I normally just set up some loop players and fx chains routed to various mixers/submixers/x-faders.
This gets me out of the timeline/multitrack psychology of DAWs which is what I really like about it, it's more open-ended than that.
The metasurface is where it's all really at for me, such a powerful feature, especially now with the automation.
To be able to control so many fx/mixer/send parameters (of different sounds or 'tracks') at once with the mouse is so cool.
That way you're processing different sounds/tracks at the same time rather than just recording one track, then the next, then the next etc., so you can sonically relate different tracks to each other in a vertical way, as opposed to the lateral/linear ways of a multitrack.
And with the excellent routing abilities you can record from any point in the patch.
I'll normally use the multi file-recorder contraptions then to record say, 4 or 6 stereo files at once of some live mulching 'performances' and edit/mix these tracks in the DAW. As they are recorded at the same time, they'll all be in sync in the DAW.
I suppose I could mix it all in Mulch too, but I prefer the workflow of the DAW for that.