I use my Octatrack's MIDI sequencer + Expert Sleepers FH1 + FHX1 for this exact purpose and strongly recommend it. CV p-lock valhalla. You have 16 (or more, if you chain more FHX1s) that you can assign to pitch, gate, trigger, p-lock CV and LFO roles as you want. I use it for 4 pitch + gate pairs that each have 2 p-locked CV and LFO lanes, with the FH's internal slew pressable into service when you want to eliminate 128-value stepping. I use the iConnect mio to convert the din midi to USB midi and the timing is very tight.
Now what I really want is the OT's MIDI sequencer updated to the analog boxes' innovations and with more attention paid to polyphony, chords, scales, longer tracks, and other such places where other MIDI sequencers have an advantage over the Octatrack. A breakout box for more CV + gate outputs would be fine with me, as on the Cirklon. I would honestly be bummed if their next sequencer emitted only CV, but I'm sure they know that their base heavily uses MIDI. People who work exclusively with CV are an anomaly.