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Sorry a week late...
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gratz sir, finally
YUME JYANAI
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love taiko + CTB <3
congratz sir and volta~
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PatZar wrote:

ntar juga ke dq lagi
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Nishizumi wrote:

PatZar wrote:

ntar juga ke dq lagi
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alhamdulillah hirobbil alamin
finalee da efforts cream-cum-tree

Thanks All
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gratz Srn ( ˘ω˘ )
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dem since when does sur map froits kwkwk

congratz dad .w. owo AwA uwu =w= LJKHJSDGLJSGLJSDHG
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Congrats Surono! :D
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Hi, I have some difficulty concerns regarding the lower difficulties of Taiko.

  • [Kantan]

  1. 00:30:864 (8) - although the song bpm is relatively low, it would be better to remove this note for a 3/1 break so beginners could prepare for the next harder session.
  2. 01:03:197 (39,40) - similar to ^ , you may remove these notes for a longer rest moment before the kiai.
  3. 01:37:239 (21) - consider moving this note to 01:37:989 - to avoid 1/2 triplet in Kantan ?
  • [Futsuu]

  1. 01:02:864 (89,91) - similar to Kantan, these notes could be deleted for some 2/1 breaks before the kiai.
  2. 01:16:864 (6,7) - same as ^
  • [Muzukashii]

  1. From 00:29:864 to 01:41:364 - there are no 3/2 or longer breaks in this 72-second pattern chain, which is too demanding as an intermediate difficulty. For example, 00:42:197 (92) - could be removed to leave a break upon transiting to next session.
  2. 01:02:531 (141,142) - same as ^
  3. 01:16:864 (179) - similar to Futsuu, this note could be removed as well.


In general, Muzukashii is too consecutively mapped at the moment. Feel free to call me for disqualification if you agree with these, then I can provide a more detailed mod to follow through.
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wadoooooooooo :o:o:o:o:o
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Nishizumi wrote:

PatZar wrote:

ntar juga ke dq lagi
dukun confirmed
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Nishizumi wrote:

PatZar wrote:

ntar juga ke dq lagi
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Nardoxyribonucleic wrote:

Hi, I have some difficulty concerns regarding the lower difficulties of Taiko.

  • [Kantan]

  1. 00:30:864 (8) - although the song bpm is relatively low, it would be better to remove this note for a 3/1 break so beginners could prepare for the next harder session. yes indeed this is a low bpm, but dont you think e.g 00:32:864 - ~ 00:33:197 - this gap and 00:32:531 (10,11,12) - ~ 00:35:197 (13,14,15) - these pattern are already enough as breaks and easier colors? I think its fine since I wanted to make it challenging, also this part seems not really hard to practice. mostly its simpler pattern colors or mirror colors. yeh snap like that would be hard but I think the colors and that 1 example gap is enough for this part.
  2. 01:03:197 (39,40) - similar to ^ , you may remove these notes for a longer rest moment before the kiai. I think from 01:04:864 - here until enterin the kiai it looks friendly when alternating the kk"d" 1/1 to K then back to d
  3. 01:37:239 (21) - consider moving this note to 01:37:989 - to avoid 1/2 triplet in Kantan ? last part I would kept it, why not. this bpm reduced -10 and its a simple pattern.
  • [Futsuu]

  1. 01:02:864 (89,91) - similar to Kantan, these notes could be deleted for some 2/1 breaks before the kiai. kk d d k k, still friendly for me also 01:06:197 - theres a moment to break here
  2. 01:16:864 (6,7) - same as ^ its consistenct with 01:06:864 - this notes
  • [Muzukashii]

  1. From 00:29:864 to 01:41:364 - there are no 3/2 or longer breaks in this 72-second pattern chain, which is too demanding as an intermediate difficulty. For example, 00:42:197 (92) - could be removed to leave a break upon transiting to next session. 00:33:197 - ~ 00:35:197 - , 00:35:864 - ~00:35:864 - , 00:37:864 - ~ 00:37:864 - , 00:38:531 - ~ 00:39:531 - these are some pattern that has few gaps so i think its fine. 00:42:197 - I dont think I need remove it since its middle level, it would be fit as futsuu. and the next has some 1/1 double notes e.g 00:43:864 (96,97) - . sorry with this expres explaining, i just pointed out some gaps on simple patterns.
  2. 01:02:531 (141,142) - same as ^ would break consistency at following hithat
  3. 01:16:864 (179) - similar to Futsuu, this note could be removed as well. important sound, kept to not delete.


