Maybe add 4 exclamation points at the end of the diff names like the song title has...? :vgood idea! kds'd
thanks for checking with me -_-if u really wanted a rhythm based explanation its me wanting to emphasise drum on a held guitar note. i hope that satisfies you, but, the ultimate main reason is because i like the fact that the 2 sliders slur as the guitar slurs. having a hitcircle in between inhibits that flowy motion too much because of its snappy nature and how i dont think i can make the emphasis good enough.
anyway i guess it's better now. i still don't really understand your reasoning at
00:05:043 (3,4) - this rhythm everywhere doesn't really make sense to me. it works a lot better ctrl g'd, cuz there's a melody note (melody which was followed by 00:04:422 (1,2) - ) on 00:05:043 (3) - and 00:05:354 - but not 00:05:199 - . so it actually makes more sense to ctrl g all of these rhythm wise in order to follow that better. keeping this because i like the flowy texture between 2 sliders when the guitar notes are being played (imagine the following slider is stacked on the hitcircle, it works something like that)
this doesn't actually address what i said at all? like i'm talking about rhythm and you seem to be talking about object placement and textures of sliders o.o
you can easily create the same movement with more logical clicking by doing what i suggested, i'd like you to explain why you prefer this clicking pattern. preferably without talking about flow or texture or whatever.
also http://puu.sh/xt3ex/8322af06f2.png lol nice