*gives up on internets*
Plus, I believe his "Community Playtester" title came from some consulting he did when RB2 was being developed, and nothing related to RBN at all (although david would be the one to say if that's true).
In the parts that are similar (see the second half of measure 7 on this chart: http://rockband.scorehero.com/images...pert_blank.png), it was authored exactly the same.
In this song, parts of the beat are different. I'm not going to be authoring 3 16th kicks in a row, as that violates guidelines. That part of the beat is completely different from "The Downfall of Us All"... TDOUA doesn't have 3 16th kicks in a row.
Am I crazy? Am I missing something?
Gurn, you're fired for charting "Stick Stickly" like that.
But re-hired for your wonderful job on "Lady in a Blue Dress." Keep up the good work.
I approved Stick Stickly because the triple 16th notes (double bass) were charted with only the bass hits from the right foot, which is a norm with double bass in Rock Band, and detailed in the authoring standards.
And the beat is different from Downfall of Us All, as Mr. Killer of Gurns pointed out.
This is my point. When i say its like DFOUA, i mean in the sense that in the intro it is double kicks charted. Now, you say you chart the right foot, yet we know its a triplet bass hit. Yet you sometimes chart the double, but othertimes not. Why is my question. Take that video and watch from 13-14 seconds. This is what i mean. They are triple bass hits as you say. You also say you chart the right foot. So why no double hits? Your not charting the right foot completely, as your missing notes out. Its hard to explain without a tab chart. But in the section i mention, you should be ablke to see what i mean.