A “normal” euclidean generator, well, just generates gates/triggers. But in Hermod, the euclidean fx requires some gates to already be present on the track in order to get anything out post fx. But I have not yet figured out exactly what the relationship is, between gates on the track and what comes through the euclid. I have found that a “normal” euclidean behavior happens, when there is e.g. a pattern full of 16th or 8th notes.
But I would love to hear the actual definition of this relationship.
(And just to be clear, I am not speaking of the principle of euclidean patterns. I am well aware of how they work.)