In essence, it operates exactly how you want it to or it can operate completely differently.
There are 4 sequencer tracks.
Each track outputs trigger and/or gates.
Each track also outputs CV.
The triggers/gates can coincide with a specific CV sequence or they can be separated.
For instance, you can have a 5 step sequence spread out over a 4/4 bar of 16th notes. Where 5 steps of your choosing are activated. These steps will fire triggers or gates. They can fire the same 5 note CVs also or you can set a different sequence of notes that the 5 steps will cycle through. This can lead to very unexpected results.
But in short, yes, its a sequencer. You edit the steps/triggers on one page, the specific notes an another page, and the trigger/gate function on another page. You can break all of these out for really random and beautiful results or you can lock them in step to play specific melodies with the same precision/expectations of a normal 16 step sequencer.
Yes. It functions a lot differently than White Whale but you won’t be missing anything with Kria.