# How to spend a taproot output using key path with a threshold signature scheme when the secret key is never computed?

In taproot, in order to spend the keypath, the transaction must be signed using the tweaked private key instead of the normal private key (as defined in BIP 341). However when computing a signature using a threshold signature scheme, the secret is not known by anyone, instead everyone computes their "share" of the signature using their share of the secret key.
In this case how to compute the final signature on the taproot output? If the signature computed by the threshold signature scheme is $(\sigma,V)$, is it enough to simply add H(m||V)int(H(bytes(pk))) to the signature? (Assuming we don't need any script tree.)