TheAuthorityClinton;3373652 said:Thanks for looking so closely though. The real challenge in this song is the drum pattern in the final section. Andrew Barr of The Slip is a heck of a drummer. Wait till you see the end of Children of December.
TheAuthorityClinton;3373652 said:I think there might be a little offset in the final play back on the youtube video.
TheAuthorityClinton;3388034 said:During playtest there were some feedback about those notes being inaudible by people who were actually playing the song. We chose to take out some of the specific nuanced 8th note ride hits they were pointing out.
Soratar;3394332 said:Woah. I could probably play that song up to 4:16. That part gets crazy on the drums.
CCDaDon;3393042 said:The outro seems very undercharted, to the point where it's really confusing to hear the notes and see the chart going at the same time. Don't be afraid to chart something that may be too hard for some people to play. Saying that because it seems like that's what you did with the drums.
CCDaDon said:There are also alot of times where it goes straight to a green roll from a ride beat. Usually those are charted to yellow, regardless of if it's floor tom or not.
snwns26;3400616 said:Also the whoa whoa whoa part isn't consistent charted on drums when i'm pretty sure it should be. either stick to just plain reds the whole time or make those parts all like 1:57, not entirely sure if the blues are right when that part pops up again at 3:06, pick something and stick with it.
snwns said:And at 2:03 i don't hear a snare at all, that should be a blue or yellow, probably yellow because you use blue for a different sounding tom at the end. just some tips. :P
Redsvetz22;3402690 said:Sounds a little different than the GH1 version. Is this my imagination?