Is it the OpenLight Signature Series Synth? That shit's out of my price range, but it seems to be working for you, huehuehue
Whatever you used, is it responsible for the bass? If so, is it a preset or did you make it yourself? It's nice.
When it comes in at 0:13, I dig it. It really helps to build that intro, along with the cymbal sweep at 0:26 capping it off.
My initial reaction as the song kicks in to gear is that the kick sounds a touch too loud. I like the sound itself -- it's thick, and you're smart to have the bass sidechaining to make room for it, but if you turned it down maybe 1 or 2 dBs, it might fit better in the mix. Right now it overpowers the snare, even though the snare is panned to the right (which I don't mind). By "overpowers", I just mean that my focus is drawn to the kick more than I'd like, and you've picked a good snare sound, so I wish you'd have brought that out more and left the kick back a bit (drum balance).
The arpeggios are cool -- I like how they filter fade going in to the section at 0:39.
I don't think giving the bass chords at 0:58 was a good idea; I know you wanted to transition in to the next section, but the layered sound that you ended up getting is pretty grating. Instead, I think just keeping the bass notes the same there and intensifying the kick's pattern that you start at 1:01 would work better. By that I mean making the pattern get faster, like you've started to do, but even to a greater degree in the final bars before it cuts out at 1:04. Since the part at 1:04 is a bit of a break, having an intense kick pattern like I suggested right before would add even more contrast, emphasizing the difference between the two sections.
Good snare pattern at 1:04. A bit more of that bass grating at 1:17, but it leaves quickly.
The main synths here are playing very interesting melodies. Cool and fast paced. I love how they start fading in and out at 1:43.
Bringing the bass back in at 1:49 -- genius!!! Really ties it back to the intro. Good decision.
Nice simple hi hat pattern at 1:56.
Were you intentionally lining up the peak of the cymbal sweeps and the fading in of the main synth that I mentioned before? I just noticed it -- together, they have a nice "wave" effect.
I enjoyed you bringing back the first part of the song at 2:15. Simple, but powerful.
Cool snare patterns at 2:28.
Overall, this all sounds like pretty typical OpenLight. Lots of reverb, good melodies, and gosh darn it I wish the drums were just a tad different haha.
Please enjoy my wall of text, bro.
I mean Birdinator99.
Or do I.