This modernised version of Novation's SuperNova may be digital, but it's well-built, has an excellent aftertouch-capable keyboard and sports a deep and powerful synth engine.
Each of the three oscillators can access 70 waveforms, and there are modulation options aplenty. You can produce a wide range of sounds and, on a practical level, it's worth noting that the UltraNova also works as an audio interface and integrates superbly with your DAW.
Value for money:
Given its all-rounder status, the UltraNova is a very sensible buy, particularly if you don't own much other gear or plan on investing in much more in the future.
The UltraNova isn't multitimbral, and some of its patches are so heavily processed that you'd struggle to fit them into a mix.
The synth fan who's more concerned with practically than genuine analogue sound.4 Stars
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