Firstly, we are able to use the MaYbe to trigger notes with a certain probability.
Secondly, we are able to stuff a lot of notes into a phrase and trigger the phrase with a single note
Combining these two, we can trigger phrases with a certain probability too.
This can create some pretty cool randomly mutating melodies and stuff, and retain a certain degree of structure (playing random predefined riffs and/or chords, not being limited by the single-note scope of the MaYbe command).
Yup - personally, I have adopted an approach which assigns them to the lowest notes on the keyboard, to avoid blocking otherwise useful notes (as I rarely or never compose with anything between C-0 and C-2). But of course, they could be placed anywhere on the keyboard…
So I can randomize the linear with ratio or weight, go from say classical to MaYbe chip, then MaYbe combined, then Maybe found sound, then Maybe electronic, then Maybe a remix of someone’s work, and so on and so forth.