I can almost hear the track in my head just based on that note pattern.
If you know the name Harmonix, it's probably as the creator of the Guitar Hero and Rock Band mega-franchises that took the gaming world by storm in the later 2000s (before falling out of fashion incredibly quickly). But before those titles, the game design company was well known to a certain segment of rhythm-game obsessives (including yours truly) through 2001's Frequency and its 2003 sequel Amplitude—which set the standard for beat-matching gameplay that didn't involve dancing around on a mat.
Harmonix is now playing directly to those early fans with today's announcement of a Kickstarter effort focused on a new game, also called Amplitude, for the PS3 and PS4.
If you weren't on the Amplitude train the first time around, the game is about creating music with a standard PlayStation controller. As three-note tracks scroll down from the top of the screen, you have to tap the appropriate buttons in time with the music to activate them. Hit all the notes in a track for two full measures and that instrument starts playing automatically, allowing you to shift over to another instrument and essentially create the song layer by layer. (This video should give you a good general idea.)