Here's a screenshot of what I'm talking about:
Those patterns on my sequencer track are just single midi notes that play a corresponding scene in Guru--all the real information is programmed into Guru's pattern editor.
So, say I'd want to copy that red #7 pattern, but pencil in a few extra hits only in that blank space to the left of it. What I'd do is drag the pattern to track, then adjust the notes individually. But--once I do that, not only will my newly created, unique pattern play, but that previous (red) pattern will play also, OVER it, which gives me the doubling effect.
"Ignore host transport and tempo" stops the doubling, but it also stops Logic from playing all the other "scene" patterns you see in this image.
So it seems Guru doesn't know how to temporarily stop playing a series of scenes that are programmed into Guru, play a pattern that is pencilled in directly into Logic, then go back to playing the scenes that only reside in Guru again. Is this correct?