No, but I think I have it sussed now.
It was just a matter of finding the right values for speed and depth in LFO set up.
I’m making notes of the values now as I work it out![/quote]
Glad to see you worked it out - thought I’d add the way I’d do it, if it gives you some pointers:
So you have a 4 slice loop.
LFO set to hold (so the LFO runs free but for the duration of a sample trig the value stays at the same value - meaning that the slice the LFO ‘selects’ won’t change until the next trig)
LFO depth set to random for random selection of slices, depth set to 4 (4 slices)
Here’s a handy cheat sheet for LFO speeds - from this you can determine what speed you want to set the LFO to for it to sync with your sequence length. Doesn’t really matter with a random LFO, but for ‘cyclic’ LFO’s it’s handy.
Made for the Monomachine, but I think it works for the OT, too. http://www.elektron-users.com/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=601&Itemid=30