I gave it a quick look. First off, I’m missing quite some of the plugins you’re using both on some instruments as the master track so I don’t know exactly how it should have sounded.
I moved your composition from the arranger to the clip launcher and made it into three scenes. Personally I prefer the clip launcher interface to build my track and only use the arranger once I have all the scenes ready and a pretty solid plan for the track in its full. In particular, the E-kick at 1.4.3, I’ve set it to only play every 8th iteration of the clip, giving the same result as you had previously worked out in the first 8th bars.
I added some FX to the instruments, just to give everything a bit more room and body, some reverbs and delays.
I also added the “Quick master” preset to the Master track. The quick master is useful for saturating the track as a whole and giving a pretty good impression of what the track will sound like once you’ve manually mastered and equalized all tracks one by one.
Yeah I really enjoy electronic music. I love making tracks as a hobby. I’m not sure my tracks would fit the techno genre, I usually find myself working within the 110-125 BPM range, more of a slow chilled out techno. My tracks are here: