I'm an "old-school patcher". I'm the king of MINIMALISM, the prophet of Single VCO Configurations / Patches. And for some good reasons. *- VCO modules aren't cheap, usually. *- Often they don't offer all the desired waveforms (most of the times the sine wave is missing). *- Sometimes, they do. But, most likely, not simultaneously. So you can't make a multi-wave sound. *- Or they do, and simultaneously, but the module is too deep for most of the racks or skiffs (i.e.: Deopfer A-110) can't fit the Moog 104 HP skiff, and also its cheaper clone from Behringer *- More often than not, your dream module has been D-I-S-C-O-N-T-I-N-U-E-D (i.e.: 2HP OSC) My aim is to encourage the use of "simple", analog (or "digitanalog" *) modules, which retain the taste of the original modules of the 60s and 70s classical vintage synths. I'm often focusing on minimal setups, to help beginners build a physical starter synth even with a limited amount of modules. Coming from the software programming world, I'm loyal to the KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid!) principle. But sometimes I'm (b)eaten by my inner demons. * Meaning discrete logic integrated circuits - not based on the nowadays' horrible tendency of using microcontrollers (often, Arduino or Teensy based).