xi - Ascension to Heaven [Taiko]

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Topic Starter
Remus
This beatmap was submitted using in-game submission on 18 января 2018 г. at 18:05:50

Artist: xi
Title: Ascension to Heaven
Source: BMS
Tags: artcore electronic piano parousia 100sec records bms of fighters 2009
BPM: 200
Filesize: 5773kb
Play Time: 05:06
Difficulties Available:
  1. Ascent (6,47 stars, 2068 notes)


Download: xi - Ascension to Heaven
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Can you reach the Heaven?
Nifty
here's a mod~


mod my m

◾ 00:43:044 (1) - / 02:04:644 (1) - / 03:59:844 (1) - I would move this to the red tick and/or give it a slightly faster sv so that it's not intruding on the last note's space.
◽ 00:44:169 - This should be 70%, 60% seems a little quiet for here.
◾ 01:56:169 (385) - Shouldn't this be k since it's a piano note?
◽ 04:53:809 - 195 -> 193
◾ 04:58:209 - These noises aren't aligned to the 1/4, so this patterns feels off. I suggest putting a slider until the large hit.
◽ 04:58:978 (1) - The end is unsnapped.

looks gr8
tatatat
please place a red line at 04:43:869 - (offset is 284169) with omit first bar line enabled. there is an extra unneeded barline that is ugly.
Axer
Here's my extremely smol mod

D = Big Don
d = Don

K = Big Kat
k = Kat


03:24:969 - add d
03:47:919 - There's a faint piano note here
04:58:978 (1) - The end of the spinner isn't snapped. Nifty already pointed it out ><

Alright, good luck with ranking this, very amazing job with the streams ><
Topic Starter
Remus

Nifty wrote:

here's a mod~


mod my m

◾ 00:43:044 (1) - / 02:04:644 (1) - / 03:59:844 (1) - I would move this to the red tick and/or give it a slightly faster sv so that it's not intruding on the last note's space. wow, really, fixed
◽ 00:44:169 - This should be 70%, 60% seems a little quiet for here. let's try
◾ 01:56:169 (385) - Shouldn't this be k since it's a piano note? lol, sure, didn't notice that
◽ 04:53:809 - 195 -> 193 yep
◾ 04:58:209 - These noises aren't aligned to the 1/4, so this patterns feels off. I suggest putting a slider until the large hit. i'll wait for another's opinion about this moment
◽ 04:58:978 (1) - The end is unsnapped. LUL, fixed

looks gr8

tatatat wrote:

please place a red line at 04:43:869 - (offset is 284169) with omit first bar line enabled. there is an extra unneeded barline that is ugly. oh lol, makes sense, fixed

Axer wrote:

Here's my extremely smol mod

D = Big Don
d = Don

K = Big Kat
k = Kat


03:24:969 - add d yes
03:47:919 - There's a faint piano note here i mapped only strong enough sounds
04:58:978 (1) - The end of the spinner isn't snapped. Nifty already pointed it out >< yeah ^^

Alright, good luck with ranking this, very amazing job with the streams >< owo
Thanks everyone for mod :>
Nepuri
Hi!

[General]
For anyone wondering, Yes this map is 5 minutes long and can be ranked, the osu!website just doesnt count the spinner.

Your audio file exceeds the rankable limit of 192kb/s : Yours is 260kb/s Please compress it and watch out for changed offset in your map afterwards.

00:05:769 - Please put the Red lines volume to 40% too so it matches the green lines volume.

04:44:181 - Delete this Green line, and put the Red lines Volume to 50%, putting a green line on a red line is only allowed to change SV, not Volume.



[Diff]
00:25:419 (26,27) - Change to dd? I dont believe a downpitched snare should deserve a k as emphasis, a dd would represent that a lot better; Its similar to how you mapped the same downpitched snare as d here: 00:26:694 (37,38) -

00:25:644 (28,29,30,31) - Change to ddkk? This goes by the same logic as above; note 28 and 29 are the said low snares, and 30/31 are high snares, the kddk pattern doesnt really capture any of that.

00:27:819 (49,50) - dd because note 50 (again) lies on a downpitched snare and a k on it doesnt differentiate it from the higher snares a lot, making it sound very weird.

