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This beatmap was submitted using in-game submission on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at 1:08:33 PM

Artist: Twenty Knives
Title: Crow's Ghost
Tags: breakcore dnb live fast and die with a broken heart
BPM: 190
Filesize: 3569kb
Play Time: 03:10
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Download: Twenty Knives - Crow's Ghost
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8/9/17

Redownload this mapset if you downloaded this before September 15, 2017.

to-do:
- hitsounds and mods (2/1/2/3/3)

changelog
8/9/17 - Observer difficulty created.
10/9/17 - Hard and Insane difficulties created.
11/9/17 - Amended some silly missing LN in the Hard difficulty. Removed the "wiosna" tag.
11/9/17 (2) - Applied Todestrieb's and Abraxos' mods.
12/9/17 - Slight edit across all three difficulties.
13/9/17 - Added Easy and Normal difficulties. Easy difficulty is particularly bad, and I'll probably redo this at some point.
13/9/17 (2) - Renamed the Easy difficulty to Normal, Normal difficulty to Advanced.
14/9/17 - Applied Blocko's and snexe's mods.
15/9/17 - Replaced ogg file with mp3.
19/9/17 - Slight offset change, thanks XeoStyle for pointing it out.
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God this mapset is too good.

1|2|3|4

Insane
00:38:560 (38560|2) - Maybe CTRL+H / move the LN to 2? Having to hold it and press the notes on 4 is a bit tricky.

01:14:718 (74718|3,74876|0) - Maybe CTRL+H these two notes? Having to hold 2 and press these 01:14:876 (74876|0,75034|0) - is bit tricky.

02:32:797 (152797|3) - I don't really know if there is a sound here, this part sounds like the previous one (02:31:929 (151929|2,151929|1,152087|3,152166|2,152245|0,152245|1) - ) and you didn't put the note here, so idk maybe delete?...

02:53:008 (173008|3) - Same for here.


Observer
00:18:745 (18745|2) - Maybe add a note here? There is clearly a sound in 25% speed (You also didn't put it in the Hard and Insane if you want to add them in these diff too).

00:25:060 (25060|0) - ^


Nothing much else to say, really clean and solid structure, really looking forward seeing this mapset in the ranked section.
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ogg files are apparently unrankable but it's only written into the hitsounding category if you want to learn more see t/611724
offset is a bit weird i guess try 820 mod will be in old offset
is it just me or does your file have an unused storyboard


observer


00:14:402 (14402|1) - maybe to 1 because like 00:14:087 (14087|0,14245|0,14402|1) - has the thing sound thing i am bad at descriptions also 00:14:402 (14402|3,14402|1,14560|3,14560|1) - weird to make these the same chords

00:16:139 (16139|2,16613|0) - cause i saw like 00:12:824 (12824|1,13613|1) - this thing where you repeated patterns i thought you could maybe change 00:16:613 (16613|0,16771|2,16771|3) - into 3[34] or 3[23]; second one a bit gayer

00:18:429 - you ignored a woosh thing here which you did not ignore back at 00:12:074 (12074|2) - ok maybe theyre a bit different but the woosh thing is still there

00:18:745 - $10% people will complain
00:21:271 - $20% people will complain
idm these btw
00:25:060 - $30% ok ill stop sorry actually no this one is a bit more obvious listen to it on normal playback

00:21:666 (21666|3,21666|2,21824|2,21824|3) - second chord should be a bit more airy
00:21:745 - also theres snares on the 1/4s here too but again idm ignoring these

00:22:218 (22218|2,22297|3) - flip so it looks like 00:10:218 (10218|1,10297|3,10376|1,10455|3) - maybe

00:22:455 (22455|3,22534|2,22613|0,22613|1) - you can flip this since last round you already did the slap snare sound on [12] also it follows up with 00:23:245 (23245|3,23245|2) -

00:23:402 (23402|0) - is there enough emphasis idk

00:23:718 (23718|2) - starts 1/8 before
00:24:429 (24429|0) - probably some weird ass 1/7.9999999295i9568945678903567892357890235 snap but its defs. not this late also it should?? end early but i get why it ends at 1/2 anw

make sure to transfer over the snapped LNs to the other diffs btw

00:26:718 (26718|2,26876|1,26876|3) - sounds like where youd put some LN thing

00:27:902 (27902|1,28139|2,28376|3) - would prefer if these were in the same column to make the jumpy effect more pronounced

