And mine was a principle answer. You can either play it open handed (but in this case it's too fast) or you can use two handed beat based on Bt. When the right hand needs to accent, it goes to Gt, when the left hand needs to accent, it goes to Yt. Sometimes fudging things a beat is ok. In the immortal words of HMX:
With that said, if you feel the song NEEDS to be extremely difficult and you want to force the player to experience that, you can do as you said. But frankly, to me that intro seems like it's a two handed pattern with accents on higher toms, I don't think it's supposed to show off some special technique like in a drums solo for example.
Alright that was clearer. So basically you're suggesting moving the bit around to avoid overlap. This specific beat only includes right hand accents, so it only needs two pads.
As for the second point - I don't feel songs NEEDS to be difficult. Actually I chart lot of easy songs. Honestly I can't even play most of the drum songs that are tier 5 or above, so I definitely don't enjoy insane difficulty.
However, I do feel charts should be as close to the actual drummer as possible - not harder but not easier either. I understand the need to avoid overlap that's caused by RB limitation, like the disco beat - charting that with overlap would be creating unnecessary difficulty, as the real drummer doesn't need to do it. But in this case - I'm just trying to replicate what Weinberg is doing, even if it's difficult.
I guess I just don't understand the exception you make here. When a guitar solo or drum fill is hard to play (let's say very fast guitar solo), we don't change them to make them easier. We try to replicate the original as close as possible - as long as it's playable in RB. So why the exception here? That's what the drummer is playing, and it's definitely playable in RB, even if it's uncomfortable. Why do we need to make it easier than it is?
In my mind, I'm just keeping the spirit of the original beat. I don't think charting overlap makes it unnecessarily difficult - I feel that avoiding it will make it much easier than the original beat.
Of course in the end of the day there are rules to charting and I'll abide by them, I just wondered what's the rule here. My opinion is definitely go with overlap.