teaMblack19 wrote:[ Grim's Ura Oni]
- 00:48:316 (6) - change to k to emphasize next note. Changed! Also changed 00:48:076 (5) - to k since vocals stressed a little here
> 01:11:356 (150) Changed 01:11:116 (149) - instead, vocal is more stressed here
> 02:05:116 (540) Changed 02:04:876 (539) - instead for same reason as above
- 00:52:396 (19,20,21) - 1/8 rhythm. Perhaps someone already wrote to you that 1/8 isn't good and you rejected it. But I will try to argue.
In the places where you put 1/8 patterns, there is not one outstanding sound for this. Yes there is, delete the notes and listen to it
You don't use 1/8 anywhere after the start of the first KIAI. Because the sound I mapped there doesn't appear anywhere else in the song. If you can point to anywhere else in the song that that particular noise is repeated, I will add the 1/8 there to keep it consistent.
1/6 is more consistent with other parts and plays better. I feel the 1/8 plays well, I did however try changing it to 1/6 and to me it felt awkward to listen to and play since the sound I was originally following is two different bursts instead of one solid sound.
Finally, SR doesn't change after removing all 1/8 patterns, if it's important. It's not important
Thus, it's better to use kkkd 1/6 pattern here. I disagree, I feel the 1/8 follows this sound much better thank 1/6 in both playing and sound
> 01:05:116 (108,109,110,111,112) - kkkd 1/6 No change for same reason as above
> 01:08:716 (137,138,139,140,141,142) - kddk 1/6 to emphasize vocal and сonsider next finisher. I feel that the 1/8 aptly emphasizes the finisher that follows, changing it to 1/6, like I said above, masks over the two separate sounds played here and is confusing to listen to/play
- 00:52:996 (24) - add d here? I seee what you want me to map here but I'm going to pass, I feel like a triplet here breaks the flow after the kkk d pattern prior to it
The rest is fine, I like it!
Thank you for the time you took to mod and for the suggestions I accepted!