I know at the 1/16th it's a lot of patterns, even so so at 1/8ths(256).
What I have found, without a mixing board to play it by ear, it really begs to be used with [text sequence] where fine grain selections can be sent in (via drafting them by formula in a spreadsheet app). (Did notice one nice thing with the mixer, is the patterns are contiguous as you sweep across them, ie only single beat changes to the pattern at each click. Which sounds cool.)
The test case above, was to see if I could make it sound good...and have fun doing it.
Thanks, for the comment. Would love to see what you find out.