00:30:192 (30192|3,30192|2,30350|3,30350|0,30508|0,30508|1) - i guess this is somewhat of a good compromise but like idk i feel like it's not really enough
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Image cuz the middle 323 makes it such that it focuses the player more on the inner columns and by doing that the [34][23][12] thing looks wayyyy more obvious idk my opinion im stupid


00:31:929 (31929|0) - if you did above then this would make sense to go to er 3 yes
00:31:929 (31929|1,31929|0,32087|0,32087|2,32087|3,32245|1,32245|3,32402|2,32402|3,32402|0) - if you want this to be more cohesive then erm do the above and 00:32:245 (32245|3) - shift to 3 also
i think you have to adjust the stuff above if you do this

00:32:560 (32560|2,32797|0,33034|3) - same thing as before would prefer if in same column
00:33:271 - think if you did above then this can look something like
this
Image idk though it looks a bit monotonous


00:35:245 - part is a bit copy pasted so will assume same position for this part

00:38:560 (38560|3) - i think 1 LN is enough this note kinda detracts from the swooosh feeling for me

can see a bit of repetition for this whole part so will assume you can apply throughout so will stop pointing (why am i even assuming you definitely do)
00:48:508 - starting back here

01:04:929 (64929|0,65087|0,65245|0) - seems like a bit of a victim of circumstance here, i think the stack thing should be better off within 01:04:613 (64613|1,64613|0,64771|1,64850|3,64929|0,65008|2) - notes like these

01:08:560 (68560|0,68560|1,68639|2,68797|2,68797|3,68876|1) - shouldnt the double be on the like next 1/4 with the snare thing

01:09:350 (69350|3,69429|1,69508|2,69587|1,69666|3,69666|0) - maybe change to like idk 2424[13]
01:09:666 - only reason why it sounds so weird here is because the offset is a bit off so ill try my best to decipher stuff

01:15:034 (75034|2,75034|3,75034|0,75350|2,75350|1,75350|0) - perhaps same columns
01:18:824 (78824|2) - maybe LN

think part after preview point is about the same as before, so you can extrapolate but ill try to point out some other stuff
regarding the 01:33:192 (93192|3,93429|1,93666|3) - i think theres should be a way to execute it without making everything the same, maybe like do this https://osu.ppy.sh/ss/9065138 for the first half and then make them in the same columns for the second
another suggeggstiong would be 01:43:297 (103297|3,103376|2,103534|2,103613|3,103771|3,103850|2) - doing something like this for the first part and then graduating to the same column thing (btw i dont really think shapes like [13][31][13] are too obvious to the player so you could exercise some caution with that i guess maybe)

this page will be washed with blood probably

01:49:218 (109218|3,109218|2,109297|0,109297|1) - think this is a bit disingenuous (if you can call a pattern that), personally feel that there should be more emphasis on 01:49:297 (109297|1,109297|0) - cause it should pair with 01:49:455 (109455|2,109455|3,109455|0) -
01:54:271 (114271|1,114350|2,114429|0,114429|1,114508|3,114508|2) - case here is a bit different (and should be fine imo), now theres 1/4 note stuff beforehand lending further expectations of emphasis on the ending snare note

02:41:087 (161087|1,161087|0,161166|0,161166|1) - maybe not double double but double single, not strong enough to me
if you like did the above then 02:41:639 (161639|2,161639|3,161718|1,161876|1,161876|2,161955|0) - could possibly be the same as that thing

02:44:560 (164560|2,164560|1) - 03:04:771 (184771|2,184771|1) - these are a bit iffy to be doubled

02:51:666 (171666|2,171666|3) - snare is a bit different from your usual 02:50:402 (170402|2,170402|3) - ones

02:59:876 (179876|1,179876|0) - you did the 1/8 grace thing here ok now im beginning to doubt the legitimacy of 02:39:666 (159666|0,159705|1) -

03:01:297 (181297|3,181297|2,181376|2,181376|3) - same thing as above here
also related stuff are the same

03:10:297 - maybe end on some weird offseted note lol idk


insert self-depreciating comment here

insane


literally me rn

00:10:850 (10850|2,10929|1) - shift one to left, 00:10:534 (10534|3,10613|2) - differentiates it

00:14:560 (14560|0,14718|1,14718|0,14876|1) - part is actually denser than observer

00:32:560 - somewhat similar comment on this part, up to you to decide i guess; will not mention
01:33:192 - actually the progression here is cool i like it