00:29:544 (66) - I suggest you color this d? This stream is is mostly just kick-drum spam and i do not hear any snare on this tick. Even so, the snare is barely audible is very blurred, so putting 2 k's for something that is pretty silent and overshadowed by the kick-drums in the background is too much and sounds wrong. Having only a single kat works just fine aswell.

00:29:769 (68) - There is a clear Cymbal crash sound audible here. Please consider making this a kat finisher note.

00:30:219 (72,73) -; same as 00:25:419 (26,27)

00:30:444 (74,75,76,77) -; same as 00:25:644 (28,29,30,31)

00:32:619 (95,96) - This pattern does contradict how you mapped earlier. Yes, it emphasizes the downpitched snare on 96, but you have always mapped the kick-drum as d, so i dont understand why you mapped it like this now. i suggest change to dd.

00:33:444 (102) - make this a k? You can still hear the snare from 00:33:369 (101) - sound over to this note very clearly.

00:33:519 (103,104,105) - Similar to the stream at 00:28:869 - ; There is a 1/6 to be heard here. It would be nice if you could map it too as a (kkkd), as there is a highpitched snare here.

00:33:744 (106) - color to d? There is no special sound to be heard here, only a kickdrum so there isnt really a reason to make this a kat.

00:34:044 (111,112,113,114,115,116) - make this piece of pattern dkdkdk? There is no special sound to be heard on 113 and 115 and that warrants this pattern to be ddkdkk. You can much more clearly hear the snare on 112, 114 and a high pitched ting on 116 that would warrant a kat much more.

00:34:569 (117) - Another opportunity to place a finisher. Please consider, its a really distinct sound and should be finished.

00:37:419 (144,145) - dd, same as 00:27:819 (49,50)

00:35:244 (123,124,125,126) - ddkk, same as 00:25:644 (28,29,30,31)

00:35:019 (121,122) - dd, same as 00:25:419 (26,27)

00:38:544 (153) - color to kat? You can again hear a snare sound.

00:38:769 (157,158,159,160,161,162,163,164,165) - I do not understand what this is mapped to. If its mapped to the drums, then i would consider you would map a kat to the highpitched snares, which are audible at 00:38:769 - ; 00:38:994 - and maybe 00:39:219 -. That would result in this little pattern becoming kddkddkdk, which sounds a lot nicer.

00:39:369 (165) - again make this a finisher? If you want you can remove 00:39:294 (164) - to avoid a finisher that plays a bit weird.

00:39:819 (169,170) - dd again because you know why xD

00:40:569 (174,175,176,177,178,179) - why are these sounds suddenly so connected? i dont hear a sound on 00:40:644 - and 00:40:794 - ; so why are there notes? The rest of the section you never really added notes where there were no sounds. same for 01:07:119 (192,193,194,195,196,197) -

00:43:869 (1) - make this a kat finisher? I dunno but a clap noise would be more like a kat finisher instead of a don finisher. Making this a kat finisher would also make contrast to 00:44:169 (2) - this note.

00:44:169 (2) - Make this a don finisher too, you can hear the good old finisher-esque sound used in many songs.

00:44:469 (3) - theres a clap lying here, why isnt it a kat?

00:48:144 (32,33,34) - the kat that these 2 dons lead up to is a very weak echo of a clap. Its emphasized too much imo and you can delete 00:48:144 (32) - to make the clap not that much emphasized compared to 00:48:069 (31) -; which is a much louder clap.

00:50:694 - put a kat here? I can hear an echo of a clap that shouldnt be left out.

01:00:219 (135,136,137,138,139) - i find this ddkkd to be quite a dense pattern mapped to relatively silent sounds. Splitting it up into dk kd would be much better to fit the claps.

01:02:094 - another clap that has been left out. Maybe map it as dkd as youve done before with 01:00:819 (140,141,142) - ?

01:03:369 (165) - make this a kat finisher? You really missed a lot of opportunities to make finishers....

01:09:969 (216) - shift this note over to 01:09:894 -? This results in a dk kd; which suits the claps even better.

