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Post by rabid squirrel on Wed Apr 13, 2016 11:25 am

@delisammich wrote:1. There are a lot of stops that are really well timed, however the landings are sometimes delayed enough that it ruins the vibe. Examples: 0:53-ish, 1:01. I think hip hop is supposed to be pretty sharp especially if you are following the drum hits. They really have to be accurate to the beat and it doesn't have the vibe anymore if you delay it even a little.
I have to say, I watched these moments over several times and I still can't see which beats are off. I'm guessing this is a thing you gotta have a "choreographer's eye" for? Or maybe one of our computers is just lagging in playing the video.

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Re: Seen and never Heard - Luk

Post by Lukking on Wed Apr 13, 2016 11:54 am

@rabid squirrel wrote:
@delisammich wrote:1. There are a lot of stops that are really well timed, however the landings are sometimes delayed enough that it ruins the vibe. Examples: 0:53-ish, 1:01. I think hip hop is supposed to be pretty sharp especially if you are following the drum hits. They really have to be accurate to the beat and it doesn't have the vibe anymore if you delay it even a little.
I have to say, I watched these moments over several times and I still can't see which beats are off. I'm guessing this is a thing you gotta have a "choreographer's eye" for? Or maybe one of our computers is just lagging in playing the video.
Sometimes Youtube is slightly changing the synch!

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Re: Seen and never Heard - Luk

Post by Z_N-Freak on Wed Apr 13, 2016 12:05 pm

@Lukking wrote:
@rabid squirrel wrote:
@delisammich wrote:1. There are a lot of stops that are really well timed, however the landings are sometimes delayed enough that it ruins the vibe. Examples: 0:53-ish, 1:01. I think hip hop is supposed to be pretty sharp especially if you are following the drum hits. They really have to be accurate to the beat and it doesn't have the vibe anymore if you delay it even a little.
I have to say, I watched these moments over several times and I still can't see which beats are off. I'm guessing this is a thing you gotta have a "choreographer's eye" for? Or maybe one of our computers is just lagging in playing the video.
Sometimes Youtube is slightly changing the synch!

Considering that the rest of the track is spot on, I think that shouldn't be the case right? The below is not taking away anything on how amazing I think this track is, as well as my enjoyment in watching it Smile

What I think delisammich is referring to at 0:53 is the nose manual up the hill and the little bump which seems slightly off-beat. It's quite subtle and I didn't notice it before. At 1:01 I think he's referring to the double pop of the beat where Bosh gets catapulted up by two gravity wells. It seems that the gravity wells in this case pop at a faster rate than the beat. Didn't notice this before either and it's very subtle anyway.

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Re: Seen and never Heard - Luk

Post by delisammich on Thu Apr 14, 2016 12:50 am

@Z_N-Freak wrote:
@Lukking wrote:
@rabid squirrel wrote:
@delisammich wrote:1. There are a lot of stops that are really well timed, however the landings are sometimes delayed enough that it ruins the vibe. Examples: 0:53-ish, 1:01. I think hip hop is supposed to be pretty sharp especially if you are following the drum hits. They really have to be accurate to the beat and it doesn't have the vibe anymore if you delay it even a little.
I have to say, I watched these moments over several times and I still can't see which beats are off. I'm guessing this is a thing you gotta have a "choreographer's eye" for? Or maybe one of our computers is just lagging in playing the video.
Sometimes Youtube is slightly changing the synch!

Considering that the rest of the track is spot on, I think that shouldn't be the case right? The below is not taking away anything on how amazing I think this track is, as well as my enjoyment in watching it Smile

What I think delisammich is referring to at 0:53 is the nose manual up the hill and the little bump which seems slightly off-beat. It's quite subtle and I didn't notice it before. At 1:01 I think he's referring to the double pop of the beat where Bosh gets catapulted up by two gravity wells. It seems that the gravity wells in this case pop at a faster rate than the beat. Didn't notice this before either and it's very subtle anyway.

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Yeah, I would say that these are definitely really small things, but I guess what I meant is that I wasn't sure about where you wanted the hit to be. It's not to say it's "wrong" or something, but rather, I would have preferred things to be a little more clean cut. I definitely admit these are super small and subtle/picky things that I'm talking about, so I can understand if these don't seem like important details. It's just what I noticed for some reason when watching. Thanks for clarifying the parts I mentioned, ZNF! Smile

The part at 1:01 could be that the double pop is rushed, or that the part after that double pop is too slow to make me feel like the groove is maintained. Haha, sorry if this is a little too specific to be considered useful feedback! I can be a little too picky about small things :'D

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Post by Z_N-Freak on Thu Apr 14, 2016 1:24 am

@delisammich wrote:
@Z_N-Freak wrote:
@Lukking wrote:
@rabid squirrel wrote:
@delisammich wrote:1. There are a lot of stops that are really well timed, however the landings are sometimes delayed enough that it ruins the vibe. Examples: 0:53-ish, 1:01. I think hip hop is supposed to be pretty sharp especially if you are following the drum hits. They really have to be accurate to the beat and it doesn't have the vibe anymore if you delay it even a little.
I have to say, I watched these moments over several times and I still can't see which beats are off. I'm guessing this is a thing you gotta have a "choreographer's eye" for? Or maybe one of our computers is just lagging in playing the video.
Sometimes Youtube is slightly changing the synch!

Considering that the rest of the track is spot on, I think that shouldn't be the case right? The below is not taking away anything on how amazing I think this track is, as well as my enjoyment in watching it Smile

What I think delisammich is referring to at 0:53 is the nose manual up the hill and the little bump which seems slightly off-beat. It's quite subtle and I didn't notice it before. At 1:01 I think he's referring to the double pop of the beat where Bosh gets catapulted up by two gravity wells. It seems that the gravity wells in this case pop at a faster rate than the beat. Didn't notice this before either and it's very subtle anyway.

[/2cents]

Yeah, I would say that these are definitely really small things, but I guess what I meant is that I wasn't sure about where you wanted the hit to be. It's not to say it's "wrong" or something, but rather, I would have preferred things to be a little more clean cut. I definitely admit these are super small and subtle/picky things that I'm talking about, so I can understand if these don't seem like important details. It's just what I noticed for some reason when watching. Thanks for clarifying the parts I mentioned, ZNF! Smile

The part at 1:01 could be that the double pop is rushed, or that the part after that double pop is too slow to make me feel like the groove is maintained. Haha, sorry if this is a little too specific to be considered useful feedback! I can be a little too picky about small things :'D

Also... I'm a girl :'D

Ah alright, sorry! Hard to tell gender from usernames Smile

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Re: Seen and never Heard - Luk

Post by rabid squirrel on Wed Aug 17, 2016 5:00 pm


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