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Old 05-6-2012, 08:12 PM   #21
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Default Re: Caprice for Violin in B minor Theme and Variations [10 or 11]

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I thought Southern Cross was easier, I was able to AAA that and didn't even FC/SDG this song rofl. But then again it all depends on skillset.
How weird, my sightread on Caprice was 6-0-2-1 and that was one my first song in days. Caprice for Violin has multiple pauses that let you breath between bursts. Southern Cross and Vertex BETA doesn't have many : so if you can't read those two songs, you don't have a lot of resting time and your stamina drains faster.

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EDIT : Probably should bump Vertex and Southern Cross to FMO back but that's another story.
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Old 05-6-2012, 08:50 PM   #22
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Default Re: Caprice for Violin in B minor Theme and Variations [10 or 11]

yeah I was pretty much thinking its just barely not an fmo... I mean it feels so empty, if there was some jump stream or some thing...
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Old 05-6-2012, 09:22 PM   #23
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Default Re: Caprice for Violin in B minor Theme and Variations [10 or 11]

Here's my objective reasoning:

The trills in Caprice for Violin are 200 bpm. The long 1-handed trill in Kanon-Kanon is 230 bpm, and even that's only a VC. The ending trill section in K8107 is just as dense, but is easier to split and has harder 1-handed transitions when you add the anchor jumps.

The bursts in Caprice for Violin are 240 bpm. They are very short and overall fairly simple patterns. Considering Purple has a massive 230 bpm run, and the bursts in a file such as Bus Rides With People convert to 382 bpm 16ths I really don't see the bursts in Caprice for Violin being FMO-worthy.

tl;dr all the supposedly "FMO" parts are easier than some of the current VCs.
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Old 05-7-2012, 03:59 AM   #24
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Default Re: Caprice for Violin in B minor Theme and Variations [10 or 11]

K8107 4 11
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Old 05-7-2012, 06:33 AM   #25
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Default Re: Caprice for Violin in B minor Theme and Variations [10 or 11]

Kanon Kanon and K8107 could be base 11s
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Old 05-7-2012, 06:46 AM   #26
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Default Re: Caprice for Violin in B minor Theme and Variations [10 or 11]

what hi19 said
you can AAA the trill in kanon but hitting jumps btw, just a tip.

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Old 05-7-2012, 06:46 AM   #27
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Default Re: Caprice for Violin in B minor Theme and Variations [10 or 11]

If K8107 was an 11 I'd have a double bf fmo score =P
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Old 05-7-2012, 01:17 PM   #28
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Default Re: Caprice for Violin in B minor Theme and Variations [10 or 11]

10

Total lack of jumpstream + easy bursts, and pauses everywhere. My rusty sightread was 7goods, and I know I could do better. Its also indexable except for the quarter note triples.
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Total lack of jumpstream + easy bursts, and pauses everywhere. My rusty sightread was 7goods, and I know I could do better. Its also indexable except for the quarter note triples.
The bursts at the end are really not that index-friendly.
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Default Re: Caprice for Violin in B minor Theme and Variations [10 or 11]

Idk I used to play "unindex friendly" patterns all the time and it seemed okay. I got like 4goods on Dot Matrix Hero index.
You kinda roll your finger over the keys.
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Old 05-19-2012, 09:38 AM   #31
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Default Re: Caprice for Violin in B minor Theme and Variations [10 or 11]

Most DEFINITELY I'd go for a 10.

I've been playing plenty of 11's lately, and I was able to black flag this song - my best score otherwise is 5 goods on disconnected hardkore. I've never gotten that good of a score on any FMO before, it just feels really easy. There aren't any difficult jump sections, it's almost all stream.
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Default Re: Caprice for Violin in B minor Theme and Variations [10 or 11]

I'd say bump it down to a 10. The trills are easy (and I'm not all that great at trills) and the length doesn't really add to the difficulty. Also, like everyone else, I was surprised to see this as an 11 when it was first released in FFR.
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Default Re: Caprice for Violin in B minor Theme and Variations [10 or 11]

It's a 10... trills aren't bad and the ending bursts are fairly straightforward.
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