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#1 Gigakoops


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Posted July 10, 2016 - 08:23 PM

Hey, so I just looked at the harmonies charts for the Mayhem Tour pack, and noticed that both "This Is Exile" b WhiteChapel and "What a Horrible Night to Have a Curse" by The Black Dahlia Murder have verses that are charted to Harm 2, despite it being the same lead singer as Harm 1, only utilizing different vocal techniques. With This Is Exile, the verse in question is at 2:26 of this video, and for WAHNTHAC, 2:36 of this video. I just thought I'd mention this, in case fixes to any of these charts are happening.

#2 espher


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Posted July 11, 2016 - 03:22 AM

This sort of thing comes up every so often, and it did when they were initially released.


a) I am not psychic and am not a superfan of the bands and could not magically tell this is the case. :)


B) Mappings are sometimes done to add more variety to the part/chart. This is more commonly done in cases where there are alternating/near-overlapping vocal parts, but it's sometimes done for stuff like this where the "different vocal technique" dramatically differs.

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