00:06:596 (1,2,3,4,1,2,3,4) - as I mentioned, the song's intensity, to me seems really consistent throughout the whole song therefore i made them spaced similarly; also i dont really think 00:11:891 (1,2,3,4) - are really that differently spacedI can understand you saying that the bpm of the song is low, and yes I agree with that.
00:18:949 (1,2,3,4) - ^ same reasoning
00:36:596 (1,2,1,2) - i stacked those and then made a triangle pattern after these to suit to the lyrics: "pen pine" as one group, "apple" as one.they are the same "pen pine apple apple pen" though? Also, 00:43:655 (1,2,1,2) - these should be distanced the same, so a stack would be best refer to what i said below
00:38:361 (1,2,1,2,1,2) - all these beats are monotone beats and a held sound such as the one here 00:40:788 (4) - doesn't really exist lol, thats why i used all circles here. it's literally the same part of the song, the same backsound. If you added sliders it would sound a lot better, and if you do keep the circles then whats the point in making them all 1/2? I don't like the presence of sliders when theres no evident held sound in the music, so why should I use sliders? Also I myself think circles sound better than sliders so why not?
00:43:655 (1,2,1,2) - you're kinda right but i wanted some variation here, therefore why i made these spaced instead. the song is repetetive, it was your choice to make the GD. repetetive song should equal repetetive map, and it is only 30 seconds, so players aren't going to get bored if you do the same thing twice. Yes, the song is repetitive, but why can I not make the pattern different? Don't assume the players first; I want the pattern to be different because I prefer variety
hmm, I still think this is pretty inconsistant spacing.
some of it I understand, yes your maps spacing is consistant, but it doesn't go with the song at all.
I can take a really slow bpm song, and space the jumps really big, yes it's consistent but it doesn't make sense.
However, does the low bpm necessarily mean that the song isn't intense? There are plenty of songs that have more or less the same bpm, however their intensity could vary greatly. (I could list maps here, however I think its unfair to use maps to my defense so I won't be doing that.) This song, despite having a low bpm, is very upbeat and i dont see a problem with keeping this spacing at all.
Also, please elaborate when you say the spacing is inconsistent, and yet you say its consistent just a few words later