Okay, is there a scheme? An implementation chart?
The reason I ask, is I would LOVE to be able to export my sliced files and sequence them in Logic's arranger and MIDI editor with the ability to still use functions like repeat, reverse, send and free envelope levels.
I've tried investigating by looking at the Events list in Logic to some very limited success. In an experiment I just triggered two snare hits, one reversed and one straight. The reversed event is preceded by CC 21 and 20 with a value of 127 and 0. I was able to freely flip flop which note was reversed by going into the Event list and changing this data preceding notes.
However when trying the same experiment in a fully loaded sequence, the data seems to change...
Can anybody clue me in to what is happening when you export a pattern to MIDI, and what information is exported in that MIDI file to represent events like reverse note triggers, repeats and other graph information? It's just a MIDI file, there's only so much Data included in the protocol, right now it looks dynamic and random to me what CC triggers the pad's playback behavior.
Ultimately I'd like to just set up a Hyper editor to control these events freely from Logics sequencer. It would greatly enhance my workflow to not have to constantly open up Geist when it comes to arranging with other instruments hosted in the DAW.