I think that although for example having a seqencer with 2 gate outputs is maybe more efficient for SSP, it is not efficient to work with when connected to a sampler module. So it’s kind of like improving machine’s efficiency and compromising on the user workflow, which to me doesn’t really make sense. If say I wanted to trigger 8 samples, I would need 4 sequencers. This means that we have to occupy 4 slots in the grid, go in and edit each sequencer, this becomes tedious and once you made a pattern on 4 sequencers it’s just too much to edit. Imagine if you have 4 midi sequencers that can sequence 2 notes each and you want to sequence 8 voice poly patch on a synth, this is basically what we have here. Also perhaps in the future the sequencers will be able to save patterns, so if you have to use multiple sequencers to fully use 1 Sampler module, you would need to save 4 patterns in 4 sequencers, which at that point means that you are not very likely to be able to recall it in the future.
Maybe the sampler shoudl have 4 sample slots? Would it be easy to add 4 gates into the sequencer in this case instead of 8?