00:38:560 (38560|2,38560|3) - same deal, a bit too much emphasis for me imo

01:12:666 (72666|0) - forgot to mention that this LN is a bit too long to me applies to all diffs

02:38:402 (158402|1) - to 4, mirrors the pattern before
02:58:613 (178613|1) - same as above

02:38:876 (158876|1) - think its fine if you remove this note, better to assimilate into the pattern straightway given how the music throws you into the weird sounds right from the get go
02:59:087 (179087|0) - woo

02:41:087 (161087|3,161087|2,161166|0,161166|1) - kind of the same deal? like double double is too much, double single fits better etc.
03:01:297 (181297|3,181297|2,181376|0,181376|1) - mmmmm

you can only really point out so much in lower diffs


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pretty cool chart

hello



highway to hell

00:14:008 (14008|0) - misleading to me, better to just focus on the tututut sound for now

00:24:350 (24350|1) - idk you should fix the LN snap first imo right now this part kinda runs weirdly, feels like this note is out of place

01:11:876 (71876|1,71981|2,72087|1,72192|3) - maybe use an LN cause its hard to follow the sounds and noob people will assume theyre 1/4s

01:12:824 (72824|2,72824|3,72929|1,73034|2,73139|1) - these are a bit more obvious so theyre ok i think

02:35:087 (155087|3,155245|2,155402|3,155560|2,155718|3,155876|2,156034|3,156113|2) - watch as 500 nominators point this out

02:38:955 (158955|2,159192|0,159192|3,159429|2,159429|0,159666|0,159666|1) - personally feel its a bit misleading to leave out the snares, you can either 1) let the LN start on the snare rather than the wowowowoah thing and end at the same place, or 2) do something like 12 34 13 or something bolded are LNs

02:41:718 (161718|2,161797|3) - flip because 02:41:560 (161560|2,161797|3) - snare snare

02:53:955 (173955|0,174034|1,174113|0) - this is quite a feisty spike in difficulty

02:59:166 (179166|2,179402|3,179402|0,179639|2,179639|0,179876|0,179876|1) - same as above
03:01:929 (181929|2,182008|3) - UWU?!

ok good


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i hate myself i mean good map yes waiting for normal and hitsounds
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Todestrieb wrote:
God this mapset is too good.

1|2|3|4

Insane
00:38:560 (38560|2) - Maybe CTRL+H / move the LN to 2? Having to hold it and press the notes on 4 is a bit tricky. Changed that chord to [23] instead.

01:14:718 (74718|3,74876|0) - Maybe CTRL+H these two notes? Having to hold 2 and press these 01:14:876 (74876|0,75034|0) - is bit tricky. Kind of a victim of circumstance here, the cymbal crash is fixed and no matter what I do, I won't be able to prevent a minijack. Not going to be able to change this.

02:32:797 (152797|3) - I don't really know if there is a sound here, this part sounds like the previous one (02:31:929 (151929|2,151929|1,152087|3,152166|2,152245|0,152245|1) - ) and you didn't put the note here, so idk maybe delete?... Good catch, fixed. Same will be done for the other difficulties.

02:53:008 (173008|3) - Same for here. ^


Observer
00:18:745 (18745|2) - Maybe add a note here? There is clearly a sound in 25% speed (You also didn't put it in the Hard and Insane if you want to add them in these diff too).

00:25:060 (25060|0) - ^ I can definitely hear it at a lower rate, but it's so feint relative to the other 1/4s that I feel that it wouldn't fit.


Nothing much else to say, really clean and solid structure, really looking forward seeing this mapset in the ranked section.


Abraxos wrote:
ogg files are apparently unrankable but it's only written into the hitsounding category if you want to learn more see t/611724
offset is a bit weird i guess try 820 mod will be in old offset
is it just me or does your file have an unused storyboard Fixed offset and storyboard, will change the ogg to mp3 when I'm done with the fourth difficulty.

Observer

observer


00:14:402 (14402|1) - maybe to 1 because like 00:14:087 (14087|0,14245|0,14402|1) - has the thing sound thing i am bad at descriptions also 00:14:402 (14402|3,14402|1,14560|3,14560|1) - weird to make these the same chords Not much can be done here unfortunately, [14]s are strictly reserved for bass kicks.

