Overall this one felt random. Patterns were use either once, and forgotten about, which makes them stick out in a part of a song which shouldn't, and other parts of the song weren't clear with their spacing, and what the song is following.Thanks for mod
It was hard to write a mod since ideas were not so clear. This although maybe due to me being sleep deprived, but even so, please make ideas stand out more, by repeating them.
An idea said twice is over thrice the strength of an idea said once. Though I agree I wouldn't prefer to keep using same patterns. I actually have for a lot of rhythms if you looked at it again. I was quite repetitive with the pattern choices as well since it was mostly copy paste from one another.
Maybe use an NC here > 00:02:950 (3) , or here > 00:02:790 (2) to show difference inn rhythm in the same spacing. Did something different
00:23:854 (1,2,3,4,5) - Here is an example of a patter never used again. This stands out because it is very obviously sliders on top of each other. Please repeat patterns in the section of the song, so they don't feel placed there for "variety", disregarding the song. I wouldn't be so sure, even though it may not seem like it this could be interpreted as the same pattern 00:27:684 (1,2,3.4,5) -
00:28:322 (3,4,5) - Spacing needs contrast in order to stand out. With linear jumps, it was obvious to the player if objects were spaced differently. This triangleish pattern doesn't emphasize object 5 correctly. Make spacing between 3 and 4 smaller to show this off. Slight tweaks but object 5 doesn't have any impact because nothings really on it.
01:12:365 (1,2,3,4,5,1) - This entire part of the map feels too crowded. Maybe space objects more? This was already mapped a lot at but mentioned only at the end? 01:01:673 (4,5,6,1,2,3,4,1) - I'll keep it
01:16:195 (1,2) - Object placements used too rarely stand out when they really shouldn't. This pattern stands out since it is structured so much differently than anything else in this section. This is not what should be done since the song doesn't change enough to justify this. Try and match 01:12:205 (5,1) , since it sound pretty similar. Even though that could be the case the one you mentioned is for a strong individual beat. The one I did at 01:16:195 (1,2) - is to make out the two consecutive drum beats that play on one another. I'll keep it in mind if anyone asks about it