Those functionality are in Groove Agent where you can record, edit pattern and very easily send midi out (in real time) those patterns to desired instruments, or just drag&drop to the Cubase arrangement the midi pattern created in Groove Agent.
Then convert them in audio in your preferred way or use Groove Agent as the sampler to trigger and mix your rendered audio pattern, they is few different way by midi or by audio…
In midi, you can record/edit your midi patterns normally in Cubase and then Drag&Drop them directly to the patterns of Groove Agent, and midi trigger them. Be able to Drag&Drop midi event (without bouncing) directly to Groove Agent is a nice feature !!
The same for the audio event in Cubase arrangement, you don’t need to bounce your audio pattern, you can Drag&Drop them directly to Groove Agent, so it’s a fast way of sequencing your audio pattern as you need.
You can trigger many different patterns with the keyboard, it works as a normal step-sequencer but with more functionality, Groove Agent is not only a “Drum-Box” as i was thinking about 2 years ago, it can be use for sequencing midi cc and polyphonic melodies to.
The bad news is that you need to buy Groove Agent, cause i’m not sure if all the functionality are in Groove Agent SE.
About a year ago, someone ask to pay more for more functionality, probably actually we can think that Groove Agent bring some extra midi pattern functionality and other tools to Cubendo… Maybe later they will come to Cubendo, who knows…