I've registered here purely to post this, though I do have a fair collection of synths old & new, analogue & digital, & a truckload of hardware sequencers.
when I read about the mondovox, the first thing that occurred to me was NOT how to hook up multiple monosynths to make a polysynth; the market is, after all, pretty saturated.
no, what I bought the mondovox for, & what it does very well, is to distribute a polyphonic chord across several channels, a note to each, so that I can build orchestral arrangements quickly using a keyboard.
for example, today I have the thing set up to send on five channels... channel one is a double-bass doubled with cello. channel two is cello on its own. channel three is viola. four & five are violin.
now, if I play a left-hand bass part & a chord with the right hand, I have an instant string-section. this is a huge improvement on just dialling in 'string section' & playing block chords without any regard to the individual voicings.
another trick is to set up the synth module (a proteus with the orchestral roms) with different ensemble patches on six-eight channels; strings, brass, woods, variations of each... then set the mondovox to use these patches randomly. for any given chord- one hand or two- the voicing will be different each time the chord is played.
it sounds magnificent, & inspires hours of playing/writing, when the same sounds are lifeless without this randomisation.
if this sells a single unit more for jered, my work is done.