Maybe! Urs Heckman mentioned in a comments over at KVR that there’s no demand for monosynths, however, which is a pity because Repro-1 using one osc and that waveshaper can create some serious bass, with the bias mod acting as a pseudo - unison.
All my suggestions arise from comparisons I’m making due to the 30 - day return policy (I won’t be returning, I’m keeping). I suppose that since you’ll be releasing x-sub for free (!!! that’s VERY generous…why…??) one can link it to any synth. That being said, Sublab is more than just the x-sub. Laura demonstrates very well is how fast you can work. Frankly, more than anything else, that’s what sold me on Sublab.
Anyway, as far as my feature requests, I’m not a developer, so I don’t know the difficulty in making them. Re: morphable waveshapes: I’m imaging a little knob next to what’s already there, which could be modulated by one env (which you could make loopable such that you don’t need to add an additional lfo). The Repro-1 wavfolder is only 4 parameters (one extra than what you already have), and any distortion comes to life with a env. Unison is unison, and seems like ubiquitous feature.
Anyhow, I’m happy with Sublab now, just food for thought.