Oh! Another trick you can do with the Machinedrum! It's a little complicated.
Get your machinedrum to play random patterns.
Loop the midi cable from out to in
Midi map the patterns to different notes
In your kit have one voice set as a midi machine
Using a midi merger, send an LFO from the OT to modulate the MIDI voice(you can try it internally, but the LFOs can't modulate a midi track directly, you have to use a control track, and even then it's not consistent and will jump in MIDI values)
Now, when ever you trigger that voice it will play a random pattern and return to the first pattern immediately without pause(this COULD lead you breaking the flow of time--which could be cool)
TO PERFORM THE PATTERNS RANDOMLY:
Do all of the above steps
Plug a cable from AKs CV out to a MD input
Set the MD input track for trigger in
Set the trigger to the midi track
Use the conditional tracks of the AK on the Cv track.
IMPORTANT NOTE: make sure the Machinedrum is either sending or receiving clock NOTE BOTH
You can also set the random midi tracks to voices, but you'll only be able to have two random voices at once- but it could add a bit of variation in your patterns