Computers hand us both “professional tools” and “not-so professional tools,” but they do not make it easy to create the high-quality stuff that we hear on the radio every day. That requires a lot more research (as to how the magic is actually done), and a lot of practice. Just as is true with making good art with Blender, or creating a good video game.
With regard to music … sure, the computer can help to remove a lot of the need for manual dexterity and hand/eye coordination, but you still must master the art of observation … of studying what you have made, figuring out what exactly is good and not-good about it, and analysis, determining what specifically must be done to it to make it better.
All of “the arts,” I think, follow a general pattern of “stepwise refinement.” Or as they say, “Writing = ReWriting.”
The first one sounds awful. The instruments you used are annoying and unmusical. There also seams to be numerous tempo problems, which doesn’t make much sense if you used a computer to make these. I would change the main instruments to something more pleasant.
The second song sounds fine except for the bass instrument. But it’s much nicer on my ears. I like the layering of the instruments, it has a sort of mythical yet somewhat modern feel to it. But I wouldn’t it sad sounding. It’s more emotionally neutral.
Those are my unheldback comments! Keep up making music!
Don’t set yourself up for failure. I’ve heard better but I have also heard worse. It’s a good start for background music. I would say this is an good example of semi-pro stuff. Almost there, but not quite.
It’s not John Williams or Danny Elfman, but even the greats had to start out somewhere.