In general, Muzukashii is too consecutively mapped at the moment. Im fine with the condition of muzukashii since its slow bpm and has simple patterns,
1/1 gaps rest and 1/2 simple patterns are enough at overall of this diff imo

Feel free to call me for disqualification if you agree with these, then I can provide a more detailed mod to follow through.
thanks Nardo for checking!
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Surono wrote:

  • [Muzukashii]

  1. From 00:29:864 to 01:41:364 - there are no 3/2 or longer breaks in this 72-second pattern chain, which is too demanding as an intermediate difficulty. For example, 00:42:197 (92) - could be removed to leave a break upon transiting to next session. 00:33:197 - ~ 00:35:197 - , 00:35:864 - ~00:35:864 - , 00:37:864 - ~ 00:37:864 - , 00:38:531 - ~ 00:39:531 - these are some pattern that has few gaps so i think its fine. 00:42:197 - I dont think I need remove it since its middle level, it would be fit as futsuu. and the next has some 1/1 double notes e.g 00:43:864 (96,97) - . sorry with this expres explaining, i just pointed out some gaps on simple patterns.
  2. 01:02:531 (141,142) - same as ^ would break consistency at following hithat
  3. 01:16:864 (179) - similar to Futsuu, this note could be removed as well. important sound, kept to not delete.


In general, Muzukashii is too consecutively mapped at the moment. Im fine with the condition of muzukashii since its slow bpm and has simple patterns,
1/1 gaps rest and 1/2 simple patterns are enough at overall of this diff imo
Slow bpm is not an excuse for continuous patterning. The main snaps and structure used in Muzukashii are 1/2 and 1/4 like ordinary ones, so gaps shorter than 3/2 are not regarded as effective breaks.
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but I feel like the song is slow enough to have the breaks be more scarce, I would agree your concern if this case similar like at DioSynth song on muzukashii.
the difference this map has slow song and xfrac map has fast song, 3/2 for 200bpm would be good for newbie but for 90bpm its emm.. kinda boring and babying a map

thats it
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72/101

I think you could understand what the fraction above implies. As an intermediate difficulty, this length of pattern constellation is not really acceptable. Placing rests could in fact help you emphasize some specific parts rather than enchaining the patterns all together. It would not make the map boring by removing a small number of notes, not to mention how this would baby a map.

114/1

You may also refer to the ranking criteria regarding the guidelines for Muzukashii. As mentioned previously, although the song bpm is relatively slow, the said chain is much longer than the suggested 20/1 to leave a 3/2 break. I hope you could understand the great discrepancies and reconsider my suggestions.

I would leave it to other Taiko QATs for now.
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Rhythm related guidelines and rules apply to approximately 180 BPM maps. If your song is drastically faster or slower, some variables might be different. Apply reasonable judgment in these cases.
I'd say it's enough with the 1/1 spam here: 00:43:197 (95,96,97,98) - 00:48:531 (108,109,110,111) -

You should insert at least 1 rest moment that is 3/2 or longer after 16/1 to 20/1 of continuous mapping.
It sure doesn't go well with this guideline, however, the song is drastically slower & I don't think it really need any more break.
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wadoooooooo awas terpycu :o:o:o:o:o

(oh sh!t, mind the trigger)

For Nardo and surono, may i suggest to continue the discussion on in game PM / forum PM?

and btw, had the taiko ranking criteria been revised before?
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I agree with Kin here. Yes, the map is 80-90 bpm and lacks of 3/2 breaks on Muzu, however, if you think through this way, on 180 bpm scale (which fits exactly with the RC) the breaks should be 3/4 or more, and the muzukashii one already has 1/1 breaks more than enough. Same goes for Futsuu in 1/1 and Kantan for 2/1. Senjou no Aria's taiko diffs mapped based on 220 bpm breaks, which can be seen on Kantan there are 3/2 and 2/1 breaks but very rarely 3/1 breaks, and this should be treated like that as well.
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