Yes, that is correct.Is it correct that there is no gate mode "adjustable voltage out per step" like in a cv sequencer?
I could do CV out, adjustable per step. But there are three challenges:
1. I only have a little bit of memory left, but it might fit for 4 tracks.
2 As you write, the input workflow wouldn't be easy, but I could work on that, I'm pretty sure there's a solution.
3. The A-157-2 module works with a LC5628 digital-to-analog converter, which has a resolution of only 8 bits. So I can output a maximum of 256 different values from 0 - 5 Volt (or 0-10 Volt), that would result in 0.0195V steps, and 1V/Octave doesn't work with that - aside from the fact that the output is not calibrated.
What do you think? Would a CV like that help you? Should I keep working on it? Or is that - because an output of a "frequency" is not possible - not useful enough?