00:16:139 (16139|2,16613|0) - cause i saw like 00:12:824 (12824|1,13613|1) - this thing where you repeated patterns i thought you could maybe change 00:16:613 (16613|0,16771|2,16771|3) - into 3[34] or 3[23]; second one a bit gayer The singles to hi-hats arbitrarily selected to create pattern variation, but I can see where you're coming from with this. I'll consider; but it's difficult to formulate good pattern configurations without sacrificing difficulty suitability too much.

00:18:429 - you ignored a woosh thing here which you did not ignore back at 00:12:074 (12074|2) - ok maybe theyre a bit different but the woosh thing is still there Removed the LN to add the 1/4 there.

00:18:745 - $10% people will complain
00:21:271 - $20% people will complain
idm these btw Already mentioned in my response to Tode's mod; sound is too feint. I get the complaint though, I just tell them that not every sound has to be layered

00:25:060 - $30% ok ill stop sorry actually no this one is a bit more obvious listen to it on normal playback This one's more obvious because of how the hi-hat is shorter overall. I think this one's still too feint given how I layered 1/4s everywhere else in the chart.

00:21:666 (21666|3,21666|2,21824|2,21824|3) - second chord should be a bit more airy Didn't catch the hollower hi-hat sound, amended. Not fixing the point below because light 1/4s suck.
00:21:745 - also theres snares on the 1/4s here too but again idm ignoring these

00:22:218 (22218|2,22297|3) - flip so it looks like 00:10:218 (10218|1,10297|3,10376|1,10455|3) - maybe I don't hear much resemblance to the section you linked; I hear a tiny bit, but I think they're notably differentiated.

00:22:455 (22455|3,22534|2,22613|0,22613|1) - you can flip this since last round you already did the slap snare sound on [12] also it follows up with 00:23:245 (23245|3,23245|2) - This was to flip the overall roll direction of the chart. Having it as 12[34] continues a 1234-roll equivalent which I'm not particularly comfortable in doing.

00:23:402 (23402|0) - is there enough emphasis idk One of those occasions where it's too soft to be a double, but too loud to be a single. I didn't want to create a minijack in any position, so I kept that as a single.

00:23:718 (23718|2) - starts 1/8 before Fixed, thank you.
00:24:429 (24429|0) - probably some weird ass 1/7.9999999295i9568945678903567892357890235 snap but its defs. not this late also it should?? end early but i get why it ends at 1/2 anw They start and end a 1/16 before. Amended.

make sure to transfer over the snapped LNs to the other diffs btw Noted.

00:26:718 (26718|2,26876|1,26876|3) - sounds like where youd put some LN thing There are many occasions where I could've done this; doing this would force me to commit to that rule. I feel that having a LN here (and in other similar sections) will make the chart too compact.

00:27:902 (27902|1,28139|2,28376|3) - would prefer if these were in the same column to make the jumpy effect more pronounced Avoiding repetition like that in general for this difficulty, forces a rule that I feel is undesirable (I don't want to force the mechanical feel that much).

00:30:192 (30192|3,30192|2,30350|3,30350|0,30508|0,30508|1) - i guess this is somewhat of a good compromise but like idk i feel like it's not really enough

Did a compromise and did [34][24][12] instead. I think [34][23][12] causes unnecessary tension. Did something similar for every other iteration of this.

00:31:929 (31929|0) - if you did above then this would make sense to go to er 3 yes
00:31:929 (31929|1,31929|0,32087|0,32087|2,32087|3,32245|1,32245|3,32402|2,32402|3,32402|0) - if you want this to be more cohesive then erm do the above and 00:32:245 (32245|3) - shift to 3 also
i think you have to adjust the stuff above if you do this Rule of thumb is that I avoid 3-chord jumpjacks to avoid a difficulty spike. 2-chord jumpjacks are fair play because they do not contribute to much difficulty.

00:32:560 (32560|2,32797|0,33034|3) - same thing as before would prefer if in same column Refer to the point earlier about avoiding repetition.

00:33:271 - think if you did above then this can look something like

00:35:245 - part is a bit copy pasted so will assume same position for this part

00:38:560 (38560|3) - i think 1 LN is enough this note kinda detracts from the swooosh feeling for me Cymbal crash makes it heavy enough to be a double.

can see a bit of repetition for this whole part so will assume you can apply throughout so will stop pointing (why am i even assuming you definitely do) Noted.

