It's a pretty good start.
I can see you're serious about music. And therefore you must accept critical construct. There is much to learn. I may not be good with trance, but there's obviously some things you should improve on. Like your detuned trance lead. I suggest you use it in more moderation and use chippy saws in the background, instead of another trance lead. If you've noticed on metal songs, If you have heard at least any, There's usually a lead guitar and a rhythym. Electronic music must be such similar. A higher octave on lead, in respect of the key, and a rhythym on a lower scale on respect of the key. The key can be modified, however, by harmonic scales, like seven notes up or down. This can be added like this:
These [X]'s are the sweet spots of harmony and octave modification. (For mainly happy music.) If you use them, your key will not be thrown off and there will be a sweeter sound. These mainly work for happy or psychedelic music in general, or a mix between a happy and sad song. If you want a demonic or devious sound, use these sweet spots:
Use these scales for songs that sound heavy and chaotic. Some of these scales will not mix, however, they are very effective if used with a fading sound instrument, such as a piano or a bass wub, and negatively effective if used with a detuned or stringy pad or lead, like the one you devised hereforth. I hope this helps.
Right on man. I'll do that.