Let's consider Tianna Bartoletta's gold medal jump in the Women's Long Jump during the Rio Olympics of 2016.
Nevo wrote:Let's consider Tianna Bartoletta's gold medal jump in the Women's Long Jump during the Rio Olympics of 2016.
the storyboarded hitsound were intended to fill out the blank sounds (aka the unhitsounded sound),
Hobbes2 wrote:top diff -
I don't really know if this is worth a dq, but 04:05:632 (2) - has a storyboarded hitsound there but there's a circle with the hitsound, so it ends up playing the hitsound really loud, or worse, it'll play the hitsound twice if the player hits the circle off time.
edit, while im here,
04:12:142 - im not sure if the hitsound is a mistake, but you can actually just hitsound the sliderhead instead of putting the whisle in the storyboard. that said, it actually just sounds weird so i think its a mistake anyway.
like i said to hobbes, its to give a small feedback to the unhitsounded part by giving sb'ed hitsound.
its full of sbd sounds lol theyre rly misleading cuz youre not hitting anything and the slider doesnt have a tick. since rc states that ticksounds are discouraged from being used i guess this is "worst" or something
that thing is supposed to be used on mania
also just by playing the intro you can notice how early the bpm is. it kinda normalizes from 00:36:544 (8) - until kiai where it matches the song accurately but everything else before that timestamp is very early
just look at this players acc meter, i experienced the same when i played it
i think thats not the only section with a wrong offset it seems
a more in depth look through timing would be nice
the storyboarded hitsound were intended to fill out the blank sounds (aka the unhitsounded sound)this doesn't address the issue at all, the timestamp hobbes mentioned is hitsounded with the same sample ON the object, with how osu handles hs, this becomes extremely loud if you hit the object properly. if you don't hit it properly hear two hitsounds which is even worse
this is what i mean actually. 00:45:743 - its true that this part need the sb hitsounds to give a little feedback on the sound which isnt mapped. but since you wanted me to delete the sb hitsounds. its better to delete all rather leaving some or any to make it consistent. so anyway, problem solved. removed the sb'ed hitsounds. (next time i should have asked a qat if its safe to put sb'ed hitsounds - _ -)
-Mo- wrote:To me it's pretty concerning if 03:53:038 this section can get away with not having SB hitsounds while 01:44:610 - 00:45:743 these sections are similar and for some reason need the SB hitsounds.
I understand some variation between the sections due it being a collab diff, but I don't feel like SB hitsounds are an appropriate solution.
00:50:554 (2,3,4) - 00:52:252 (3,4,5) - 01:06:120 (1,2,3,4) - i think val did most of the sliderjumps to follow the vocal there, 00:50:271 (1,2,3,4) - like this one. i can feel the flow that he's following the vocal here. and here 00:51:969 (2,3,4,5) - for the drums. doesnt it make sense tho? if you want proper reasoning, i think its best to ask the actual mapper who mapped that part.
Kuron-kun wrote:Additionally to what everyone posted:
The spread inside the difficulty itself is really inconsistent. The beginning and, specially, the first Kiai, barely plays like something above 4,5* whereas in the other kiais you have huge jumps, huge SVs (for example: 01:52:676 (3,1,2,1,2,1) - 02:01:592 (1,2,1,2,1,2,1,2) - ) that compared to the first one you have lower SV and lower jumps (for example: 00:54:233 (1,2,3,4) - ). It happens throughout the entire difficulty but it's really noticeable in the beginning.
I know this is a huge collab and such but It's not really an excuse to make things inconsistent in terms of difficulty spike. Everyone has their style but that doesn't mean they can make something really easy and then someone else makes something extremely hard for the same section.
I can't really think about anything else other than rework most of the patterns in a way that intensity feels as equal as possible between the mentioned parts. Definitely increasing the SV is a nice idea and you have a lot of spots like 00:50:554 (2,3,4) - 00:52:252 (3,4,5) - 01:06:120 (1,2,3,4) - to buff a little with some circle jumps, instead of low SV sliders.
If something felt questionable, feel free mention it.
just checked again, there are few people who said its not and said its early. but i think the correct one is indeed its off. my bad. fixed the timing. things should be just fine now and ready to go forward again.
pkhg wrote:isnt players hitting notes consitently late/early enough proof of a wrong timing?
also i didnt based it only that replay. most if not all players were doing the same in the same parts and it indeed feels off
for you. im pretty sure the offset is correct now. try asking others as well whether it is still late or not. cuz i've asked some people again after the offset change and they said its fine now.
pkhg wrote:still too early for me