Originally posted by DodgingRain
I actually agree with most of what Jeez is posting and reminders are good things as well. Where we differ is really a matter of scale and scope, I find Jeez's scope of what constitutes composition to narrow.
What you're doing is a rather advanced and bit beyond the basics. Doing things like wave sequences, rythmatic filter modulation, and such are all very awsome, but it presents a problem for new musicians from a learning standpoint. If you're new to theory, you're better of starting with a basic piano sound and learning some "old style" theory first. Then once you've got a good foundation of the basic classical theories down, go for the cool new stuff like altering timbres in musical sense.
I think Kiru is right. You need your own thread, and we'll be looking forward to some good reading when we're bored at work.