As the title suggests, are there any hardware synthesizers that you are aware of that allow you to adjust panning per oscillator?
You can do this on a John Bowen Solaris... with each of four voices, each with their own filter and envelope too, and still have an VCA envelope and one more envelope to spare!
I'd go for a modular setup. Especially if you enjoy external sound processing. Theres some really great stuff for that in euro rack. Check out make noise morphagene, mutable instruments clouds, ect. I reach for modular when I want more tonal depth, uniqueness, expression. It's a great compliment to the prophet 6.
Thanks guys! The more I think about it, the more I think I will finally try out the modular route. Seems like there are eurorack mixer modules, too, so I could get that panning per oscillator element in there, too.On the modular side, I have a small Mutable Instruments rig. Their modules are very creative and do things that aren't in integrated synths. That was the point for me. I didn't want standard subtractive architecture. I consider that rig to be my "mad scientist lab". A place for experimentation and wild ideas. It is just two rack mounted 84 space boats, but can go really wild places!