What aspects of sound synthesis do you find most important in order to create such an organic sounding flow?
I don't think in terms of 'synthesis'.
The term implies a distinction between 'real' and 'synthetic' sound which I don't recognise. All sounds are 'real' and in my mind a flute is no more or less real than a VCO.
All sound sources are oscillators, it's just that some generate more complex waveforms than others.
I think an organic flow is achieved by allowing the art to drive the artist, not the other way round.
From a previous answer you said you love Thai food, but have recently decided to stop eating animal derivatives. Do you have trouble getting Thai food that is not cooked with fish sauce? I do :-(Ott responded on 01/24/2012 Next question
Ott, a German would never toast a Pumpernickel. It needs to have its moisture to be a *real* Pumpernickel. This is refferring to http://ottsonic.fanbridge.com/fan_questions/q/691324Ott responded on 01/24/2012