That Mordor NF1 looks really good.
I just checked out some details. It has a mighty fine set of osc types !!
How are you getting on with it ?
And the dark Virus is a beauty
I am really enjoying the Modor NF-1 Anthony.....love the Lord of the Rings spelling as it is often referred to, that and the Starwars Storm Trooper synth
ITs unusual layout is a nice change and actually enhances the programming or so it seems. Yes the Oscillators are really well chosen with my favorite being Sonar and there are no wavetables.
I was not a fan of anything Formant until I used this synth. The nasal vowel quality has never appealed to me, actual still does not but on the Modor you can mix it as well as change the vowels and modulate all of those parameters. Dialing it in really gives the sound a special quality.
I think its quite unique not because its digital but because its an expression of what a digital synth can be and does not pretend be anything virtual analog. Perhaps now that analog synths are in production by a number of manufactures digital hardware synths may begin to show the same sort of development that has occurred in the software world.
The OS is a little wonky but Im getting used to it.....only negative I have with it is the power and volume are the same encoder. I have lost quite a few patches by turning down the volume only to turn too much and shut the whole synth down
.....again something I need to get used too. Encoders are a little wobbly but all of this is overshadowed by the sonic depths this synth is capable of.