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Mod, I guess.Also add a 1.11x greenline on 04:43:896 - to reflect the intensity of the piano parts (with adjustment of parts on 05:03:896 - ofc!)
00:30:458 (114,115) - mapping these two notes to the vocals here feels a little weird when you've followed it up by mapping closely to the piano, ignoring the denser vocals that are similar to this part. I recommend removing at least 00:30:458 (114) - , though I prefer removing both of these notes and letting the spinner alone carry you into the next section.
ok,removed both notes and moved the spinner to 00:30:614 -
Not mapping 1/4 to the piano at 00:45:146 - 00:52:646 - 00:57:646 - etc makes the transition between the 00:32:646 - 00:40:146 - section and the following section feel a little off. You've switched from focusing on the piano to the vocals, but in doing so you've created a strange effect where despite moving into a more intense section of the song, you've stopped using the denser patterns making the progression of density unclear and awkward. I recommend mapping some 1/4 to those piano sounds to make for a clearer density increase for the more intense section.
I actually tried adding doublets to the places suggested, but it really doesn't fit the part as I was mapping to 1/2 vocal there but suddenly there's 1/4 piano there...I think the notes on 00:44:833 (20,21,22,23) - was already clear showing that I am mapping to vocals from this part onwards.
01:33:271 (101,102,103,104,105,106,107,108,109,110,111) - I believe that dkddkk(kkkd) would be a truer way to map 1/6 to this 1/8 sound considering it doesn't start until the blue tick, and the longer 1/6 pattern here feels very sudden and forced.
many people have different opinions about this part. But I still decide to keep it as I think 1/6 burst for a whole beat would be fun. Also, 01:31:396 - this stream was already introducing high density pattern, I think players can react to the 1/6 with the help of sv too
01:37:333 (141) - This could be made a k to be consistent with every other instance of this percussion rhythm.
hmm but the simplest form of pattern should be like this
Notice that 01:37:333 - is without the percussion but instead here 01:37:489 -
02:36:864 (8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21) - Again, this 1/6 feels quite over the top. Something along the lines of ddkdkd(kkkkkkd) feels a lot better.
sorry but it's really upon different players...hope you understand.
04:23:114 (83,84,85,86,87,88,89,90,91,92,93,94,95,96) - Same as before.
04:47:489 (339,340,341,342) - dkkd seems more fitting to me. ye it's
That is all.