I think I figured out something novel about software audio rate sequencing, since the input is driven by some kind of oscillator, there can be arbitrary signal processing stages prior to the signal reaching the [threshold~ ] which could make for very interesting timings. The 1ms tick rate limitation shouldn’t really matter since 1kHz seems like a decent upper bound for a sequencer.
I’ve already encountered the digital aliasing situation, though driving a sequencer is the first application where it has real world consequences. I think PD does what you describe with that special
wavetable sinesum 1 ... n message to an array.
And yeah, I’m totes down to build a Buchla246 analog sequencer. I’m sort of tempted to go down the Buchla modular route solely to be contrarian to the tower of Eurorack trend on Youtube.