Tidal can send control voltage to modular synthesizers when using audio cards with DC output. A collection of CV helpers for Tidal is published in the SuperDirt Voltage library.
pitch allows a pattern of note values.
scale sets the amount of notes per octave. The pitch and scale values will be converted to
scale can be sequenced for some microtonal madness...
glide accepts a strengh (in semitones, relative to scale), a rate (in step length).
gate will take a 0/1 pattern and return +5v signals for the
1 values. Use
-1 if you need a -5v.
volt will allow you to sequence voltages however you like.
trig will create a trigger sequence,
ar will generate a new envelope for each trigger. Both of these can be sequenced.
In the second example, the attack time would grow for each triggered envelope over course of the cycle.
clock will output a clock cv, which matches the bpm of your tidal project. You can
fast this as well.