At the moment it's nothing more than some nice looking renders and a half-finished website, but it's hard not to be intrigued by the Sonoric Synth. The Dutch website is full of gaps and slightly dodgy translation: "As a result of so many new technologies we are now able to create analogue synthesizers, which can be digitally programmed as well as re-programmed. Our synthesizer can be used as an analogue FM, additive, subtractive and wave table synthesizer, with the power of real analogue sound processing."
BUT, it's not inconcievable that they've built a synth using Anadigm's new programmable analog chip technology (which James at Retro Thing can explain far better than me). In which case, it would allow you to create a real analog Moog filter, then press a button and re-arrange the transistors into a real analog 303 filter. Maybe. Sort of. Of course, it's equally possible that they're talking about virtual analog, or 'from their arse'.
The synth was invented by Cris Badea, who currently works in support for a big music gear manufacturer. Anyway, I was very sceptical about the Lemur (very old link), which is now in the shops. So, if this thing ends up like a kind of Nord Modular with reprogrammable analog components, then that will be lovely, won't it?