I don't mind at all, it's just as you said a rather simple sequence, the point of which was to show the modulation features of both the Generator sequencer and the modulation features of the Fusebox along with how it is straight forward to tweak and change the sound.
As a stand alone piece it could soon become tiresome, but that's not the point, think of it as a part of song that has yet to be placed in context. A single jigsaw piece waiting to be placed.
For example in the cover i did of this next tune the percussion and bass and synth accompaniment started out as simple loops also before being placed in context:https://soundcloud.com/user-314656760/j ... ntal-cover
Or I used a load of different seqeunces in this as well as live play and put them in the context of the final(complete)song, Depeches Modes Oberkornhttps://youtu.be/seDAPMJiipQ
(Incidentally Martin Gore got to hear the shorter version of this and asked to be sent the full version, which made me happy as I'm a life long Depeche fan :) )
So it's more an experiment in ideas as opposed to be taken as standalone.
I like how frank you are by the way :thumbup: