the vocal's clearly hold from 00:53 :158 - to 00:53:464 -
_Meep_ wrote:Its how I intepret the song. People may have a view of 'oh this is the chorus better not put 1/1 gaps so that there is momentum and they dont stop moving',for me its because 'oh its the chorus,well who cares its still part of the song,because the vocals did stop so I'll stop it as well.
pyroflayer wrote:You should explain what "your style" decides when to stop the motion then instead of just stating "its my style", because when i look its just random. For the similarities that exist in the music there should exist more 1/1 gaps without motion as I have stated, if there was a specific reason the song does something I missed you need to state it, otherwise you are just inconsistent.
its the same logic with the vocal from 00:52:087 - to 00:52:852 - , in this case why not pause at the end of this vocal?
why not also pause in places like 00:54:689 - 00:55:148 -
its very clear in all these cases that each vocal is a hold
either ways its clear you are not only mapping the vocals, in case you are mapping more of a filler type rhythm, which would mean it would make most sense to map the sounds 00:53:464 - and 01:03:260 -
also with your logic maybe you should consider skipping more sounds where you could interpret pauses like 01:16:423 (5) - .
but as I said, there are held vocals at where you pause the music. just because there is no articulation there doesn't mean the sound isn't there. But again you are not mapping ONLY the vocals, you map a lot of drum/guitar sounds and sounds exist at those points. You can't just say "its how I interpret the song" because there are more locations in this song that are similar to the ones I point out and you chose to not create this 1/1 pause in movement and rhythm.