When you use the modulation, delay and reverb at the same time it overloads the system, to the point it will cut out completely, so you have to dial something back to keep it going. What happened at the end is where I was playing with the delay and switched back to the filter cutoff, so it will move quickly to the dial setting from where it was last moved to on the delay.
The NTS can go dark, but it’s being tipped over the edge be the SE70’s Rhodes multi algorithm, which makes anything sound big and lush.
The cool thing about the NTS is that you can just turn off the envelope generator, and it becomes an instant drone. The SE70 is well worth having if you can get hold of one. There are some really cool presets on it, but it’s worth it just for the Rhodes multi.
Anyways. Thanks for the comments. I’ll be listening to everyone’s and commenting. Starting at the top and working my way down.