I would say to enjoy the evening.
I apologize for misunderstanding what you were asking for.
Follow pg 52 to set up the MOX for recording to the computer. Then the 'Setting setting up the DAW' and Playback will be explained below.
Set up an audio track and click the 'I' button for monitoring. The input should be Input 1-2.
Let's do 2 tracks of external midi for now.
Make two external midi tracks and set the first external track to Port 1 Channel 1. To do this look at the Inspector column at the left of the screen. The top part is MIDI Thru, below that should be GM Device1. Click the disclosure triangle and let's set that to Port 1 - Channel 1.
Now select the 2nd External Midi track. The second ext track will be set to Port 1, channel 2.
Now back to the MOX ...
Click on the Pattern
button, then the Mixing
Part 1 should be the default selection. So in LOGIC, select the 1st external midi channel track to arm it, then on the MOX choose your sound by hitting the bank switches (aha) and turning the Data wheel to the sound you like. Press record and record a few bars.
Now select track 2 in Logic, then back to the MOX, (still in the mixing screen) select PART SELECT 2. Once again select the bank and spin the wheel to find the next sound. Record it in Logic.
Now, Logic will send the midi info to the MOX and the MOX will play back up to 16 parts per pattern.
If this doesn't make sense, keep asking questions and we will get it right. You'll be doing this in your sleep in no time.