01:12:069 (235,236) - make this to a kd? This piano rises in pitch, but at a lower pitch than 01:12:369 (239,240) - So a single kat inside the stream would be appropiate to represent that.

01:20:169 (306,307) - color these 2 don? They only have strong kicks lying behind them and dont really fit to a k, since you mapped the section so that a kat usually belongs to a clap sound.

01:20:469 (308) - color k because clap sound, gives nice emphasis if you combine with my previous suggestion.

01:22:419 (331) - color kat? The piano noise picks up on pitch right before the stream ends so it would be a nice fit to add a kat here.

01:26:169 - shift this green line over to 01:22:869 - ? It will make all barlines move slower, which is more appropiate for a silent part. Also if someone plays the drum in this break it will silence those sounds too.

01:36:369 (352) - make this a kat too? This will have a very nice effect that only background piano sounds are d and foreground piano is d in this section giving it a nice structure.

02:05:769 (1) - Finisher please.

02:05:769 - to 02:24:969 -
->For me this section sounds very confused on what was mapped to. A few notes fit to the claps, and a few listen to the drums again. Please make your intentions with this part clearer/explain them to me so i can follow up in a next post.

02:28:194 (216) - color this a kat? the piano starts to pick up on pitch yet again and should be emphasized by putting a kat here.

02:28:569 (221,222) - swap these 2 notes? Then 02:28:494 (220,221) - these 2 notes will capture the sudden piano pitch rise much more clearly as it sounds sharper, just like the piano.

02:31:869 (263) - color this kat to make a double k leading into a white tick similar to 02:31:494 (258,259) - and the kind?

02:35:769 - from this point the piano chords you mapped to in this little pause section change a bit until 02:36:519 - . The strong sounds you ignored lie on 02:35:769 - and 02:36:219 - which i dont find properly emphasized with the patterns you carried over from the previous few seconds.

02:39:819 (356,357,358,359,360,361,362) - why is this suddenly mapped to the claps when you can hear some 1/4 piano in the background you can map to? Please map this little section to the piano to not abruptly change focus.

02:47:544 (442) - color this don so it reflects the pitch of the piano going down in relation to 02:46:869 (433,434) - and 02:47:169 (437,438) - better?

02:52:344 (495) - same as above.

02:56:619 - to 03:00:819 -
-> Why is there mapping to the clap pattern again when you can orient yourself on the piano background once more just like you did at 02:34:719 -

03:06:744 (651) - change to don for pitch, reason already given.

03:11:544 (706) - ^

03:16:344 (763) - ^

03:18:894 (788) - color this don to emphasize the very high pitched piano chord at 03:18:969 (789) - more?

03:19:044 (790) - shift this over to 03:19:119 - to make said high pitched piano chord stand out more by giving a 1/2 break after? Also make the dkd triplet that comes when you apply to a ddk to fit the snare as a filler rhythm.

03:22:494 (834) - making this to a kat will make this last part before the last very strong note a bit more intense, fitting to a buildup, and also make the last note stand out more since all notes around the last sound will be a kat if you apply this.

03:36:219 - why is this diddling noise left out when you mapped something to it at? You can atleast map something to it, it doesnt have to be a 1/4 stream or something. Just some notes to acknowledge its existence.

03:53:169 - why is this note here? there is no sounds in the music and it would be better if this part that in relatively sparse in drums would be mapped precisely to the drums to capture the rhythm better.

03:57:069 (908) - theres a higher pitched snare that should be a kat, as you mapped all higher pitched snares with a kat in this section.

03:54:069 (892) - also this should be a kat too, to differ it as a high pitched snare from the others.

03:55:644 (900) - same goes for here

03:57:444 (912) - same here.

03:59:919 (1) - shorten this spinner to 04:00:594 - and put a kat finisher 04:00:669 - here. Similar to how you handled this musical pattern at 00:43:119 -

04:04:344 (46) - make this a don pleaaaaase; it makes the piano pitch thats going down clearer again!

04:09:144 (101) - same here.

04:14:919 (170,171) - swap these two notes to fit better to the clap filler rhythm you made here?

