If I am playing on the Chaos Designer page, I am aware that a MIDI file cannot capture the pitch and reverse variations, so if i want to capture a specific lucky combination of those, I should be recording to a separate audio track as i go, correct?
if i only use the sliders to do with timing, that is to say "Pattern" "Repeat" "Timing", am i right in thinking that if I create a MIDI file using capture, this will have preserved all the variations that i have just heard for up to 16 loops, as that so? But, would I not have to then play this sequence on the patch with chaos turned off, because if i played it on the patch with chaos still turned on, i would be getting "double chaos" i.e. the chaos recorded o the capture plus new chaos still being created by the patch.Is that it?
I should be recording to a separate audio track as i go, correct?
Maybe slightly off topic, but yesterday I was working with the Time Designer in a a same way.
I choose a groove template which I set to global mode. Then, just straight out of the RMX (groove elements with no midi files involved) I recorded kick, snare and hats to three separate audio tracks while moving the the slider between loose< --->tight in order to introduce rhythmic offsets. In short time I was able to create some cool stuff.