Was going to say that the standard has seriously raised sine the first 'OSC'https://www.soundonsound.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=61004&hilit=CHALLENGE&start=120#p554455
But I'd forgotten how good OSC 1 was, but OSC2 still has the edge.
All the tracks show skills - some in unexpected areas
Time to make a fool of my self (again) and try to comment....
I'm really enjoying them.
Track 1 - should be an end of film outro - hero walking into the sunset - great feel!
Track 2 - has a humourous slant - but very solid construction
Track 3 - revelation - had no idea that you could make Reagae with a synth - suspecting 40% + chance this is Dave B
Track 4 - Switched on bach vs The fairground - Amazing soundscape - something analog ???
Track 5 - Nicely complementing soundscape - to short - virtual analog ??
Track 6 - Heavy on the drums, yet light on the pads but great - could do this easily with (talent) on many different synths! (my daughter loved this one!)
Track 7 - Beautifully paced, driving home at night in the eighties - Loved this one!
Track 8 - Track builds in a great way - Crystaline clear but warm! Great - intrigued to know what was used!
track 9 - Intricate and very inteligent arrangement - love the 'tuned singing filter' - suspect this is my favourite - On the basis that the ending sounds very similar when I switch off my kenton attatched to my CS this may be a real analog ?
Track 10 - A bit quiet compared to the others, I particularly like the intro and outro, maybe sounds a bit 'Rolandy' ??