00:48:508 - starting back here

01:04:929 (64929|0,65087|0,65245|0) - seems like a bit of a victim of circumstance here, i think the stack thing should be better off within 01:04:613 (64613|1,64613|0,64771|1,64850|3,64929|0,65008|2) - notes like these Yeah, that wasn't intentional. Like you said though, it's a victim of circumstance, so I'll see what I can do. I tried to do the obvious solution ([12]2413[12]) but it caused too much column bias.

01:08:560 (68560|0,68560|1,68639|2,68797|2,68797|3,68876|1) - shouldnt the double be on the like next 1/4 with the snare thing derp, fixed

01:09:350 (69350|3,69429|1,69508|2,69587|1,69666|3,69666|0) - maybe change to like idk 2424[13] Done, this is a surprisingly really good arrangement. I'll do the same for the other difficulties.
01:09:666 - only reason why it sounds so weird here is because the offset is a bit off so ill try my best to decipher stuff

01:15:034 (75034|2,75034|3,75034|0,75350|2,75350|1,75350|0) - perhaps same columns Different chords.
01:18:824 (78824|2) - maybe LN Not sure why I didn't consider this earlier, fixed.

think part after preview point is about the same as before, so you can extrapolate but ill try to point out some other stuff
regarding the 01:33:192 (93192|3,93429|1,93666|3) - i think theres should be a way to execute it without making everything the same, maybe like do this https://osu.ppy.sh/ss/9065138 for the first half and then make them in the same columns for the second
another suggeggstiong would be 01:43:297 (103297|3,103376|2,103534|2,103613|3,103771|3,103850|2) - doing something like this for the first part and then graduating to the same column thing (btw i dont really think shapes like [13][31][13] are too obvious to the player so you could exercise some caution with that i guess maybe) This falls under the repetition point again; I definitely understand where you're coming from, but I think the repetition and overly-mechanical approach would be more detrimental to the chart than not unfortunately. I did amend for 103.297 though, that wasn't supposed to happen.

this page will be washed with blood probably

01:49:218 (109218|3,109218|2,109297|0,109297|1) - think this is a bit disingenuous (if you can call a pattern that), personally feel that there should be more emphasis on 01:49:297 (109297|1,109297|0) - cause it should pair with 01:49:455 (109455|2,109455|3,109455|0) -
01:54:271 (114271|1,114350|2,114429|0,114429|1,114508|3,114508|2) - case here is a bit different (and should be fine imo), now theres 1/4 note stuff beforehand lending further expectations of emphasis on the ending snare note I consider the problem with 109.218 to be the same as 114.271; it's a victim of circumstance more than anything else. I can't place a triple for the cymbal, since the chord before it is well-defined as it is.

02:41:087 (161087|1,161087|0,161166|0,161166|1) - maybe not double double but double single, not strong enough to me
if you like did the above then 02:41:639 (161639|2,161639|3,161718|1,161876|1,161876|2,161955|0) - could possibly be the same as that thing Did a double-single instead. The reason why I did this just now was because of how I did a [12][12] for a sound that I thought was similar in 21.xxx, but it wasn't similar at all. Good catch.

02:44:560 (164560|2,164560|1) - 03:04:771 (184771|2,184771|1) - these are a bit iffy to be doubled I agree, fixed.

02:51:666 (171666|2,171666|3) - snare is a bit different from your usual 02:50:402 (170402|2,170402|3) - ones All of the snares are pretty different actually, but I'm keeping straight [34]s for all of them to accentuate repetition; since the differences are minute.

02:59:876 (179876|1,179876|0) - you did the 1/8 grace thing here ok now im beginning to doubt the legitimacy of 02:39:666 (159666|0,159705|1) - Faulty chart conversion, sorry!

03:01:297 (181297|3,181297|2,181376|2,181376|3) - same thing as above here This was fixed.
also related stuff are the same

03:10:297 - maybe end on some weird offseted note lol idk Seems like a good idea, added.


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insane


literally me rn

00:10:850 (10850|2,10929|1) - shift one to left, 00:10:534 (10534|3,10613|2) - differentiates it Did 412 instead.

00:14:560 (14560|0,14718|1,14718|0,14876|1) - part is actually denser than observer This is of the same density, I assume you just mean the anchors. Rearranged.

00:32:560 - somewhat similar comment on this part, up to you to decide i guess; will not mention This pattern is strictly easier than the one in Observer.
01:33:192 - actually the progression here is cool i like it

00:38:560 (38560|2,38560|3) - same deal, a bit too much emphasis for me imo Modified this slightly from Todestrieb's mod.

