Thanks for the reply and the info. I 've been doing pretty close to what you describe, At least i think so.
I have Logic and live transports in sync, using a remote sl keyboard also. I've got all sounds in Live and Logic to be audible and when I hit record...in either Live or Logic...of course different results occur. some tracks record, some don't... Ultimately, I'm trying to use Ultrabeat in logic in a way that allows me to be flexible with it before committing it to a recorded track which must then be used in the arrange or sessioin window of Live, or vice versa... Maybe that will be the only way...but I have the "pattern mode" of Ultrabeats sequencer and "mute" function set up to be controlled on the fly with the keyboard. each sound has a seperate aux channel. I jam along with Live clips, or logic instruments, switching up the changes ( sequences) of Ultrabeat where and when i want to...in order to get a general form to my song...but unfortunately it seems that neither program allows for an easy way to just record it...as it seems that without a "work around" pluggin even for Logic, it requires bouncing in order to record...or maybe to set up the track in the matrix editor. the overall intention I'm trying to understand better is, how to be able to improvise the drum tracks - to figure out in performance mode..the best way to have drum changes sync to changes in other sounds being added or removed either by Live or Logic. I hope this is clear enough. thanks.