00:08:122 (1,2,3,4,5,6) - I think it's not clear what rhythm you are following here.1 and 2 clearly follow the guitarish sound, and so does 3. Then 4 is on the drums and 5/6 follow the guitar again. What I don't understand is why you'd prioritize drums on 4 when 3 completely ignores the drum on the white tick.
All objects but 3 could be seen as "following the drums" (since they hit white ticks aswell), but 3 misleads into thinking the guitar is the main focus, so 4 is just confusing. A solution to this pattern could be something like this. That pattern makes more sense because all clicks are on white ticks up to 3, which introduces clicks on the offbeat with a passive rhythm, and 4 makes sense here because no white ticks were ignored. Consider making 6 a reverse, since ignoring the guitar sound @ 00:11:872 is not justifiable at that point -- Some notes are really out of rhythm so I deleted them
00:12:122 (1,2,3,4) - This pattern has a similiar issue. Here I think this rhythm would be the best solution, because it's consistent with the previous pattern. The clickable on 7 can be justified because in the previous pattern a reverse 6 had an object there. It's about properly introducing rhythms and patterns with passive rhythms first. I did a slider 00:14:122 (4) - shorter so now the pattern should have a clear guitar rhythm
00:16:122 (1,2) - 1, 2, and 2's sliderend all represent the same sound. Plus, 1's sliderend follows the bass line, while 2 ignores it. To solve both of these issues I suggest you shorten 2 and add a clickable object, like so I think my version is better