01:12:666 (72666|0) - forgot to mention that this LN is a bit too long to me applies to all diffs The release point is correct, there would be no justification to end the LN earlier.

02:38:402 (158402|1) - to 4, mirrors the pattern before
02:58:613 (178613|1) - same as above Slightly different crash, and I was looking at the two patterns you mentioned holistically; I didn't feel that the symmetry would be worth it given that it would create 3-note jacks here.

02:38:876 (158876|1) - think its fine if you remove this note, better to assimilate into the pattern straightway given how the music throws you into the weird sounds right from the get go
02:59:087 (179087|0) - woo I used the double here as a transition point, but I can see why'd you want to remove it. I think the weird sounds start the 1/4 after, which was why I didn't think removing the double you highlighted was necessary.

02:41:087 (161087|3,161087|2,161166|0,161166|1) - kind of the same deal? like double double is too much, double single fits better etc.
03:01:297 (181297|3,181297|2,181376|0,181376|1) - mmmmm Did [14]3[24] instead, other configurations won't work due to patterns around it.

you can only really point out so much in lower diffs



Hard

hello



highway to hell

00:14:008 (14008|0) - misleading to me, better to just focus on the tututut sound for now No clue why I didn't do this earlier. Fixed.

00:24:350 (24350|1) - idk you should fix the LN snap first imo right now this part kinda runs weirdly, feels like this note is out of place Fixed? Not sure what I can do here.

01:11:876 (71876|1,71981|2,72087|1,72192|3) - maybe use an LN cause its hard to follow the sounds and noob people will assume theyre 1/4s LN releases might make it harder overall I feel.

01:12:824 (72824|2,72824|3,72929|1,73034|2,73139|1) - these are a bit more obvious so theyre ok i think

02:35:087 (155087|3,155245|2,155402|3,155560|2,155718|3,155876|2,156034|3,156113|2) - watch as 500 nominators point this out The 3rd column is strictly for snares (this was done in the midsection as well). [12] and [34] doubles are for cymbal crashes. Regardless of pattern configuration, this can't be changed too much without getting rid of a mechanical feel in this section.

02:38:955 (158955|2,159192|0,159192|3,159429|2,159429|0,159666|0,159666|1) - personally feel its a bit misleading to leave out the snares, you can either 1) let the LN start on the snare rather than the wowowowoah thing and end at the same place, or 2) do something like 12 34 13 or something bolded are LNs I don't think this is particularly misleading, considering that the synth is the far more prominent sound here. Gallops are probably unpreferred at this level too.

02:41:718 (161718|2,161797|3) - flip because 02:41:560 (161560|2,161797|3) - snare snare Done, was debating on doing this but felt that it wasn't particularly effective finger motion-wise.

02:53:955 (173955|0,174034|1,174113|0) - this is quite a feisty spike in difficulty :(

02:59:166 (179166|2,179402|3,179402|0,179639|2,179639|0,179876|0,179876|1) - same as above
03:01:929 (181929|2,182008|3) - UWU?! Done.

ok good




Any points I didn't mention are repetitions of previous points which I've either amended for or didn't, based on the original response. Thank you both for the mods.
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Normal
00:15:662 - Did you happen to miss a note here for the snare? If so, add a note on column 3 for it.
00:20:714 - Add a note on 4 for that high-pitched snare.

00:23:714 (23714|0) - Should be snapped down to 00:23:675 - for that sound there.

00:48:820 - to 01:09:030 - The extended use of 1/2 streams is pretty questionable because it seemingly has no short breaks in between.
An idea to make this area more lenient would be removing hi-hat notes like 00:48:977 (48977|0) - , 00:50:241 (50241|3) - 00:51:504 (51504|0) - , 00:54:030 (54030|3) - , 00:55:293 (55293|0) - , 00:56:556 (56556|3) - , etc. This sounds more like removing notes after the start of every measure that is not mapped to a snare, but this is the general idea, more or less.
That way, you could have more room to put more emphasis on the percussion while having a short break to recover just slightly.

01:08:398 (68398|0,68556|1,68714|2,68872|1) - Should be snapped as 3/4 so it follows the snares more accurately.

01:09:030 (69030|3,69030|2) - This is a completely arbitrary suggestion but you could turn this into a single so there are no jumps in this difficulty.