04:17:994 (196,204) - I suggest you make these two notes a kat, the piano changes pitch at each beat and it would play better and make more sense in general to have the color change on a beat.

04:23:544 (272) - d because the pitch ive explained like 100 times now.

04:28:419 (330) - make this a don because the pitch is not going up here, nor is there any other important sound, it goes strictly down and i dont know why there is a kat.

04:33:144 (390) - blaaah make this don.

04:36:894 (434) - make this a kat because the piano pitch rises up quite sharply here, which would fit to a triple kat inside this stream much better than a kdk.

04:39:294 (467) - make this a kat to emphasize the last note more by differing it as a don, and also to emphasize the buildup by making kats more frequent as the piano ramps up.


This map needs a lot of work in patterns/consistency. I hope you can move forward with this. Good luck.
Topic Starter
Remus

Nepuri wrote:

Hi!

[General]
For anyone wondering, Yes this map is 5 minutes long and can be ranked, the osu!website just doesnt count the spinner.

Your audio file exceeds the rankable limit of 192kb/s : Yours is 260kb/s Please compress it and watch out for changed offset in your map afterwards. i wanted to do it later, but ok

00:05:769 - Please put the Red lines volume to 40% too so it matches the green lines volume. done

04:44:181 - Delete this Green line, and put the Red lines Volume to 50%, putting a green line on a red line is only allowed to change SV, not Volume. done



[Diff]
00:25:419 (26,27) - Change to dd? I dont believe a downpitched snare should deserve a k as emphasis, a dd would represent that a lot better; Its similar to how you mapped the same downpitched snare as d here: 00:26:694 (37,38) - done


00:25:644 (28,29,30,31) - Change to ddkk? This goes by the same logic as above; note 28 and 29 are the said low snares, and 30/31 are high snares, the kddk pattern doesnt really capture any of that. i guess you are right here


00:27:819 (49,50) - dd because note 50 (again) lies on a downpitched snare and a k on it doesnt differentiate it from the higher snares a lot, making it sound very weird. ye, got it


00:29:544 (66) - I suggest you color this d? This stream is is mostly just kick-drum spam and i do not hear any snare on this tick. Even so, the snare is barely audible is very blurred, so putting 2 k's for something that is pretty silent and overshadowed by the kick-drums in the background is too much and sounds wrong. Having only a single kat works just fine aswell. not sure 100%, but ok, let's try


00:29:769 (68) - There is a clear Cymbal crash sound audible here. Please consider making this a kat finisher note. to be honest,
i forgot to make finishers LUL, ty



00:30:219 (72,73) -; same as 00:25:419 (26,27)

00:30:444 (74,75,76,77) -; same as 00:25:644 (28,29,30,31)

00:32:619 (95,96) - This pattern does contradict how you mapped earlier. Yes, it emphasizes the downpitched snare on 96, but you have always mapped the kick-drum as d, so i dont understand why you mapped it like this now. i suggest change to dd. for me they are different and this one should be kat to follow 00:32:469 (94) - this one and yeah, emphasize 00:32:694 (96) -

00:33:444 (102) - make this a k? You can still hear the snare from 00:33:369 (101) - sound over to this note very clearly. nice, i really lost this moment changed it somehow

00:33:519 (103,104,105) - Similar to the stream at 00:28:869 - ; There is a 1/6 to be heard here. It would be nice if you could map it too as a (kkkd), as there is a highpitched snare here. i hear no 1/6 here

00:33:744 (106) - color to d? There is no special sound to be heard here, only a kickdrum so there isnt really a reason to make this a kat. changed it somehow

00:34:044 (111,112,113,114,115,116) - make this piece of pattern dkdkdk? There is no special sound to be heard on 113 and 115 and that warrants this pattern to be ddkdkk. You can much more clearly hear the snare on 112, 114 and a high pitched ting on 116 that would warrant a kat much more. i guess i leave it as it is, and if someone will offer something like that again - i'll change

00:34:569 (117) - Another opportunity to place a finisher. Please consider, its a really distinct sound and should be finished.y

00:37:419 (144,145) - dd, same as 00:27:819 (49,50)

