Yeah no problem but I don’t have it in front of me at mo so this is from memory…!
It’s a two-stage thing - the first is to choose some settings & the second is to apply them. The second bit’s the bit I struggled with.
First: choose your track & put a bpm fx unit on it - doesn’t matter about midi channel, events, length or any of that (but I’m finding it helps to keep a track reserved for all this control stuff.) This bpm fx unit is your “settings” - you can set a bpm value here.
Second: to “apply” this bpm, go to step mode in the same track & hold step & rotate the encoder until you see the BPM fx unit become the thing you’re addressing (as opposed to notes, chords, Euclidean or anything else). Now put an event in - ie light up the first pad/step in the sequence (just like putting a note in). Now you’ve got a bpm event…
… while in step mode hit DISPLAY to show the events - you may well have an ON/OFF event instead of a BPM event or “no automation” showing but I think from here you can turn the encoder again and actually drop a line into the display that corresponds to the bpm time set in the fx unit.
Repeat for next sequence…
(… holler when it doesn’t work! I’ll be in front of it again for another 12 hours tomorrow…!)