Accent Modifiers target the velocity and groove of notes, basically the things that make music not sound robotic. You can think of them as avenues to humanize your beat.
This is how they work: As you make beats, you’ll notice color patterns developing beneath the notes. Each module in the Accent Modifiers controls velocity and groove based on these colors. What’s more, the colors exist on two levels so you can target in a broad sense or very detailed.
So, if you want to raise the velocity of every note above a dark red or blue pill, move the corresponding faders.
You’ll find, when you’re dealing with a pretty long loop, this is a very quick and intuitive way to sculpt an original feel.