00:10:100 - You could add a d here since there is also a vocal and it would stay consistent with the other doublets. I think it's monotonous because doublets will too continuous.
01:04:100 - 01:05:755 - Mmm... how about making these 2 triplets different from each other since the vocals sound different too changed the latter triplet to dkd, and 01:06:479 (83,84) - changed to dk in order to make different color scheme from 01:05:755 (78,79,80) -
00:21:272 - I would try moving this to 00:21:376 - to emphasize the vocal better I want to avoid using 3/4 in this part.
00:21:686 - k instead to emphasize the pitch change on 00:21:893 - ? changed
00:22:928 - Same as earlier, move to 00:23:031 - to emphasize the vocal better? I keep it because of same reason.
01:02:238 - Maybe make this a ddd triplet since there is a vocal on 01:02:341 - which isn't there for the other patterns added
01:10:617 - Idk... I don't really see any reason for the doublets to be here since there is no strong sound on the blue tick, maybe move these notes to 01:10:410 - etc. to emphasize the vocals? moved
00:52:513 (23,24,25,26) - I would change this to D D K K to be consistent with 00:02:445 (4,5,6,7) - changed
00:10:307 - You could add a d to emphasize the rise in intensity in the vocals added
00:21:065 - Idk... I would just delete this note for a small break and a better transition into the next part tbh deleted
00:26:444 - ^Same deleted
01:04:100 - The vocals here get more intense but the map gets calmer... maybe shift the triplets a bit to emphasize the vocals in this part a bit more? I keep it to show the changing of flow and in order to unify 01:04:100 (17,18) - and 01:05:755 (19,20) - as well.
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00:02:445 (6,7,8,9,10,11) - Something like this will do to emphasize "a e i u e o ao!"
putted same pattern as oni
00:09:893 (29,30,31,32,33,34,35) - The dk patterns in 00:10:721 (33,34,35,36) may be hard to read, maybe just leave out the dons
changed dk to kk and 00:10:514 - changed to d
00:52:513 (36,37,38,39,40,41) - That pattern may be a bit hard to read so I'm suggesting the same pattern shown in the top image
I keep it to show the percussion difference from top image part
00:57:272 (15) - Remove this if possible deleted
01:04:100 (47,48,49,50,51,52,53,54) - Swap 01:04:513 (50) into a kat, 01:04:720 (51,52,53) into triplet dons, and insert another don in 01:05:134
I didn't swap it in order to show the difference of vocal from 01:05:755 (56,57,58,59,60,61,62) - . Also,I want to make many 1/1s since 1/4s are many a little.
01:05:341 (54,55,56,57,58,59,60,61,62,63,64,65) - Something like this might do the trick
I keep it because of same reason.
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Hello, I would like to provide some suggestions regarding consecutive mapping in Muzukashii.In addition, I deleted 00:44:651 (2,3) - to make 2/1 break.
- From 00:31:616 to 01:25:202 - , there are no 2/1 breaks within this 54-second session, which could be quite demanding for intermediate players. I would recommend removing 01:15:272 (95) - for a grace period upon the end of the kiai to rest a bit after the long straining patterns. deleted
- 00:12:789 (42) - you may remove this note for consistency if you apply ^ ^
- 00:46:306 (10) and 00:47:134 (14) - different from Oni, these two notes sound a bit out of place owing to its pattern and the underlying vocal. I would suggest deleting them and adding d at 00:46:513 - to cohere with the note at 00:47:341 - Surely it is a bit out of place from the vocals, but in order to treat 00:10:721 - 01:10:306 - etc as a unique pattern, I would want to put simpler rhythm here. This part also consists only of simple rhythm in all diffs.