01:18:977 - Could use a note for the snare.


Advanced
00:20:872 (20872|3,20872|0) - Didn't seem like you were using jumps for the previous snares (e.g. 00:15:188 (15188|0) - ), so I think this should be a single.
00:22:293 (22293|1,22293|0) - Same as above with 00:19:767 (19767|1) - .

00:23:714 (23714|0) - Should be snapped down to 00:23:675 - for that sound there.

00:26:004 - Add a note here for that percussion.

02:34:925 (154925|3) - Add a note on column 1 to turn this into a jump for that kick + snare.


Hard
00:21:504 (21504|1,21504|0,22293|0,22293|1) - It doesn't seem like you're using jumps for this section (apart from 00:17:241 - ), so I'm thinking you should turn these to singles, and to also ease that section up a bit.

00:28:135 (28135|3,28214|1,28372|3) - Ctrl + H then move the note on 00:28:451 - to 4. That way, column 3 focuses on following the snare with 4 as the higher pitched one.

00:37:451 - You could add a note here considering you had a jump following that crash on 00:37:451 - .

01:33:898 (93898|2) - Didn't seem that you have this note to lead in to a similar section (00:33:267 - ). You could remove that note or add a note on the earlier section for consistency, though.
01:44:004 (104004|2) - Same as above, but at this point I think this might be intentional. Or not, considering you don't have a note later on in 01:54:109 - .

03:01:293 (181293|2,181293|3) - Feels a bit too strong as a jump. Turn this into a single?


Insane
00:18:977 (18977|1) - Should be a jump since it's a kick plus a snare.

00:21:030 (21030|2,21188|0) - Could move both of these notes to column 2 as a two-note stack to accentuate that high-pitched drum.

01:11:556 - Feels pretty strong enough to warrant a jump here. (Add a note on 4)

02:38:872 (158872|0,158872|1) - Shouldn't this be a single? You didn't have jumps for the snares in this section. (e.g. 02:39:109 (159109|2,159346|3,159583|2) - )
02:59:083 (179083|0,179083|1) - Same case as above.


Observer
00:37:135 (37135|2,37135|0,37451|0,37451|2) - Thinking both of these should be hands considering the way you've done it with the earlier snares.

01:58:530 (118530|1,118688|1,118846|1) - This pattern feels a bit rough because of that three-note stack on column 2 there. Ctrl + J on 01:58:846 (118846|1,118925|0) - would alleviate that.


Mapset is very clean, solid and easy to follow overall. I don't mind helping you rank this set even further.

Good luck!
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First time modding a Shoegazer map haha woo

4K Column wrote:
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haha woo

Normal
00:15:662 - Did you happen to miss a note here for the snare? If so, add a note on column 3 for it. Done, this was an occasion of just being scatter-brained while trying to make a super easy difficulty for this.
00:20:714 - Add a note on 4 for that high-pitched snare. Added it on 3 instead, 4 was taken for other sounds.

00:23:714 (23714|0) - Should be snapped down to 00:23:675 - for that sound there. Error carried forward from the Advanced difficulty.

00:48:820 - to 01:09:030 - The extended use of 1/2 streams is pretty questionable because it seemingly has no short breaks in between.
An idea to make this area more lenient would be removing hi-hat notes like 00:48:977 (48977|0) - , 00:50:241 (50241|3) - 00:51:504 (51504|0) - , 00:54:030 (54030|3) - , 00:55:293 (55293|0) - , 00:56:556 (56556|3) - , etc. This sounds more like removing notes after the start of every measure that is not mapped to a snare, but this is the general idea, more or less.
That way, you could have more room to put more emphasis on the percussion while having a short break to recover just slightly. Works mostly fine, except I have to remove more hi-hats than what you probably envisioned. Did it anyway, since it seemed to help to some degree, far more than what I currently had anyway. Still needs work regardless.

01:08:398 (68398|0,68556|1,68714|2,68872|1) - Should be snapped as 3/4 so it follows the snares more accurately. Done.

01:09:030 (69030|3,69030|2) - This is a completely arbitrary suggestion but you could turn this into a single so there are no jumps in this difficulty. '_<'

01:18:977 - Could use a note for the snare. Overlooked that, thanks.


Advanced
00:20:872 (20872|3,20872|0) - Didn't seem like you were using jumps for the previous snares (e.g. 00:15:188 (15188|0) - ), so I think this should be a single. Refer to my comments on the Hard difficulty.
00:22:293 (22293|1,22293|0) - Same as above with 00:19:767 (19767|1) - . Refer to my comments on the Hard difficulty.

