Another approach is to use Lectric Panda's Korde sequencer/arpeggiator. This lets you set up as many as eight different rhythmic patterns and then play them from your keyboard or a MIDI note track.
A disadvantage of using DrumSequencer as mentioned above (which is otherwise a great idea) is that the notes are pre-determined in the patch, and not easily changed on the fly. But this Korde setup lets you input notes in realtime, like an arpeggiator. You can easily edit Korde to give you the cross rhythmic pulse patterns that you want, and you can go quite crazy with interesting long-form polyrhythms, including octave shifts per note, as you'll see near the end of the video (with CVPTap, you can even output specific notes to other synths - that 'bass note' that I'm adding could be output to a separate bass synth instead of to the Subtractor.)
I love playing with Korde, it's very inspiring. It's not a Player, though, so CVPTap to the rescue.