Partial cover of Wandering Star by Portishead. Musically, this isn't maximizing any features of the Subharmonicon other than its wonderful Moog-i-ness. Polyrhythms nary a one and Subharmonics are limited to octaves and fifths. The purpose of this patch—in addition to having a bit of fun—is to demonstrate using an external device to trigger the envelopes apart from the sequence steps.
It's a versatile tool, and doesn't even need CV per se. In this case we're using the FM Drum separate line output on the Drumbrute Impact to trigger on every quarter note, when the sequencer only moves every bar. That's right, an audio line out. Since it's lower voltage than CV, you need to make sure when using this method that the signal is at a loud enough volume and fast enough attack velocity for the Subharmonicon to perceive it as increasing voltage and trigger the...er...trigger.
Obviously, you don't have to use the Drumbrute Impact specifically, or these exact settings, but hopefully it gives you an idea of how you can control triggers on your Subharmonicon from external gear.