00:23:714 (23714|0) - Should be snapped down to 00:23:675 - for that sound there. Fixed, came from oversimplification without thinking about consistency.

00:26:004 - Add a note here for that percussion. Felt like a different set of percussion from the 1/4s I've layered, but I changed this anyway.

02:34:925 (154925|3) - Add a note on column 1 to turn this into a jump for that kick + snare. Fixed.


Hard
00:21:504 (21504|1,21504|0,22293|0,22293|1) - It doesn't seem like you're using jumps for this section (apart from 00:17:241 - ), so I'm thinking you should turn these to singles, and to also ease that section up a bit. I'm using doubles for very loud cymbal crashes here, like the section you've pointed out. 21.504 is an odd case because while it's not a cymbal crash, the sound is so abrasive relative to the rest of the percussion here that I felt a double here is justifiable. 22.293 however, is not justifiable. I removed the double for a single for that.

00:28:135 (28135|3,28214|1,28372|3) - Ctrl + H then move the note on 00:28:451 - to 4. That way, column 3 focuses on following the snare with 4 as the higher pitched one. Had the same idea for that after you pointed it out, amended. I think I did this because I wasn't quite sure on my layering scheme at the time.

00:37:451 - You could add a note here considering you had a jump following that crash on 00:37:451 - . I started reading the mod backwards (i.e. Observer first), and this was noted.

01:33:898 (93898|2) - Didn't seem that you have this note to lead in to a similar section (00:33:267 - ). You could remove that note or add a note on the earlier section for consistency, though. Added a note for 33.267.
01:44:004 (104004|2) - Same as above, but at this point I think this might be intentional. Or not, considering you don't have a note later on in 01:54:109 - . This was sloppy copypaste, my bad.

03:01:293 (181293|2,181293|3) - Feels a bit too strong as a jump. Turn this into a single? This was an error carried forward from the Observer and Insane difficulties (that Abraxos pointed out) that I forgot to amend for. Fixed, and amended for 02:41:083 - as well.


Insane
00:18:977 (18977|1) - Should be a jump since it's a kick plus a snare. Cymbal crash isn't sharp enough. Another occasion where I didn't make it a double for the same reason is 16.461.

00:21:030 (21030|2,21188|0) - Could move both of these notes to column 2 as a two-note stack to accentuate that high-pitched drum. A bit too feint to be a minijack I feel.

01:11:556 - Feels pretty strong enough to warrant a jump here. (Add a note on 4) Fits better as a double, done. Did [13] though.

02:38:872 (158872|0,158872|1) - Shouldn't this be a single? You didn't have jumps for the snares in this section. (e.g. 02:39:109 (159109|2,159346|3,159583|2) - )
02:59:083 (179083|0,179083|1) - Same case as above. Abraxos pointed this out as well; I'm guessing my layering there isn't the most intuitive. Amended.


Observer
00:37:135 (37135|2,37135|0,37451|0,37451|2) - Thinking both of these should be hands considering the way you've done it with the earlier snares. Fixed this. I think I did this because I thought the cymbal crashes were softer than the other cymbal crashes in similar sections, but it turned out not to be the case. It's just that it's more obvious because it's not complemented with a snare to cymbal right after. This error was consistent throughout all charts, so I'll be amending this across all difficulties.

01:58:530 (118530|1,118688|1,118846|1) - This pattern feels a bit rough because of that three-note stack on column 2 there. Ctrl + J on 01:58:846 (118846|1,118925|0) - would alleviate that. Was thinking of the same, fixed.


Mapset is very clean, solid and easy to follow overall. I don't mind helping you rank this set even further. Thank you, I'll keep in touch.

Good luck!


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Dunno how far up that todo list ogg to mp3 but here's a 192kbps mp3 I converted from it just in case.

https://puu.sh/xzZyt.mp3
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Dunno how far up that todo list ogg to mp3 but here's a 192kbps mp3 I converted from it just in case.

https://puu.sh/xzZyt.mp3


I have an mp3 on hand, I didn't use it yet because I use an SM editor to go through mods, which makes it easier for me to reference between the chart on osu!mania compared to the chart on a SM charting build. I'll update the mp3 though, pretty overdue.

Thanks for the fav though!
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