It all started when I've decided to create a synthesizer based on a Buchla Programable Complex Waveform Generator 259.
It wasn't supposed to be a clone or a software emulation, just based around the concept of it's architecture and something different than all the subtractive synthesizers I've done so far.
Long story short after few trials and errors I've decided to go with a simpler architecture, leaving some functions behind. So it's two sine oscillators (with waveshapers), secondary osc is modulating the phase and/or amplitude of the primary osc, two ADSR envelope generators - one for each of the oscillators vcas. Secondary osc can be detuned and hard sync'ed to primary. 4-voice polyphony.
(Raw audio from the Axoloti audio out, there are no effects in the patch, just two long envelopes.)
All parameters can be controlled with knobs on Axocontrol, similarly like I did it with my previous synthesizer