Thanks for the mod! :3
Ulqui wrote:Hi, from queue00:12:312 (23,24,25,26,27) - this pattern is dkdkd
Why? kdkdk matches vocal pitch until the last note, where it matches the bell chime in the background.
00:23:562 (49) - don o.o
00:33:979 (75,76,77) - dkk(?
Actually trying to match drums here, not the synth bleeps.
00:39:812 (92,93,94) - kkd(?
Again, trying to match drums, not the synth.
00:40:645 (95,96,97,98,99) - k k d d d
Nope, k is a higher, lighter sounding note and I'm using low --> high to create tension towards the big note at 00:42:729 (100).
00:47:312 (120) - sounds like a don
Are you kidding me.
00:56:895 (154,155,156) - dkd empathize with previous pattern(?
Changed to dkk instead.
01:14:395 (224) - change to Don (?
Offbeat, therefore K.
01:15:229 (226,227,228,229,230,231,232) - this pattern can be kdkkddk
Changed to Dkdkddk instead, I want the onbeat to alternate d and k here.
01:17:104 (234) - delete, 01:17:312 (234,235) - Ctrl + G and 01:16:895 (233) - change to k
This could work, but you didn't give me any reasons why your way is strictly better than mine, so no change.00:12:104 (34,35,36,37,38,39,40) - kd k d kkd(?
Nope, I want to keep the onbeat alternating between d and k. 00:12:312 (35,36,37,38) matches pitch change, and 00:13:979 (40) being k would match the bell chime in the background. Your suggestion wouldn't work with how I've been mapping this section at all, sorry.
00:42:312 (136) - d(?
Why? 00:41:479 (133,135,136) matches vocals and are hence k, moreover k --> D is a better lead in than d --> D.
00:57:104 (215,216,217,218,219) - could be kdkkd ot ddkkd (only a suggestion)
Meh, ddkkd could work, but again you didn't give me any reason why ddkkd works better than ddkdd, so no change.
00:58:979 (226) - change to kat
No vocals --> no kats on onbeat.
00:59:604 (228,229,230,231,232) - could be dkddk or kkddk
Same as above.
00:00:645 - add a note(?
00:01:895 - ^
No, the reason why there's a note at 00:03:145 (8) and none before is density; I want to have increasing density throughout the intro until 00:05:229.
01:09:187 (283,284,285) - kdk(?
Could work, but no reasoning why kdk works better than ddk, so no change.
Good diff for a good song.
I'm gonna poke at both difficulties more before updating, sorry for any inconveniences.