-Vocals have a good deal of capitalization errors.
-Closing solo has HO/PO'd notes that follow the HO/PO'd note of the same color (a HO/PO'd blue after a HO/PO'd blue, if you will). Thing with the force HO/PO on note is that it makes every note under it (every note) HO/PO'd, even those two notes of the same color that are right next to each other. So seriously, watch out for those.
-According to a video I saw on the net, the keyboardist avatar only plays in the intro and nowhere else. Sorta like "Hey, we're playing 'Wuthring Heights,' we're awwww screw it, we're just Ashlee Simpsoning you."
Weird about capitalization, I remember correcting all of those but my Reaper project still shows the problem. I don't know what happened. I can only find one same note HOPO, the very last note of the song. Is that what you were referring to? Pro Keys are missing the play event, yes. It was mentioned to me but somehow I forgot to add that in, I see now.
-In the spoken word intro, "baby" and "ladies" are listed as single syllable words.
-The vocalist is in idle the entire time.
-Metal. ...Metal? ...Metal. This is about as metal as "(Funky) Sex Farm" and "Cups and Cakes." And if you're gonna use those as examples as to not needing to be metal to be charted as metal, that statement only holds water if the band's been called metal before, and Faith No More's release history has been rock, rock, alternative, and rock.
I'm not even gonna comment on the genre, frankly. Considering that Wikipedia has the reissue album the song comes from marked as alternative metal, that's a level of nitpicking I can do without.
Sorry about the idle event, I must have missed something in reviewing. I thought for spoken words, if there's really no space between the syllables, the complete word works better in terms of scoring, but maybe I've always got that wrong.
Have You Ever Seen the Rain?
-First verse has two "its" that should be "it's".
-Drummer is playing an entire disco beat with his right hand. This is really just sad, since the drums are the easiest instrument to animate accurately. For crying out loud, the drummer hits the ride on a blue that should be an open hat.
So, that's everything I could spot right away. Glad to see you broke the habit of leaving a drum sing-along note out of the Venue MIDI for places where there should really only be one singer, because as someone who got start in the network as an authoring group's venue guy, that bothered the crap outta me. But again, a lot of these pretty simple mistakes lead me to believe these are largely first drafts. And first drafts are almost never gonna be gold. Something you should do is see the song in game for yourself before deciding whether it's good enough to throw out. Often times, you're your best judge, and seeing the song in action can be your best way of judging it.
Thanks for the overall condescending tone, you will understand that I couldn't have appreciated it more.