The Motor synth is absolutely awesome, and sounds fantastic!

Basically a tonewheel subtractive synth. In many ways that makes more sense as it's far less mechanically complex than an additive synth. Kind of surprised there weren't examples of this from the late 60s when exploring synthesis techniques.

Puck Funk! smile

Equipment: Laptop running lots of nerdy software, some keyboards, noise makers…yada yada yada…maybe a cat?