Sure man, I'll listen to your song too.
MetalBladeGamer pretty much hit the nail on the head for what I'd say. I like the instruments and the basic melody, it just could use some more variety.
One example I'm thinking is that it might have been cool to switch up the drum beat that "flows" more, to give it more of a rolling groove. As it is right now, you kind of switch between the "four on the floor" kicks and the more syncopated drum patterns. I think both of those make good accents or build-ups, but when they make up the whole drum track, the song kind of has a stilted/rigid feel to it. I'm not really an authority on electronic music though, so that might be the norm for the genre. I personally think it would've benefited from being a little groovier.
Again, the melody ideas are cool, though. Especially the little bit at the very beginning. I think that would've been great to hear again later as a counterpoint instrument.
Those are just a few points of criticism I have. Otherwise, I think it's a fine song and the three oscillators weave in and out of each other really well.
Nice work on this, I have no ability on electric music, but this has a nice beat.
This is pretty good. I like the glitch step effect/sounds that was going on. Also like the touch of the background sine. I just kinda of wished you expanded on the melodies tried more stuff with that kind of glitch audio aesthetic. Maybe even played around the melody or switched up the rythem. Either way, this sounds like some good background music for a flash game. Just would like to see more expanding. Good job!
thanks and your right its kinda plain jane. when i was making it i was trying to expand on the original melody but i got stuck and decided that for now it was good enough