chromoxx is quite busy IRL, so he asked me to fix it for him.
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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