Jump to content

Avatar

Mastodon - "The Last Baron"


Mastodon The Last Baron

Release Type: C3
Audio Type: Single-track
Reductions: Yes (Authored)
Pitched Vocals: Yes
Vocals Gender: Male (3)

Band:
Guitar:
Drums:
Vocals:
Bass:
Keys:
Pro Keys:
Pro Guitar:
Pro Bass:

Author Notes

Update 4/4/16: Added a missing snare note on drums. Fuck, I can't believe this has been out for a year and I only just realized this now, that the drum chart's accuracy was basically ruined by this one stupid mistake. I don't know how it even happened, the note was still there on lower difficulties and animations.
 
The other files are actually an alternate version of the song with some ghost notes added that I thought were too difficult and fast to include in the normal one. Top is 1x bass, bottom is 2x bass.
 
This custom was auto-converted from the C3 database. Please let the author know if something is wrong. If you ARE the author, and this song is not correctly assigned to you, please contact pksage.
 
Mastodon's 13-minute epic from Crack the Skye is certainly one of the most fun songs I've charted. Brann Dailor's drumming, as usual for Mastodon, is the highlight of the song. Odd rhythms and crazy fills galore for the entirety of the track's long runtime. Potentially the best drum song I've ever done. Guitar brings the riffage, which is always nice, but also has lots of fast and fun HOPO patterns and runs, with a solo in the outro. Bass often has similar riffs to the guitar part, and though it's somewhat less interesting, it's still a great bass part. The vocals are absolutely not a throwaway part, as there's relatively few instrumental sections, and lots of cool harmony parts. It's about as worthwhile to sing as it is to play and instrument of this one.



3 Comments

Avatar
MrBurpler
April 5, 2016

All the links (save for the single pedal version) take you to a C3 control panel page.

Avatar
pzych0
April 5, 2016

^ What he said. Thanks for the update. :)

Avatar
Septekka
April 5, 2016

Oh god I put the wrong links and I feel like I probably did the same thing when re-adding the 2x bass versions (which for some reason weren't already linked) to all my songs in the database. Thanks for letting me know.