1) Sonicaly, this is long lost son of Korg 700/700s/770 and MS-10. Unfortunately, people already made a connection to SH-101 because of layout. This will not sound like SH-101. It will certainly not sound like Minimoog
2) It doesn't have patch storage. It doesn't transmit sysex. It doesn't do anything like that. It's 1975 approach.
But nevertheless, in next year or so, a bunch of people will complain that Minibrute
1) is not "phat" as Mini or Pro-One
2) doesn't have patch storage
That's most unfortunate, but that's the way it will be.
Perspective (not that it will matter much, but I have to do it):
Discrete analog ADSR envelope is simple. Voltage controled ADSR (that you need for patch storage) is not. Patch storage = price goes up, up, up. Ok, but you can do software envelopes and lfos. It's actually simple. Now, if I have 2 software envelopes, why not add 2 more? And few sequencers as well. And lets face it, throwing digital osc or two on top is no big deal now. But now you have mucho parameters. Hmmm, put something like matrix interface to keep cost reasonable. Ok, sounds familiar? Yeah, it's called desktop Evolver
BTW, 6 input mixer in front of VCF? That's 6 VCAs and 6 DAC channels if you want patch storage. No sane engineer will do that. I wouldn't do it. That's allmost as much hardware thrown as rest of the synth takes.
This is full blown analog synth. It was designed by Yves Usson, guy who does "proper" analog modular stuff. If QC in manufacturing phase is semidecent it will work as advertised out of the box. Very little software inside + experineced analog designer = just make them and sell them. Ask Tetr4 owners when is next OS revision for their box.
It will not please moogoids. And, once more, it will not store any patches.