00:35:244 (123,124,125,126) - ddkk, same as 00:25:644 (28,29,30,31)

00:35:019 (121,122) - dd, same as 00:25:419 (26,27)

00:38:544 (153) - color to kat? You can again hear a snare sound. he is too low to be kat + we did the d d dddk before, you mentioned this

00:38:769 (157,158,159,160,161,162,163,164,165) - I do not understand what this is mapped to. If its mapped to the drums, then i would consider you would map a kat to the highpitched snares, which are audible at 00:38:769 - ; 00:38:994 - and maybe 00:39:219 -. That would result in this little pattern becoming kddkddkdk, which sounds a lot nicer. done

00:39:369 (165) - again make this a finisher? If you want you can remove 00:39:294 (164) - to avoid a finisher that plays a bit weird. done

00:39:819 (169,170) - dd again because you know why xD

00:40:569 (174,175,176,177,178,179) - why are these sounds suddenly so connected? i dont hear a sound on 00:40:644 - and 00:40:794 - ; so why are there notes? The rest of the section you never really added notes where there were no sounds. same for 01:07:119 (192,193,194,195,196,197) - change somehow

00:43:869 (1) - make this a kat finisher? I dunno but a clap noise would be more like a kat finisher instead of a don finisher. Making this a kat finisher would also make contrast to 00:44:169 (2) - this note. forgot to change

00:44:169 (2) - Make this a don finisher too, you can hear the good old finisher-esque sound used in many songs. done

00:44:469 (3) - theres a clap lying here, why isnt it a kat? idk

00:48:144 (32,33,34) - the kat that these 2 dons lead up to is a very weak echo of a clap. Its emphasized too much imo and you can delete 00:48:144 (32) - to make the clap not that much emphasized compared to 00:48:069 (31) -; which is a much louder clap. done

00:50:694 - put a kat here? I can hear an echo of a clap that shouldnt be left out. well, i don't xd

01:00:219 (135,136,137,138,139) - i find this ddkkd to be quite a dense pattern mapped to relatively silent sounds. Splitting it up into dk kd would be much better to fit the claps. done

01:02:094 - another clap that has been left out. Maybe map it as dkd as youve done before with 01:00:819 (140,141,142) - ? lol, missed that, sure

01:03:369 (165) - make this a kat finisher? You really missed a lot of opportunities to make finishers.... not sure of this one, but let's try

01:09:969 (216) - shift this note over to 01:09:894 -? This results in a dk kd; which suits the claps even better. done

01:12:069 (235,236) - make this to a kd? This piano rises in pitch, but at a lower pitch than 01:12:369 (239,240) - So a single kat inside the stream would be appropiate to represent that. it's kd already lol

01:20:169 (306,307) - color these 2 don? They only have strong kicks lying behind them and dont really fit to a k, since you mapped the section so that a kat usually belongs to a clap sound. done

01:20:469 (308) - color k because clap sound, gives nice emphasis if you combine with my previous suggestion. done

01:22:419 (331) - color kat? The piano noise picks up on pitch right before the stream ends so it would be a nice fit to add a kat here. it's already kat lul

01:26:169 - shift this green line over to 01:22:869 - ? It will make all barlines move slower, which is more appropiate for a silent part. Also if someone plays the drum in this break it will silence those sounds too. done

01:36:369 (352) - make this a kat too? This will have a very nice effect that only background piano sounds are d and foreground piano is d in this section giving it a nice structure. meeeh

02:05:769 (1) - Finisher please. really not sure, i'll someone else too

02:05:769 - to 02:24:969 -
->For me this section sounds very confused on what was mapped to. A few notes fit to the claps, and a few listen to the drums again. Please make your intentions with this part clearer/explain them to me so i can follow up in a next post. next post? :o i don't really know how to explain it right,
so i'll ask some friends to help me in translation


02:28:194 (216) - color this a kat? the piano starts to pick up on pitch yet again and should be emphasized by putting a kat here. no, for me start is at 02:28:269 (217) -

02:28:569 (221,222) - swap these 2 notes? Then 02:28:494 (220,221) - these 2 notes will capture the sudden piano pitch rise much more clearly as it sounds sharper, just like the piano. swaped 220 and 221

