I guess the thing is that the SQ-1 is digital and implementing the same behaviour with analogue electronics is a little complicated. Therefore most analogue sequencers have either a Skip functionality which just skips the step or a Gate Off functionality to prevent outputting a gate signal. For the latter carefully dialing in the CV and/or envelope release time is important to prevent ghost notes. I don't know of an analogue sequencer that can hold a note over a 'skipped' step.sines wrote: I want sequence to skip a note without emitting a pulse or voltage for that step, but continue in time. Which is how the Korg SQ-1 functions to some degree.
You probably could implement a circuit that switches the gate output off when a step is active, but holding the CV then would need some kind of sample and hold circuit. Otherwise you would need a circuit that counts through a row of step but on the Off-step pretend that it is still on the step before - except this was switched to Off too. That's not as simple as it seems for a human to conceptualize.
What you could do is either sequencing your clock source (140) with a second row of the sequencer to get individual length for each step. Or you could take the individual gate outs, combine them and just leave the ones out you want to be set to Off - though I don't know if you would need an OR-combiner or if it is allowed to just add them via patch cables on the Bucha 100 as you would do with e.g. Make Noise or Verbos modules.
Then here is an idea about modifying your SQ-1 for banana use: http://www.auxren.com/2017/12/how-to-bananafy-korg-sq-1.html