608 (3,4) - 02:00:370 (3,4) - etc... every time it's at the end of a vocal phrase basically. the logic behind those 1/3 patterns is, everytime there isn't something more ''outstanding'' in the music like the increase in bass pitch here 01:59:571 (1,2,3,4) - or here 01:14:830 (1,2,3,4) -, these are mapped to instead, so basically a hierarchy of importance. Don't you like the cheerful sleigh bells?! :c
01:36:002 (2,3,4,5,6,7,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8) - Could say the same for rhythms like these xP. They overmap a section that's supposed to be a sort of "break" in between vocal stanzas. I wouldn't say it's overmapped since the sounds all do exist in the song and the difficulty of this part portrays the general intensity quite well too imo
Follow Mariah Carey's vocal rhythm more, Mariah Carey but if my name is Mariah Carey how can i follow Mariah Carey's vocal rhythms more if Mariah Carey's vocal rhythms are created by Mariah Carey herself
You can start by putting more circles on the tick right before the downbeat. 01:08:039 (5) - is a good example. Compare it to your rhythm on 01:10:037 (1,2,3,4,5,6) - .
Monstrata wrote:Follow Mariah Carey's vocal rhythm more, Mariah Carey but if my name is Mariah Carey how can i follow Mariah Carey's vocal rhythms more if Mariah Carey's vocal rhythms are created by Mariah Carey herselfthnx for checking and thanks hobbes again \o