Thank you for all of your comments. It makes me very happy!
And for @ar-ninetysix
Thank you ! Yeah actually what happened was that I had to struggle to find a way to be able to hear all my musical sequences at the same time to make adjustments if necessary. So I preferred to use the synthesizer for the main beat in the song editor, rather than the beat and bassline editor. And I'm not quite used to the samples / presets from LMMS yet. But if not, maybe it would have been better to play the main beat on drums. If that's the one you're talking to me about? The one that starts from the intro!
Yes, I had watched an introductory video to the software which spoke of an advanced feature that would allow you to modify the sound as the music plays. This is the domain of the FX, is it? And I have already tried playing with the volume of the virtual piano (it's in tones) and with just a few variations in volume, a single pattern can change dramatically.
Wow, ominous and dreamy! It is true ? I didn't think it would give that effect! Maybe I make my music created his feelings subconsciously. Now that you say it, I remember reading that the chromatic scale made the music a little mysterious.
On the other hand, there are indeed chords ... 4 more precisely. But they are not based on a melody, but on the bass line. Because I preferred to start by finding the beat rather than the melody and the chords. Which prevented me in the final from being able to add a melody that goes with the rest of the tracks. Especially since I am not yet comfortable with scales, I do not yet know how to recognize them on the virtual keyboard.
And as I was trying to compose music like that: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhBA6ynorvc. I may have inherited the same weird feeling that gives off. Must say that often when I search for music to listen to, I zap (on Youtube) as many times as possible until I come across one out of the ordinary. For example, when it was all the rage, you don't know how many k-pop bands and songs I went through, looked at the debut annunciates of some of them, to find that rare gem. So maybe I don't always favor conventional.
Indeed you are right, I just followed an introduction to creating music with a DAW (Digital Audio Station). Now that I have seen the overall picture, I plan to get into music theory.