02:31:869 (263) - color this kat to make a double k leading into a white tick similar to 02:31:494 (258,259) - and the kind? i will really lose emphasizing at 02:29:769 - , so no

02:35:769 - from this point the piano chords you mapped to in this little pause section change a bit until 02:36:519 - . The strong sounds you ignored lie on 02:35:769 - and 02:36:219 - which i dont find properly emphasized with the patterns you carried over from the previous few seconds. this part was supposed to be drum-related

02:39:819 (356,357,358,359,360,361,362) - why is this suddenly mapped to the claps when you can hear some 1/4 piano in the background you can map to? Please map this little section to the piano to not abruptly change focus. done

02:47:544 (442) - color this don so it reflects the pitch of the piano going down in relation to 02:46:869 (433,434) - and 02:47:169 (437,438) - better? no for me

02:52:344 (495) - same as above.

02:56:619 - to 03:00:819 -
-> Why is there mapping to the clap pattern again when you can orient yourself on the piano background once more just like you did at 02:34:719 - changes somehow

03:06:744 (651) - change to don for pitch, reason already given. no, i will lose my structure here

03:11:544 (706) - ^

03:16:344 (763) - ^

03:18:894 (788) - color this don to emphasize the very high pitched piano chord at 03:18:969 (789) - more? sounds confusing for me, eh...

03:19:044 (790) - shift this over to 03:19:119 - to make said high pitched piano chord stand out more by giving a 1/2 break after? Also make the dkd triplet that comes when you apply to a ddk to fit the snare as a filler rhythm. 03:19:194 (796,797,798,799) - i will lose emphasizing of them

03:22:494 (834) - making this to a kat will make this last part before the last very strong note a bit more intense, fitting to a buildup, and also make the last note stand out more since all notes around the last sound will be a kat if you apply this. lol, missed

03:36:219 - why is this diddling noise left out when you mapped something to it at? You can atleast map something to it, it doesnt have to be a 1/4 stream or something. Just some notes to acknowledge its existence. changed somehow

03:53:169 - why is this note here? there is no sounds in the music and it would be better if this part that in relatively sparse in drums would be mapped precisely to the drums to capture the rhythm better. idk ,iss that moment, ehm

03:57:069 (908) - theres a higher pitched snare that should be a kat, as you mapped all higher pitched snares with a kat in this section. done

03:54:069 (892) - also this should be a kat too, to differ it as a high pitched snare from the others. idk here, i'll keep it for now

03:55:644 (900) - same goes for here done

03:57:444 (912) - same here. ???

03:59:919 (1) - shorten this spinner to 04:00:594 - and put a kat finisher 04:00:669 - here. Similar to how you handled this musical pattern at 00:43:119 - sure, didn't notice it so long

04:04:344 (46) - make this a don pleaaaaase; it makes the piano pitch thats going down clearer again! hehe

04:09:144 (101) - same here. hehe

04:14:919 (170,171) - swap these two notes to fit better to the clap filler rhythm you made here? of course

04:17:994 (196,204) - I suggest you make these two notes a kat, the piano changes pitch at each beat and it would play better and make more sense in general to have the color change on a beat. well, let's keep it, and in some case - i'll change it to your offer :^)

04:23:544 (272) - d because the pitch ive explained like 100 times now. here the first moment i am agree with that pitch, but now i don't want to break consistency of stream's structure

04:28:419 (330) - make this a don because the pitch is not going up here, nor is there any other important sound, it goes strictly down and i dont know why there is a kat.

04:33:144 (390) - blaaah make this don.

04:36:894 (434) - make this a kat because the piano pitch rises up quite sharply here, which would fit to a triple kat inside this stream much better than a kdk. done

04:39:294 (467) - make this a kat to emphasize the last note more by differing it as a don, and also to emphasize the buildup by making kats more frequent as the piano ramps up. done


This map needs a lot of work in patterns/consistency. I hope you can move forward with this. Good luck.
Wow, dude, that was a really huge mod. If i could, i give you 5 kudosu :o
Thanks so much for help, you found really good stuff :>
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