I seem to have the best luck with Pamela’s New Workout when I just clock from Track 8 and send the clock from Hermod to PAM and don’t even bother with the reset.
I agree the reset (setting PAM to receive a Reset, and sending a trigger from Hermod) is wonky. Stutters and starts and it’s right.
Sending the clock, and using the transport on Hermod to stop and start produced much better results. That doesn’t exactly make sense, PAM should respond flawlessly to the reset gate, but it doesn’t.
In general it’s been my experience that PAM doesn’t like to be controlled. She likes to rotate, and is happy to receive clock, but that’s about the extend of the module’s willingness to be manipulated in terms of precision timing. For mad freakouts it certainly seems better, but that’s more because it’s a mad freakout and subtle stumbles and timing errors aren’t going to be as crucial. I’m typically using PAM for modulation, triggers, and patterns (not usually as additional clock outs) so it is definitely an auxiliary module for me, and I need to to be locked in step.
Strangely enough, just using the clock out of Track 8 from Hermod has left me the happiest.