Dedicating analog filter to digital synth
One of the more common selling points of older synths, even digital ones, is the presence of warm analog filters. I'm leery of buying 25 year old digital synths just for the existence of a warmer filter.
So that said, assuming the underlying synthesis tech isn't botched, if I left a modern synth's digital filters wide open and then ran a dedicated filter like a Filter Factory, MFC42, Peavey Spectrum, MF, etc. would that be enough to get me into "benefits of digital but with warmth of analog" land?
I'm specifically thinking of doing this with a Blofeld, Radias, MS2000, or something similar.