So, why wouldn't you treat it like a white pine or at least start there?
Repot spring (when buds begin to swell)
Pinch candles (break off tips) to balance across tree after they've begun elongating in spring.
After new shoots have hardened, cut back new growth to 3 to 5 rows of fascicles (primary inducer of back budding)
Thin foliage / pluck needles in fall / early winter; prune to 'chase back the foliage'.
Branches are largely autonomous, so you can attempt variations on this theme on individual branches to learn your pine's responses.