You can use chromatic mode to play notes or trigger the arp via midi. It's not super useful, but it works. I believe you can impulse machines to clock or trigger stuff, but I haven't tried it out yet. For my live rig, I send clock to a volca and then sync pulse out to a PO-12 and the audio from that out to the 0-coast tempo input. So when I run the PO sequencer it moves the clock in whatever patterns I programmed. I suppose this could be done with an impulse machine track. That said, there is no meaningful pitch control in this set up. I use the random voltage into the attenuverter and out to 1v/octave to get pitch changes, but they are random. I've sort of been using it as a somewhat atonal percussion machine in my live rig. In the studio, I seq via midi from Ableton. I did just pick up an SQ-1, so I'm gonna give that a go. Long story short, no real way to sequence pitch from the RYTM, but fun and interesting things are possible!