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Susumu Hirasawa - "The Girl in Byakkoya"


Susumu Hirasawa The Girl in Byakkoya

Release Type: User
Audio Type: Single-track
Reductions: Yes (Authored)
Pitched Vocals: Yes
Vocals Gender: Male (3)

Band:
Guitar:
Drums:
Vocals:
Bass:
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Author Notes

Updated with Phase Shift link (courtesy of ghostbyob)



3 Comments

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Gigakoops
June 18, 2016

I was requested to make difficulty tier predictions for this song on the Rock Band forums a few years ago, and I'm actually excited to see this as a custom. Though I must ask, why are the lyrics "Ah" at parts like 0:50 on harmonies, and what do the "ah" lyrics represent in parts like 1:55, because all I hear outside of the "ga" vocals is double-tracking on the lead vocal line. There's also missing harmonies starting at 1:43 (looks like you cut the harmonies short there).

In the background there's a faint "ah" sample (similar to the "ga"s) that's timed to the lead melody during the bridges. I completely missed the double-tracking on the lead vocal though - thanks for pointing that out, I'll get that fixed as soon as I can get to it.

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frysdog93
June 19, 2016

ohhhh wow this is from the Paprika soundtrack right? :D this is a really great song, thank you for your work!