Great mapset from my favorite probation BN, congrats~
Hi, I would like to mention some issues present in the lower difficulties of Taiko.As an outsider to Taiko, I'm wondering if the 3/1 needs to be that strict. In the Kantan's case, the diff is riddled with 5/2 spacings (just 1/2 away from the 3/1 suggested/required by the guideline). In fact, here's a listing of 5/2 spacings you can find in the sections you mentioned, separated in two parts as you pointed out (note that this is only 5/2 spacings, anything larger or smaller isn't listed):
- From 00:13:506 to 01:01:506 - there are no 3/1 or longer breaks in this 48-second session, which is in fact rather demanding for beginners owing to continuous patterning. I would suggest removing 00:26:256 (29) - 00:32:256 (37) - 00:48:756 (64) - 01:00:756 (84) - to crack the pattern chain for some rest moments.
- From 01:06:006 to 01:28:506 - similar to ^ , you may delete 01:12:756 (98) and 01:18:756 (106) -
- From 00:24:006 to 01:02:068 - same issue as Kantan, without any 2/1 breaks this time. Notes like 00:36:568 (62) - 00:48:943 (98,99) - should be removed to avoid consecutive mapping.
- From 01:11:256 to 01:48:006 - similar to ^ , you may delete 01:23:068 (180) - 01:34:693 (215,216) -
follow upWaiting for Chromoxx now
use the volumes that Chromoxx uses on kantan and futsuu, hitsounds are currently practically inaudible Increased volume to 90
bring the bg up on Chromoxx's diffs with the same value you did on kantan and futsuu (-100) Done
00:11:631 (13,14,15,16,17,18,19) - why the sudden rhythm change from 00:03:006 (1,2,3,4,5) - i recommend making the entire intro slightly more dense to bridge the gap with muzu Replaced most of the section with the usual 3/2 pattern.
i feel like overall futsuu needs more 1/2 specially at the intro when the muzu is going 1/4 (like 00:07:881 - ) Added a couple 1/2s in the intro on 00:13:506 (24,25,26) -
01:07:506 - 01:24:006 - has the same problem but on a lower scale since muzu only uses one 1/4 Added a few notes
01:13:881 (158) - move to 01:14:068 - and delete 01:14:256 (159) - the sudden 1/1 rhythm kinda throws off the 3/2 feeling you've been gathering up during this section Replaced with the usual pattern
01:30:006 (198) - missing finisher Added
01:41:068 (234) - could have finisher for the jarring sound Added
01:41:631 (235,236) - both have potent sounds to warrant a finisher Added
01:01:881 (215) - could move this to 01:01:131 - to have the kick represented and instead have 01:01:881 - as a break signifying that the kiai is over and that a calm part is coming and and and and fixed
01:47:631 - you can map this potent kick, you have a 2/1 rest moment immediately after fixed for consistency with the similar one
00:22:787 (93,95) - you could ctrlg these two so that the vocalist going up can be more represented i think he prefer to keep the kkk d instead of kdk k for the flow. It seems more consistent with pattern in general
01:01:131 - can map thisfdafd ye
01:55:318 (600,601,602) - could be a kdd i dont think the 3 notes share the exact same tone ye
01:56:818 (607,608,609) - samae but ddk? might be better to just let it as ddd. seems consistent with 01:50:818 (579,580,581) - 01:47:818 (565,566,567) -
00:39:943 - i know there is a note here, but i feel having a doublet dk dk pattern would fit so much better with the vocalist
00:51:943 - saem (for both) understandable, tho, i think chromoxx wanna get emphasis on this d 00:52:037 (307) - by using k here 00:51:943 (306) -
01:11:256 - this note can be confused as a separate note, consider doing the buildup progressive? I don't feel like building up progressively the speed up does really fit the music. (however, i do not really like how it overlap in 16:9 ; but I still find it ok)
01:29:068 - could be 1/6 kkkd i hear 4 notes on the melody considering the fact the 1/6 is quite low, I think 1/4 is ok
01:41:443 (665,666) - finisher on both for extra emphasis? considering how its mapped I think it might be better to keep it as simple note. He used finisher on this part for strong vocal like 01:46:506 (711,712,713,715) -
01:58:506 - and 01:59:256 - similar as in 01:11:256 -
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