I want to make a travel micro synth for use in the train.
Keyboards like the Korg nano are quite noisy and this can be annoying for other people in the train.
Playing on the QuNexus is perfectly noiseless.
The velocity, pitch bend and "tilt" functions are pure crap.
But, the polyphonic pressure is a bliss when you know how to handle it.
For you and me, like most of the primary Axoloti users, have solid backgrounds in synthesis and we naturally tend to see the limitations.
For a beginner, starting with simple/limited synths or patch allows to comprehend what's going on.
For me, a very good and low cost system for such an initiation is Caustic3. (by another one man army )
It costs 7€ and runs on phones/tablets.
You get access to a bunch of cute little synths (substractive, additive, phase modulation, sampling, vocoder... and even, a little modular synth).
I definitely agree, but the stereotype that describes modular synthesis as purely experimental or even bloody experimental is strong and repels many people.
Having a bank of classic sounds shows that the Axoloti has the capability to produce familiar musical sounds.
These patches can be used as starting points for more experimental/custom patches.