Namki wrote:hello, something I've noticed in mithew's diff~
mithew's light insane
- What about volume level throughout the diff? It is 60% all over the place but the song isn't like that. Song is calmer at the beginning, like, till 00:23:486 - and then gets intensier and louder. The same volume from the entire diff doesn't look good to be honest, it gives not that good feedback as it may give if you were altering your volume. volume control isn't necessary, the difference in feedback isn't significant with how little objects there are in the intro (the only place that would really warrant any volume control)
- 00:34:074 (10) - givinig more spacing makes little sense as there's literally no prominent sounds in music to be emphasized like that. Lower spacing fits better. what do you mean? the reason for this spacing is pretty distinguishable especially when you consider the spacing on 00:28:250 (2,3) -
- 01:55:603 (4,5,1,2,1) - this whole section lacks some emphasis. Let's take 01:54:545 (3) - and 01:55:250 (3) - , and 01:57:368 (3) - , and 01:58:074 (3) - , and 01:58:780 (3) - they all are more or less equal and you do not stack them unlike this one 01:55:956 (1) - . Why is that special? It does sound the same for me as well as the others. Also, 01:55:956 (1,2,1) - it sounds as a complete stanza and giving 01:56:662 (1) - extra emphasis by placing away and NCing looks senseless to me even though it's the new measure. 01:55:956 (1,2) - these two are very much distinct when comparing them to 01:54:545 (3) - and 01:55:250 (3) - (the added symbols + the fact that this is the end of the pattern lol) for that reason i mapped it in a way that was unique when comparing them. i didn't like showing the differences between 01:55:956 (1) - and 01:54:545 (3,3) - with higher spacing so i decided to show it with stacking.
01:56:662 (1) - the extra emphasis on this doesn't really take away from the stanza, it still feels complete when playing as the change in flow isn't significant and like you said, it is a new measure so it's fine to show that through the slight change in emphasis here
This sounds like you just want to avoid getting the map disqualified. The intro is significantly calmer than the rest of the song, it's also mapped with significantly lower volume in the other diffs of the spread, so please make that consistent.
mithew wrote:volume control isn't necessary, the difference in feedback isn't significant with how little objects there are in the intro (the only place that would really warrant any volume control)