I have only had my Pyramid for a couple of days, and I find it wonderfully intuitive already. It really is as immediate to use as my ancient MMT-8 (which still happens to be sitting, buttons defunct, in a crate somewhere in my music studio).
However, I am a bit confused about how to use the Euclidian Step Mode for programming e.g. complex drum rhythms. Is it really necessary to set aside a whole track for every single drum sound to use an Euclidian rhythm? Yes, I know I have 64 of them but each track still has to be set up to provide drum output, i.e. each track set to the same channel as the drum machine and, it seems, each track thus rendering a single drum sound in Euclidian Step Mode. This seems a bit cumbersome to me. It might be because the unit is completely new to me, and I do not yet understand how it works in every detail. In case I have understood it correctly, is there a way of circumventing this limitation and have one single rhythm track with several Euclidian rhythms? Can you e.g. copy an Euclidian Step pattern into another, non-Euclidian track?
Any suggestions are welcome.
A happy, but confused, newbie.