Hi - thanks for your interest. The sound you are refering to comes from the Telemark. If you pause the video at exactly 2:51 you have a snap of the Telemark and the sound programming including patch. If you you tweak and patch your Telemark accordingly you should get a close enough sound. Hope this helps.
thank you for explaining it so well. I spoke with Dieter Doepfer at Frankfurt Musik Messe in 2011 about this module where he showed the prototype. He said that if I owned the A-143-1, there would be no need for the A-142-4 - So I never looked at it any further ... until now :-)
what do you want to know? I like the very 'in-your-face' bass and low end sounds. Which is what you find in the presets and what is was made for. It can do other very good sounds but those are comparatively tricky to do cause of the menu i.e. FM, PWM, LFO sync, Noise, even the Mixers. So if you're into tweaking sounds, wish to have CV Inputs, need a sound creating tool - it's not for you. If you need lots of very high end analog bass sounds, not much tweaking - it's one of the best out there.
Love this ... 'cause I've been adding the sub on my TM v1.0 by means of an Audio Divider module and also use a module for Ring Modulation from my modular system achieving pretty much what you get here and the best part is: I get to keep the mults :-) However I agree, without having the benefit of a modular system the TM v2.0 additions are a huge sonic advantage.