tip for timestretchy thing
set lfo speed to 1 , and use the multiplyer as a way to change the speed of the playback as its easier to speed it up x1,x2,x4
depending on the speed you may need to retrig the lfo on different steps.
ive got some nice results doing timestretch cheats...
use different retrig amounts on different blocks of trigs (say step 17 to 31)
blank a few trigs or set conditions on them with the odd delay / reverb
use pitch changes on blocks of steps
set start points on specific steps to where hits occur in the sample and it'll get more jitter.
avoid using retrig on the lfo retrig step , as it'll sound a little different to everything else , you'll be able to tell where it is as it retrigs the lfo on each note retrig .(confused ?)
dont retrig the trig or noteless trig , try to conditionally not trig the triggerless trigs while not doing what you should do.