Muzukashii00:12:907 (27) - Would make this a finisher because it's not only the beginning of the song kind of but also there's a cymbal.
00:19:335 (52,53,54) - Would work better as k's cause it's a snare pattern in the song. i am using d / k for pitch here not drum relevance
00:24:264 - This is a very large difficulty spike for a part of the song that is meant to be calming down into this quieter section. simplified a bit. but this piano is pretty loud lol
00:32:835 (19) - It's not a sin, in fact, it's probably needed, to delete this note to have a break here, since muzus still should have 1/2 breaks every now and then. Also this doesn't sound like it's mapped to anything in particular in the first place.
00:37:549 (33) - Same with this note, you're mapping to that background guitar part that you had never mapped to before so it seems random.
00:39:049 - This is too busy for a calm section of the music, I recommend changing it to d k ddd k d k. disagree, the piano thing is the same as up there.
00:40:335 (47) - Also make this K since it's a drastic change in the instrumentation and also there's cymbal.
00:43:121 - / 00:49:978 - Don't see why this needs to be here or what it's supposed to represent, two 1/2 d's will have the same effect without the unnecessary added difficulty, and it will also put emphasis on the vocals you're mapping with the k's. yea but theres a piano thing there that sticks out a lot imo.
01:18:049 (99) - This should be a D, and to make it appropriate I would remove the triple and just make 01:17:835 (98) - a k instead. i don't use a finisher at the other place in this kiai that is the same. i think this is fine~
01:19:764 (105) - To match the D above this should also be a K, cause cymbal.
01:21:478 - In this area you may want to remove some triples in order to use appropriate finishers, I think the finishers represent the music more efficiently at this level than a triple. yea but i dont like finishers tbh. i dont want to say its my style but.. its my style. i think triples represent the song fine.
01:46:764 (40) - Ik you don't map every snare his as k, but this is so exposed you probably should.
03:31:871 - delet dis. no.
Oni00:41:514 (71) - This isn't in the music anywhere, and the beat it's before does not need any emphasis, so delete. actually there's a buzzing sound-- ok but for real a 1/1 gap there just seems weird as hell. i dont think 3/4 creates emphasis per se, since it's a double, but filling it in is nice.
01:27:049 (184) - This doesn't need a finisher.
01:26:514 (181) - All of the pickups like this are sacrificing not mapping the vocal (something important) for mapping the little background hihats (not important). I recommend you map to the voice like in the muzu for this section instead of doing some awkward improv stuff. but i dont want to map the vocals.. this stuff highlights the unique point of this song which is 3/4 based rhythm.
01:58:335 (40) - Again, this has no reason to be a finisher.
01:59:192 (46) - But this should be a finisher, usually the first beat of every 4, 8 or 16 bars is finished.
02:31:657 (37,38,39) - 1/8 doesn't really have any place in a 4* oni imo, it would throw people off too much for something that could be represented just fine with kdk.
03:31:871 - delet dis.