Nice job :)
Real nice job, with only one advice from me. Try to use different limiters to every layer, so the sound is more clear. For example - you don't need the mid and high range frequencies of the bassline, so just block them out with an equalizer or smth.
Off topic about FL... I did and still do all my stuff with it and I'd say when you get to work a long time with it you can create some really incredible music. Actually I think it's even more powerful than Reason, because it's easier to use and learn. Reason has a little bit more pro sound and looks but besides that it's not anything that better than FL. In fact sometimes the "pro" factor of a program is a bit more an obstacle than an aid to creating better sound. I mean take a look at Reason's interface. OMG it's so hard and annoying to try and get used with (I tried and I couldn't) that it's almost enough to give up. But that's my opinion. Maybe before, in the past, Reason used to be better than FL, but now the two programs are equal.
That was a long off topic :D
Anyway, keep up the good work. Oh... one more advice. Why couldn't I hear any high hats in the loop? I think you should put some. It'll make the beat fresher. Peace.
Thanks for the constructive review, err review of FL and Reason? Lol, anyway I don't think I have ever removed the mid EQ from bass sounds, personally cause I like the fatness it adds to the bass synths. Well the reason you can't hear the hi hats too well, is that they've been effected a bit, and mixed up a bit with some other effected percussion, next time I'll try to add some uneffected hi hats I guess :)
And Reason's interface is intimidating I agree, and limited at times (no VSTs) but I actually reWire Reason with FL, and it's the ultimate sequencing combination, you can have the best VSTs used in your track, and very creative sound re-routing and drumwork in Reason