As of right now, the OT is only sending an LFO to the MDUW. I've only sent trigs from the MDUW back to itself to figure out how to get the randomization down. I'll try it with the AR tomorrow to get the conditional and the fills working. Since I don't use all 16 voices for a kit, I'll probably throw a few more midi machines onto the kit with static values for short pattern fills that I like so that o can trigger them on command. What's really cool about this is that I can have one voice fluctuating through a different bank for fills and have various other trigs of the kit to commence patterns on command whenever I like. And the bounceback to the initial pattern probably means that this trick will probably not interrupt any sort of arranger method(regardless which box it's coming from) so, the verse elements of the song can be wild as all get out, but the chorus elements can still be really simple sounding.
For songs with a tighter structure, I'll probably just play the patterns off the sequencer like a piano.
I wonder how the resampling will work with the different patterns happening...
It's a shame the lfo for the midi doesn't work on the MDUW, otherwise if you wanted to switch banks you wanted to pull fills from you could easily do it by switching kits. Though, I suppose I could just replicate my midi track and mute/unmute patterns(while chaining the midi tracks)
Ah, the fact that there's this much underneath the surface is what makes me really love Elektron.
Finally I'm going to be able to lengthy intricate sounding percussion