Wasn't really expecting this, but thank you for trying!
Namki wrote:hello, not for a deep modding here but still.
- 00:32:710 (25) - it's kinda strange having the same density note for the new measure. Also music there changes a lot, new instrumentals are instroduced, in that case Don fits much better. Also, you may want to reconsider the whole pattern if you change 00:32:710 - to D. I've used this pattern a few times throughout the map, more precisely the parts where the cymbals are the most dominant sound. So eh,
I don't think this needs to be changed.
- 00:35:437 (33,34,35,36,37,38,39,40) - can't really get the point of this pattern tbh. if would be logical if you had the same pattern with Dons but there... idk, doesn't really fit the structure itself. This used to be the same as before, but after some talking with a few people about this I decided to use kats here, 1. for at least a bit of variation and 2. for the rising synth pitch. Unchanged.
NOTE: 01:40:892 (12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19) - the same and others. Keeping the structure here.
- 00:42:937 (77,78,79) - as there's such clap at 00:42:937 - it would be pretty logical to indicate this unlike 00:42:596 (75,76) - .
NOTE: 01:48:392 (56,57,58) - etc. What. I don't really understand what you mean, I can only explain why I mapped it like this: look, the stream should be clear, 00:42:426 (74,75,76,77,78,79) - is mapped to the piano pitch, and as on 00:42:937 (77) and 00:43:278 (79) there are clearly audible crash cymbals, I mapped them as finishers. If I got you wrong on this, please let me know.
- 03:16:346 (646,1) - unsure about this one, isn't that better to start spinner from here 03:16:346 - as vocals are prominent.
01:27:255 (346,1) - the same. 01:29:812 (2,1) - and 03:18:903 (2,1) - . 03:21:801 (3,1) - etc. this is the weirdest part of the map, I gotta admit that. The main purpose of the spinners is to stretch the vocals which start on 03:16:346 (646) , as you've said. I had it like this before, but after a suggestion from a mod I applied it cause it sounds fine to me. I'm still thinking about whether I should use sliders here instead or not, but for now I'll leave it as it is.
- 04:58:619 - skipping the new measure first beat isn't a good idea, tbh. I'm focusing on the new instruments which are playing in this part, so duck the beat.
nothing extraordinary, neat