Thanks for the mod~ :3
L1m3s wrote:Hi, from my mod queue.
d = don, red note
k = kat, blue note
D = don finisher, big red note
K = kat finisher, big blue noteHope it helpsBanana's Muzukashii
Widescreen Support needs to be disabled in the Design tab.The SV should be set to 1.4 or 1.6 (probably 1.4 since the Oni is 1.4 as well). I think it changes to 1.96 due to a key binding conflict with AIMod, so if you do open AIMod in the future you might want to check the SV afterwards to see if it changes.
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I couldn't find much in this diff, only a few things regarding pitch in the kiai time (mostly my own opinion).
00:42:937 (101) - Change to d? It appears that for the most part you're following the vocals in this section, and 00:45:437 (112) is essentially the same corresponding note, and it was mapped as a d which fits the pitch better imo (k for higher pitched notes and d for lower pitched notes).
00:47:312 (120) - Changing this to d would match the vocals better imo, but at least with this one it matches the drum beat is it a snare?? idk lol in the background (although the vocals are more prominent).
No change, snares as you've mentioned.
00:52:729 (137,138,139) - Ctrl+g? Matches the pitch better.
00:53:979 (142,143,144) - ^
Nope. For one thing I'd like the 4 bars starting from 00:52:729 to alternate dkdk as onbeat, and for 00:52:729 (138) in particular D is essential since it's the beginning of a new phrase. K just doesn't cut it in terms of intensity for me.
01:08:562 (201) - Change to k? Having this d here feels out of place with the rhythm of the k's that you've placed thus far. The way this particular pattern was done at 00:48:562 fits better.
01:22:520 (255) - Change to d?
Nah, I'd like to have alternate colours like 01:20:020 (245,246) and 01:21:270 (250,251)
I have nothing to note regarding the current patterns, they fit well. The only thing I can think of is that you've gone from not a single 1/4 note mapped anywhere in the Muzu to having a fair amount of 1/4 in the Oni (granted, they aren't too difficult and the BPM is very manageable).
Meh, it's kinda a bit overmapped in places, but every note I add either fits the music or serves to accentuate stuff, so the density's fine I believe.
00:26:479 - Maybe add a note here? Though unlike the Muzu it seems like you're more focused on the background instrumentals rather than the vocals, so I sorta get leaving this beat empty.
00:28:979 - ^
I tried to not have the Oni being essentially Muzu + density, and a pause at these two places actually sounds better
00:31:479 - A guitar plays on this beat, it feels like there should be something here.
Guitar's not loud enough to deserve attention, and the offbeat rhythm matches the drums.