Cerulean Veyron wrote:ok
00:12:649 (2) - 00:15:202 (2) - 00:20:308 (2) - 00:22:862 (2) - etc
I really think all of these should be moved back by 1/2. There are no strong sounds on the downbeat to follow, and it's kind of anti-intuitive to click on places with no music. If you use 1.5/1 enough it should be intuitive.
Considering how dense kiai is, it really shouldn't be an issue to add some more objects.
First off, I applied most of the notes to adjust them to 1/2 snapping. I'm not quite sure if it'd be the best idea for a fast song in easier difficulties. But as long as this difficulty doesn't go up to 2*. I'll probably give it a try, it's not like every easy difficulty should always be 1/1 anyways xd
As for adding more notes or circles in the chorus, I think you've gone too far with scrutinizing note density in this difficulty. A small blank between measures of the structures in each track can be certainly necessary, not all players could handle such density especially when it comes to newbies.
So I don't think more objects would be that imperative. woops that's not what I implied. I just mentioned kiai was dense, which was just helping justify to make the section before denser (ie adding 1.5/1 rhythms, which you applied). No problems from me now that you've added the 1.5/1s!
01:17:755 (4,5) - I think rhythm would follow vocal well with this pattern, keeps similar sounds on the same object https://puu.sh/ybvPW/505944462d.png But afterwards, the vocals over 01:18:394 - sounds pretty intense enough to be a clickable object in order to amplify the vocal much better than with a reverse arrow. Skipping that tick out would be pretty much awkward to be honest. ah didn't really think about 01:18:394 (5) - having a stronger sound, I thought it sounded better to emphasise the change of vocal rather than intensity. Both are valid interpretations
Rest of the set looks fine to me