Thank you a lot for your mod!
Arrival wrote:Hello, M4M request here.
The spread of your 4 first can be reworked. 188 > 324 > 494 > 695 isn't the best of all spread. Try making look like 200 > 350 > 500 > 750 as much as you can. // what
My mod will take this in count too.
Add agu and Zetera in the tags // added
I really suggest decreasing the volume early in the map and during the calm parts to something about 60%, then increasing it during the main parts to 80%.
You need to have your sv to 1.4 // There is no rule forcing SV 1.4. While it is advised to stay at 1.4, I think it's more sensible to have a lower SV on a 180bpm Kantan
00:12:876 (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17) - For this part I'd suggest alternating between d k k as you put it and d d k to avoid repetition. d d k fits very well too. // I honestly prefer having it repetitive on an easier difficulty. Forcing variation into a repeating part of a song doesn't make me feel comfortable in this case
01:00:542 - add a note here // done
01:04:875 (94,95,96,97,98) - What about, instead of k d d d d 1/2, which is pretty boring to play, this ? It's better to play, and fits well. // First of all, I like that idea a lot, but I am not sure if I feel comfortable placing avoidable red tick stuff in this diff. I reworked that part though
01:10:875 - add a note here // done
01:25:542 - add a k here, not putting a note here sounds weird since you put a k right after though it's the same sound // The k after that sound is for a build-up to the kiai. Imo putting another note down would be too heavy on that light section of the song
01:36:875 (140) - What about this ? // Basically the same as the suggestion on 01:04:875 . Reworked the part again
01:44:209 (154,155,156,157,158,159) - Same thing here // ^
01:47:541 (161,162,163,164) - And here this http://puu.sh/qj9PD/e52a501e60.jpg
02:00:209 - add a note here to avoid repetition // ?
00:15:542 - You need to put a note here since you started the map with a note on the exact same sound, plus it's a big sound.
And of course continue for the other sounds after // This would dense the beginning part up way too much. It's just a Futsuu after all
The first part is quite repetitive, so what about chaning these 00:17:375 (13,27) - to k ? Maybe the sound would need a d but a k goes well in your overall pattern and -as i said- avoid repetition // While it sounds reasonable to change it to k from a variation pov, I don't think it's a necessary thing to do as the sounds on 00:17:376 (13,14) - are the same and having one of them be a k while the other one is a d doesn't feel reasonable to me. Also, they are too dull to make both a k.
Same for the part right afer, having no note on this particular sound makes it feel really weird.
00:46:875 (95) - Put this on the red tick just before, it makes the rhythm change a bit and is beter to play. // done
00:57:542 (135,136,137,138) - What about this // moved the k to the red tick on the left
00:59:875 (144,145,146,147) - I understand that you want to map the melody here, but do this instead // done
01:04:709 - add a note here to keep the same structure // done
01:16:875 (189) - D ? // imo the sound is too weak to justify a D
01:26:875 - add a k here, feels weird without it // The sound on this tick is barely audible.
01:29:709 (220) - delete this or put it on the following white tick // Why though? Having nothing on that tick or having something on the white tick next to it would feel way too off, since there's a very present snare on that red tick and imo having it doesn't disrupt anything
01:31:375 (225,226,227,228,229,230,231,232) - I'd suggest [img]this%20http://puu.sh/qjaHr/f46838c388.jpg[/img] fits way better imo // It sounds plausible, but I still kinda prefer it as it is
01:40:375 (257) - ditto // ^
01:37:375 - and 01:48:042 - put a d here, better to hear imo // I don't know, having a d there sounds as good as having none. I honestly prefer the latter to keep it simple
02:04:875 - Why this hole ? // Honestly no idea where the d went. Fixed
00:35:542 (55,56,57,58,59,60,61,62,63) - A bit too dense, just keep one of the triplets here. // It's reasonably dense imo, considering the parts around it are less heavy
Do it for the others too
00:55:125 (153,154,155) - I would have done a k k D here // Compared to the crash at 00:54:875 (152) -, the part 00:55:125 (153,154) - has a lower pitch, thus I chose d d K
00:56:542 (160) - Put this note on the following red tick ? If you do so remove the next two notes. // Changed that part a little bit
// The timing you copied below got a little bit messed up, so I am roughly guessing what you mean.
00:56:709 (160) - k here ? // Added one in the previous changes
00:56:709 (160) - ^ // Can't really figure that one out because the section with a similar sound to the previous one sounds well enough to me
01:54:542 (25,26,27) - no kkd in muzus unless it is well spaced, change it. // As far as I know, there is no rule against that one either
01:54:542 (25,26,27) - add a k when you hear the little metronome sound // I won't exclusively highlight "little sounds". That would end up being one dense piece
Nothing more to say actually.
Good luck !