eyes wrote:Hey, you might be interested in this
I was listening this song from different sites and looks like I've found another interesting variant of audio file
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Major differences are in this part 02:24:704 -
Obvious examples of differences are here 02:29:041 - and 03:29:764
Oh that's interesting! You might have an earlier version of it. I'm using the one from Powered by Inspected 2.
01:26:149 - deceleration looks really weak effect, acceleration would be nice or you might want to place some lagging effects It probably seems weak because I had to nerf it a lot because of the notes in the other columns. Heavier SV kept stretching out the LN lengths and made it really award to play.
01:28:318 - it's really strong sound, I think it should fall on high speed, not 1.0x speed, you can start speed uping by this moment 01:27:595 - or here 01:27:866 Cool idea, though still works how it is (the harder-hitting ones have SV effects so it balances out).
01:27:866 (87866|0) - I don't really understand what sound it is snapped for, if it is the voice, then it should be here 01:27:836 Made the snap earlier. Thanks.
01:46:639 (106639|3) - this should be on 2 for pitch relevance, 01:46:639 (106639|2,106639|3,106820|2,106820|1) - are same.
you can use this as proof 01:48:085 (108085|2,108265|2) Used to be like this, before the trill stuff in column 1 and 2 started making it really wonky.
01:58:047 - missed sound maybe Ehhh, it's pretty unimportant and quiet compared to the stuff around it.
04:20:366 - you might want use this effect At this point the SV has been toned down a lot. I think the slowjam does the job well enough.
Might look into this a bit later though if I change my mind.260366,-10,4,2,1,15,0,0noise sounds suddenly stops and by this you can emphasize the sudden transition from noise sounds to no background sounds